Happy 18th birthday, malia obama, and hb to americaappy

fireworks, birthday cakes, birthday gifts,

none of those can compete with sincere love

a parent, two or three children, a family


july 4th, a day sets America apart

from England, France, Italy, Germany, China, Russia, and Somalia

we do come together to celebrate


smiles, passion, watchful eyes,

all emotions shall pour into a family den, a love nest,

there shall be no side effects when it comes to us civilian


july 4th, malia obama,

sasha natasha obama, michelle obama, barack obama, joe and jill biden,

john kerry, and Ann Dunham, Marian Shields Robinson, Barack Obama Sr., Fraser C. Robinson III


have a grand day,

love washington d c

and stay on top of your world, and keep grinning

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from Anahi Estrada, U of arkansas to John Nguyen, ossm
















a woman is lost,

Anahi Estrada does help,

Yaseen Shurbaji speaks,

opening a door for winds of Dan Little,

So, famous 2016 high school senior class,

it begins with Kate Avery, Terry Berryman,

It blooms in Nate Woo, Faz;ur Rahman,

it firecrackers Nadia Sirajuddin, Mark Woolard,

address of representatives of students add coal to the audience,

Mary Thevatheril is frank,

Allen Chen is confident,

Emily Dial and Rhiju Das are reflective,

Dr. Frank Wang, Dr. Xifan Liu, they tell us the key to the west,

Lori Webster, Debra Cook, Susan Greenwood, Ethan Wood, Brandi Blue steal spotlights,

Rebecca Morris, Sharon Jorski, Shannon Gorbet, Pam Felastu, Cynthia Brown look all right

Carol Bennett, Lynn Morgan, David Drenman, Mary Ann Bauman, David Kighuradze,

Ann Dell, Yasminda Choate, Joe Kingery, Jim Hill, Gina Roy, Isabel De Aos, Niem Luu,

Cori Loomis, Mark Li, Ruibo Li, Kelly Chaves, Brian Chance, Shayne Johnston,  Amy Loper,

what a show of witty face, still, the wheels roll, and the voice screams

Mike Turpen, Kalpana Misra, Glen Johnson, Joy Hofmeister, Bret Danilowicz, Kelly Damphousse

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vancover, canada expereince, and jiaozuo, henan poly-tech university, ann blair, fan bowen,yuan baoquan, jiu quansen, peter constantin, alex kiselev

Diff. Geom, Math. Phys., PDE Seminar: Jiahong Wu

  • Date: 04/07/2016
  • Time: 15:30

Jiahong Wu, Oklahoma State University


University of British Columbia


The two-dimensional Boussinesq equations with partial dissipation


The Boussinesq equations concerned here model geophysical flows such as atmospheric fronts and ocean circulations. In addition, they play an important role in the study of Rayleigh-Benard convection. Mathematically the 2D Boussinesq equations serve as a lower-dimensional model of the 3D hydrodynamics equations. In fact, the 2D Boussinesq equations retain some key features of the 3D Euler and the Navier-Stokes equations such as the vortex stretching mechanism. The global regularity problem on the 2D Boussinesq equations with partial or fractional dissipation has attracted considerable attention in the last few years. This talk presents recent developments in this direction. In particular, we detail the global regularity result on the 2D Boussinesq equations with vertical dissipation as well as some recent work for the 2D Boussinesq equations with general critical dissipation.

Other Information: 

Location: ESB 4127

Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences
  • 4176-2207 Main Mall,
  • Vancouver, British Columbia
  • Canada, V6T 1Z4

AMS Special Session on Equations of Fluid Motion

– See more at: http://jointmathematicsmeetings.org/meetings/national/jmm2016/2181_program_ss63.html#sthash.cMsTbNL7.dpuf

Tulane University

November 8 – 11, 2013

Clifford Lecturer:  Peter Constantin (Princeton University)

Conference Theme:

Local and Nonlocal, Deterministic and Stochastic Evolution Equations

Titles of Main Lectures:

  • Problems with fluids: an introduction
  • Regularity, long time behavior and absence of anomalous dissipation in 2D SQG
  • Stochastic, damped, driven Euler equations
  • Complex Fluids

