Here is your weekly dose of "Pantheon News", a list of what's going on around The Pantheon.
From James Clears "3-2-1 Thursday Newsletter" (One of the few newsletters I read on a weekly basis.
"What looks like a talent gap is often a focus gap. The 'all-star' is often an average to above-average performer who spends more time working on what is important and less time on distractions. The talent is staying focused."
How am I complicit in creating the conditions I say I don’t want? (hat tip @jerrycolonna)
For the week of 7/20/2020 through 7/24/2020:
The walls of the old Sears store hides the Pantheon's beauty. The photo was taken in the early 2000s before early restoration efforts were made.
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Have a wonderful weekend, all!
Dr. Sangtae Kim, Head of the Purdue University Davidson School of Chemical Engineering, made a visit to the Pantheon this Tuesday. The last time Dr. Kim visited the Pantheon was way back in 2017. Needless, to say he was amazed by the interior progress of the Pantheon. If you are wondering "What's the role of Purdue in the Pantheon?" then this interview is for you.