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At 1:49pm on May 26, 2010, Paul Holze said…
How is Harvard?! Are you there yet?
At 3:28pm on May 14, 2010, Paul Holze said…
Hi Reema, just thnkin about ya and hope you have been well and finals finished up nicely
At 8:46pm on May 5, 2010, Muhammad Husain Essa said…
Hey thanks for the add.
At 11:31pm on May 4, 2010, Paul Holze said…
ah, I see where your priorities lie... ;-) No pressure. Good luck with finals and thanks for the write-up on the artists. I look forward to hearing more from you when time permits
At 8:48pm on April 27, 2010, Paul Holze said…
And no, I had changed my mind about being a veterinarian during my freshmen year of college. Apparently my deductive reasoning for wanting to be a vet (Paul likes seeing animals treated nicely. Veterinarians treat animals nicely. Therefore, Paul should be a veterinarian.) was not valid :)
At 8:41pm on April 27, 2010, Paul Holze said…
Well, when you pack for Harvard, be sure to take what you need, a la Steve Martin in The Jerk, which I just did a parody of for the mission this week :) http://www.urgentevoke.com/video/act8-the-elder
At 4:00am on April 27, 2010, Paul Holze said…
Wonderful! I look forward to it.

And was I accepted to Harvard? No, I wanted to be a veterinarian when I first entered college so I just applied to the programs at the University of Illinois, Wisconsin, and Purdue (I must have been a Big Ten type of person; though I am incredibly excited (and jealous :) of your opportunity this summer at Harvard! If by the odd chance your program has anything in the description about getting to bring along an extra person for free, you know who to ask :)
At 9:12pm on April 26, 2010, Paul Holze said…
Funny thing about parents...mine are quite the opposite of yours. I mean, mine told me I could go anywhere BUT an Ivy League school. That's why I didn't go to Harvard :)
At 8:50pm on April 26, 2010, Paul Holze said…
Snail mail it is! :)
At 5:25pm on April 26, 2010, Paul Holze said…
600 miles? That's like a warm-up lap :) My family has a cabin up in northern Wisconsin & I used to go to the boundary waters for canoeing up in Minnesota so perhaps the ride really wouldn't seem that bad--though I think I'd opt for a car...

How did you come to choose to be at CSBSJU?
At 5:10am on April 26, 2010, Paul Holze said…
Is that an invitation to come visit sometime?! :) I wonder how long it'd take to ride my bicycle up there...
At 4:26am on April 26, 2010, Paul Holze said…
Unfortunately I have only been on the outside looking in, hah
At 4:01am on April 26, 2010, Paul Holze said…
I thought maybe you had just been away for a while to focus more closely on the sustainable jazz band :) Love that idea too!

No personal connection to CSBSJU other than coming across the peace studies program awhile ago and being impressed (though I wished there was a grad program); I believe I saw you were at Notre Dame not too long ago...were you at the Kroc Institute?
At 3:40am on April 26, 2010, Paul Holze said…
How do you like there at CSB/SJU? Love your passion and interest in the peace between Pakistan and India
At 2:13pm on April 14, 2010, Juliette Darling said…
Thank you Reema. Hope you are well and enjoying the game.
At 7:46pm on April 11, 2010, PJE said…
I hope you get back on soon Reema
At 3:40pm on April 11, 2010, Simon Brookes said…
Are you still having the comment problem Agent Reema?
At 3:22pm on April 11, 2010, A.V.Koshy said…
leave a comment where?
At 8:23am on April 9, 2010, Reid Falconer said…
Alto sax
At 2:49am on April 9, 2010, Nicole said…
Thanks for inviting me to join! Also I enjoyed my day without shoes, but I can tell already that my feet are going to hurt a bit tomorrow. :) I ended up explaining the project to 17 people. I actually found someone who had heard of the project, but couldn't participate because she had to student teach. It was great.

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