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Anthony Musiala
Posted by: Anthony Musiala
Thursday, October 28, 2021 - 04:30PM

Last Saturday, the staff of WCSF held our annual fundraiser: the popular Mega Music Rummage Sale. This was the station's first sale since the COVID-19 lockdowns since we could not host the event in 2020.  The shoppers were so eager to purchase our donated media and music-related items that the station realized a record amount of money from our fundraiser. Arrivederci Larry!

Dr. Scott Marshall
Posted by: Scott Marshall
Friday, October 1, 2021 - 02:53PM

Well, for all of the pandemic dashboards you can find, no one started a national Covid-19 countdown clock.  It is not like the Iran hostage crisis (Google it if you need to …) when the number was pounded home to everyone on the news each night.  Vague figures like “a year and a half” float in and out of conversation these days.

Brien McHugh
Posted by: Brien McHugh
Friday, September 17, 2021 - 02:32PM

I really do enjoy homecoming reunions here at St. Francis. Kids we taught now with kids of their own yada, yada, yada. While I really enjoy their personal stories, I also get a big kick out of their career journeys precisely because it is an affirmation of what we have been telling them since the day they set foot on campus.

Brien McHugh
Posted by: Brien McHugh
Wednesday, August 18, 2021 - 11:59AM

Got my classroom decorations up, my crayons in alphabetical order and my supply of masks and hand sanitizer. Welcome Back!

my CMMA classroom.

Brien McHugh
Posted by: Brien McHugh
Tuesday, July 13, 2021 - 02:55PM

Over the past few years I’ve written about supposed tech innovations that range from the solution-in-search-of-a-problem kind to the head-scratchingly useless. But here’s one that makes me go full-on scooby-doo head-tilt: A phone app that delays your ability to view photos that you just took. Apparently, people are longing for the good old days when you dropped your film off at the drug store and picked up the pictures a few days later only to see that your thumb has obscured everything.

Brien McHugh
Posted by: Brien McHugh
Tuesday, May 18, 2021 - 01:08PM

I have been watching several seasons of “House of Cards” on Netflix. The show details the Machiavellian machinations (wow, what an alliteration if I do say so myself) of a fictional US Senator from South Carolina and his wife as they navigate the political quagmire of Washington DC by being the two biggest ‘gators in the swamp. My wife and I started watching it a few years ago but then stopped when Kevin Spacey was accused of some horrendous personal behavior and Netflix paused the series while it cut ties with Spacey.

 
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