Hi ya. I'm completing my EWA1 assignment for class by posting on your talk page. I'm impressed that you have decided on your article topic already. Narrowing down my interests is difficult but hopefully I'll be posting a topic soon. Mtnthyme (talk) 00:07, 27 January 2013 (UTC)
Where's group 4?
Amie, I haven't found any of our group 4 members. I can't tell if Gina Gallo is in the course, don't see that Andrew Bowen is yet on the course Wikipedia page, and don't see that Jamie Van Pelt has a Wikipedia user name. Did you find any of them?
Hi all--Gina dropped. I think Jamie has a name, but he has not posted to the Blackboard site yet. I think he was a thrower for the WCU track team (hint, hint) Derosadual (talk) 15:51, 31 January 2013 (UTC)
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