Two Years Ago

balloonsTwo years ago we started this blog to give you a little insight into the Susanne M. Glasscock School of Continuing Studies. More than 180 blog posts later, we hope you’ve enjoyed the stories we’ve shared with you and we look forward to sharing even more as we prepare to move into the Anderson-Clarke Center in a few months.

To celebrate, we are offering our readers a chance to win a free arts, humanities and sciences course with us. To enter, leave a comment to this post using a valid email address with the title of your favorite blog post. One winner will be randomly chosen on Tuesday, September 10, 2013 at 9 a.m. using a number generator from random.org. We have notified our winner.

Current staff and faculty of the Susanne M. Glasscock School of Continuing Studies are not eligible. One comment/entry per person.

12 thoughts on “Two Years Ago

  1. My favorite blog was “Flashback Friday: The Galas” — it is amazing to see how the school has evolved over the years!

  2. I’ve been following your blog on a bi weekly basis for the past year. I have always been fascinated by ancient egyptians history. The Eternal Appeal of Ancient Egypt is one of my favorite blog posts.

  3. I am about to move to Houston and I really love Rice campus! Thus, I have decided to start following your blog. My favorite so far is Feeding your brain.

  4. My favorite blog post was “Feed Your Brain”. I first heard of David Eagleman at TEDxHouston in 2010, and I was totally blown away. Then he exploded all over NPR; Science Friday, Fresh Air, Talk of the Nation, so… this public radio gal was forever sold.

  5. i’m attracted to all the Master of Liberal Studies blog posts. i want a rice MLS so bad i started a texas lottery relationship. someday…

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