The Exponent Blog

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Bubble Fatigue

America seems to play musical chairs in the summer. For Sale signs bloomed with the April flowers, and now the streets are packed with moving vans. Our move is only to a neighboring town,...

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Exponent II's Classics: What's a Mother to Do?

I’m glad I’m not the only person who tried to keep the rules and then, finds out that the rules were wrong in the first place…I’ve been jogging every morning for ten months, three...

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Virtual Oases XXIII

Juliann: The parallel narratives of “believers and apostates.” Jilopa: How a recent Molly Bennion article prompted some questions about LDS women and role models. Excerpts from Ruth May Fox’s Diary: “Feb. 8th Went to...

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Mormon Feminists at Sunstone

If you’ll be in the Salt Lake City area during August 10-12, please consider spending some time at the Sunstone Symposium. The preliminary program can be found here. IMO, the lineup of this year’s...

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Relativity: The Power of Shared Experience

As I was wandering around the bloggernacle this past week, I was rather disgruntled to find comments that were rudely dismissive and contemptuous of others’ personal experience and belief. It made me irritated, then...

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Love Bug

This is a love story. February 2002. I was the new assistant head of school, working 16-hour days. I was slowly resurrecting my social life after a couple of emotionally exhausting years. And after...