Invited Speakers:

  • Gautam Iyer (Carnegie Mellon University)
  • Alex Kiselev (University of Wisconsin at Madison)
  •  Nader Masmoudi (CIMS, New York University)
  •  Anna Mazzucato (Penn State University)
  •  Dong Li (University of British Columbia)
  •  Weiran Sun (Simon Fraser University)
  •  Edriss Titi (University of California at Irvine, Weizmann Institute of Science)
  •  Jiahong Wu (Oklahoma State University)
  •  Andrej Zlatos (University of Wisconsin at Madison)

Outside Participants:

  • Mihaela Ignatova, Stanford University
  • Aseel Farhat, Indiana University
  • Yao Yao, University of Wisconsin at Madison
  • Adam Larios, Texas A&M University
  • Kyudong Choi, University of Wisconsin at Madison
  • Jacob Bedrossian, New York University
  • Andrei Tarfulea, Princeton University
  •  Lizheng Tao, Oklahoma State University
  • Qingtian Zhang, Penn State University
  • Yajie Zhang, Penn State University
  • Chris Henderson, Stanford University
  • Xiaoqian Xu, University of Wisconsin at Madison
  • Tau Lim, University of Wisconsin at Madison
  • Tarek Elgindi, New York University
  • Xiaoyi Zhang, University of Iowa
  • Shawn Walker, Louisiana State University
  • Barbara Keyfitz, Ohio State University
  • Yixiang Wu, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
  • Tam Do, University of Wisconsin at Madison
  • Anthony Polizzi, Louisiana State University
  • Nguyen Phuc, Louisiana State University
  • Mimi Dai, University of Illinois at Chicago
  • Jihong Hu, University of Pittsburgh
  • Rongfang Zhang, University of Pittsburgh
  • Huaqiao Wang, University of Pittsburgh
  • Tural Sadigov, Indiana University

Local Participants:


  • Kasha Saxton, Loyola University
  • Ralph Saxon, University of New Orleans
  • Ricardo Cortez, Tulane University
  • Lisa Fauci, Tulane University
  • Mac Hyman, Tulane University
  • Alex Kurganov, Tulane University
  • Xuefeng Wang, Tulane University
  • Kun Zhao, Tulane University
  • Christina Hamlet, Tulane University
  • Julie Simons, Tulane University
  • Jacek Wrobel, Tulane University
  • Carrie Manore, Tulane University
  • Kyle Hickman,  Tulane University
  • Huicong Li, Tulane University
  • Tian Xiang, Tulane University
  • Qiang Yang, Tulane University
  • Franz Hoffmann, Tulane University
  • Elham Ahmadi, Tulane University
  • Shanshan Jiang, Tulane University
  • Jianjun Huang, Tulane University
  • Yuanzhen Cheng, Tulane University
  • Shumo Cui, Tulane University
  • Zhuolin Qu, Tulane University
  • Tong Wu, Tulane University

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oyo, oyw, chamber music, and okphil

Chamber Orchestra

The Chamber Orchestra is an auditioned string ensemble that rehearses and performs literature utilizingHarrisonChamberOrchestra position work, advanced rhythms, keys, bowing techniques, articulations, and expression. Student musicians will demonstrate knowledge and performance of these skills in addition to vibrato, upper position work, and musicality. Individual practice and attendance at rehearsals and concerts is important to the development and success of both the student and the ensemble.

The Chamber Orchestra rehearses Monday evenings from 7:15pm – 8:30pm at Oklahoma City University. The conductor of the Chamber Orchestra is Dawn Thrailkill, who has conducted the ensemble since it began in 1999.


Festival Strings

Perfect for late elementary and middle school string players with one to two years of ensemble Combined-Festival-Stringsexperience who live in the Oklahoma City metro.

A  string orchestra designed to challenge and develop students with new music and new skills. No audition required.

Simply fill out the online registration form by CLICKING HERE!* Our office will send a reminder as your “test drive” (1st rehearsal) approaches!
*Filling out this registration form is NOT a commitment to the group and NO payment will be requested. After your student has attended the first rehearsal, a tuition statement will be sent to you via email and you may then decide whether or not you would like to complete official enrollment. Should you decide not to enroll, you may simply respond to the email that you will not be participating and no money will need to be paid.

