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I love this photo. On its surface, two beautiful blonde toddlers sit coupled for a normative evolution from childhood into matrimony and patriotic parenthood, but it is the hidden story that inspires my patriotic fervor. My little boy celebrates each … Continue reading
Two things I read yesterday have direct bearing on my forthcoming piece, “The Geography of Hope” for the University of Venus. The first, from the UK paper, The Guardian, examines the costs associated with programs for university-bound students (in the … Continue reading
to The University of Venus: “The Geography of Hope.”
“Mater: De Facto et De Jure” at the University of Venus!
Commencement offers one of the few occasions to celebrate the life of the mind in post-modern America. My father, an engineering professor, says he marches to get his annual quota of ceremony in a life comparatively free of ritual. … Continue reading