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Graduate College Newsletter: June 30

June 30, 2022 Distributed by the Graduate College

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    On my morning bike ride to work this week, I received a refresher course on a lesson that I have learned many times in the past, so I thought I would share it with you. It was not one failure, but a series of mishaps that made me late for an important meeting. As a cyclist, I always check the weather forecast. I build in extra time for the occasional flat. I carry an extra tube, a patch kit, an inflator and a mini-tool. Many things can go wrong, and I’ll still meet all my commitments at work.
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