When and Where?
Monday evenings beginning Monday, September 14th. (Festival Strings NORMAN will not begin rehearsals until Monday, September 21st). Please see below with additional details for each location. Families may choose the most convenient location and we encourage those with older students who rehearse at OCU to consider our OKC location.

Rehearsal Times and Locations:

Fesitval Strings OKC – Putnam City Original High School – 5300 NW 50th Street, OKC 73122 – 5:30-6:30PM – conducted by Jessica Stephens

Festival Strings Edmond – Cheyenne Middle School – 1271 W Covell Rd, Edmond, 73003 – 6:00-7:00PM – conducted by Kristin Geist – families should enter through the doors on the northeast side of the building and park on the black top near those doors

Festival Strings Norman – Whittier Middle School – 2000 W Brook St, Norman, 73069 – 6:45-7:45PM – conducted by Mark Osborn – families should use the east parking lot door closest to the recreation center

Festival Strings Mid-Del – Del City Church of Christ – 1901 Vickie, Del City, 73115 – 6:00-7:00PM – conducted by Shaemon Fuston

What do I bring?
Yourself, your instrument, a folding music stand, and excitement to be a part of the Oklahoma Youth Orchestras! We know you’ll have a great time!

Call our office (M-F, 9am – 5pm) at 405-232-1199 or email info@oyomusic.org. Our Program Manager, Karina Fisher, will be happy to answer any questions regarding participation, enrollment or tuition.


Oklahoma Youth Philharmonic (OYP)

The Oklahoma Youth Philharmonic (OYP), is a fundamental full orchestra ensemble consisting of OYP-1mostly high school students in string, wind, and percussion sections. Repertoire includes many standard masterworks expertly arranged for educational ensembles, as well as many original compositions, contemporary works, and popular music straight from the movies. The OYP has also participated in an exciting exchange program with the Youth Symphonies of Kansas City.

The OYP rehearses Monday evenings from 6:00pm – 7:30pm at Oklahoma City University.


2015-2016 Board of Directors
Rich Green
Greg Bowes
Ginny Evans
Jerry Messick
  Oklahoma City University Representatives
Dean Mark Parker
Dr. Mark G. Belcik
Oklahoma City Philharmonic Representatives
Edward Walker
Members at Large
Catherine Brown
Paul Hagemeier
Peggy Kahre
Frederick Mischler
FY14 Financials


The Sinfonia is a group comprised of developing string players. Musicians focus on learning new Harrison-Sinfonia-allliterature, tone development, expanding bow techniques, and ensemble playing. On occasion, pieces will utilize multiple key changes and shifting throughout sections. Musicians are asked to spend time working on music outside of rehearsal and to come prepared to learn new techniques and music each week.

The Sinfonia rehearses Monday evenings from 5:45pm – 7:00pm at Oklahoma City University. Started in 2006, the conductor since its inception is Gena Alexander.


2016 European Tour

Scheduled for the weeks of July 5 and July 15, 2016, this optional tour for the students of Dr. Garcia’s OYO will give students the experience of a lifetime playing and learning in the birthplace of classical music.

CLICK HERE to download the most recent information about the tour

CLICK HERE to download the summer rehearsal schedule


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short story slam week 43

short story slam week 43, views from panama city , april 21, 2016 to may 8, 2016


panama city

post office is closed for holiday

paris and panda express

pasta and fried rice work

pets, petco

pigeons walk on michigan street

pelicans, peacocks

birds of blue and brown stick

pencils, pens,

writing tools help us

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President Barack Obama visits MIT


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MIT was honored by the visit of President Barack Obama on

October 23, 2009. Speaking at Kresge Auditorium,

President Obama delivered a speech that addressed American

leadership and clean energy research. The talk came as

Congress prepared for hearings on clean energy legislation.

Prior to speaking in Kresge, the president toured research

labs on campus. Noting the work of the MIT Energy Initiative

to invent a sustainable energy future, President Obama

explained that MIT was a logical choice for his visit. View

President Obama’s MIT visit in its entirety at

the Institute Events collection on TechTV. View more

Elemental MIT videos at Multimedia.

