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April 26, 2005


Joshua Zimmerman

If only I could somehow get you, or a clone of you, to show my 300 Level history class how to give presentations, maybe we wouldn't all be falling asleep in class.

PS. I miss Japan, though I got a job with JET. I'll be back in July!


Good news, Josh. Great to hear you will be coming back to Japan. And, I love history, btw. No reason for the prezos to be dull. In fact, my favorite channel is The History Channel (we get it in Japan). If THC can pull together great stories, no reason college instuctors/students can't.

Best - G

jennifer rauch

Only people like myself who attended the school would notice, but there is no "University of Indiana." It's "Indiana University." A common misake!


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