In the last nine months, I have had 1,043 and one-half conversations about college. 387 people have asked me where … Continue Reading An Ode to College from a Place of Limbo
“My family played a card game two hours after we put grandma in the cold Oregon ground. To be specific, we played Cards Against Humanity—a party game for horrible people, as it says on the little black box. I think that’s a fair description—of my family that is.”
Father Lichtenberg departed the church through the back door, removed his white tab collar, and lit a cigarette in the … Continue Reading The Offering
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“Where’s the white wrapping paper?” yelled my mother, as she helped me finish wrapping the presents before my coach arrived. … Continue Reading American Disparities and How We Can Solve Them
America’s current political climate is full of close-mindedness and division, perhaps more so than any time in the nation’s history. … Continue Reading How To Have Political Discourse In The New America