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Meet Bogue’s Preschool Day

Many prefer google

yet, Meet Bogue, Marissa Bogue, and Mark Bogue resides at yahoo


knowing Saint Maybelle,  Saint Wible, and Saint Anthony via Gloria,

Meet Bogue experts a sister Jana Bogue Flora


this March, on Saint Patrick’s day,

Meet Bogue wonders why some kids rebel


Uncle Young Pulse and cousin Alex Louis live near

they often think of Moutai (Maotai) beer


At preschool Silicon Valley, when Pipa, Vige, and Kara wave goodbye to Meet,

Teacher Lindsay, Alison, Megan, and Rachel stamped their feet


Friends Dana, Pamela, Laszlo, and Katy come to Meet’s rescue,

that’s when mother Ann and dad Zachary feed Meet some Jello Cube


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blue mondays, short story slam week 39, monday splashes


Jennifer Morrison,

a movie fan and hollywood charm


Adellie Tracey

a sport judge and world famous organization member


Desiree Henry

who sports, plays, and promotes Brad Henry and Jin E Shuai


Russell James,

who knows, his brother is Thomas James, and Danny Boyle


Laura Morrison and Kathrie Tovo

sisters alike ladies for City council of City Rome


Sally Smiling, Pamela Ware, and Alicia Blagg,

three flowers, three fate, three nations, and three blue angels


luckham creative band

Mike Morrison, Sean Forey, Rosekla Morrison, Eric Wood, and Kevin Bryant play trumpet well



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the Blanchard News (rooster of real creative insights)

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if you have never lived by Yuan Shuai river,

you won’t know the fishing fun after each thunder storm,

if you have not moved close to Sheng Fu ditch,

you won’t be able to know Peng Cai E, and Xu Zhao Er,

if you have not made it to Beijing Materials Institute,

you won’t know Yun Canal, Gao Hongjian, and Wang Qi,

if you have never done intership in Shenyang city in 1990,

you won’t know Yan Qun, Suo Feng, Zeng Wei, or Pan Liguo,

if you have never been to Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Macau,

you won’t recall Iris Chang, Guo Jingjing, Kenneth Fok, Lawrence Fok,

when we visit Princeton, New York, Philadelphia, MaryWood, Scranton,

we know Ma Xingrui, Xu Qin, Ren Xuefeng, Wen Guohui, Gong Xiao, Karen Boback, Marty Flynn,

when we get a newspaper, we read their post,

seeing Tony Strickland, Fred Johnston, Jim Beckham, David Clayton Jacobs


additional folks are below

Tommy Mayhue

Haleigh Nicole Cooley

Terry Alexander

Phil Blevine

Roy Spratt

Austin Lee Watford

Seth Wayne Odam

Matthew Griffin Merrill

Addison Lynn White

Cheyenne Dawn Greenlee

Amanda Gordon Asperheim

Colton Wilson

Ashley Noel Pickens

James (Jim) Cantrell

Stephen Ussery

Naomi Baker

David Pauld

Tony Ctrickland

Eddie Cantrell

Dale McAskil

Garland Clark

Charlotte Offolter

Douglas Staffor

Mary Evett

Linda Bourne

Shirley Rush

EL Tepeyac





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Natalie Snowflakes and Nancy Fedeler

born in north pole
growing up near River Mosquito
Natalie has many dreams
As a child,
She used to walk bare feet,
experiencing hardship of rocky path
as a juvenile,
she used to ride bikes
traveling sixty miles to see angela frankes
as a young adult
she used to buy train tickets
carpooling from Peru to Cuba
when Natalie attends college,
she used to shop at Oxford University,
and purchase fancy books from Buckingham Palace
Big Ben is tall,
British museum is historical,
Queen elizabeth rose garden is grand
When Natalie snowflakes married Steven Fedeler,
She calls herself Nancy Fedeler,
Being awarded two boys, Morton Fedeler and Samuel Fedeler
Now Natalie resides at CHula, California,
she dreams about grand kids with the family of Whuilson,
she believes in Sabrina, Kathleen, and Lucinda Wilson

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