Saturday, November 21, 2009

Charlotte tells me that the Haverford raison d'etre article won't load on her computer, so I'm posting it here. It think it works as a teaching mantra as well as an explication of at least one sort of academic underachievement.

P.S. I know that "etre" should have a circumflex, but I have no idea how to make that happen. HTML ignorance is like enforced bad spelling, and I'm embarrassed.


Scott said...

Hi Dawn, here's a source for unusual HTML characters:

& #234; = ê

Dawn Potter said...

Thank you, Scott. I'm sure that you, of all people, understand spelling anxiety.