汉字分解。 Decomposition of the Chinese Character 放 fàng ‘let go’

方 fāng square,
丶 zhǔ dot,
万 wàn ten thousand,
一 yī one,
㇆ yǐ second,
丿 piě slash,
攵 pū rap,
丿 piě slash,
一 yī one,
乂 yì stable,

方丶万一㇆ 丿攵丿一乂

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Decomposition of the Chinese Character 三 sān ‘three’

三 sān three
一 yī one
二 èr two

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So, I was just wondering, does Backpacking club exist? Because, really, I meant to go to the meetings but then I forgot what room it was in and what day it was on, etc.
If it doesn't still exist, then it should come back to life. That or like a roadtrip club. Anything with a bit of traveling outside of this side of Wichita really.

Anyway, I know the year is more than half over but it'd still be fun to do something like that one of these weekends or something.
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Drew (drewhilfiger) and I are putting together a group for National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). The goal is to write a 50,000 word novel in one month. Sound hard? Good. We hope to create a support group to help you write and edit your novel. Although it hasn't been planned entirely yet (look for posters in the hall sometime this week), we've started a community at ehnanowrimo2005. Feel free to join and get advance notice of meetings. Thanks un mucho. Plus, for all you IB-ers, two words: CAS hours.

Backpacking Club

If you are interested, please attend the first meeting of East High Backpacking Club on Tuesday October 4th in room E325 during Lunch. This meeting is mainly to see how many people are interested and to plan what the club will be doing in the near future. If you have more questions, just ask me and I can pass them on to Rodney Claiborne (the mastermind behind this), or ask Rodney at school.

Cross posted in EastIB, just to make sure no one misses this.
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Hey! Just in case there is anyone out in LJ land that hasn't heard yet . . . the class of 1996 is beginning to plan the 10 year reunion, and a community has been created here for it: wichitaeast1996.

So if you are a person in this class, or you know someone in this class that hasn't heard about it yet, please direct yourself/them there.

Thanks!

Senior issue

The senior issue of the paper came out today, and I was a bit shocked when I read this in the senior advice section: "Don't try your best freshman and sophomore years so there can be room for improvement on your transcript by junior year, when grades count the most." I think Lan Ly has been brainwashed by the College Application Police.

I hope this goes without saying, but don't do that. Colleges won't be impressed.

(Do remember Matt Anderson's advice, though: "Under cooked meat can be very dangerous.")