June 12, 2020

This One's On the House

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A month ago, I thought the media would never be able to deal with anything besides the coronavirus pandemic. Less than two weeks after the grim milestone of one hundred thousand Covid-19 deaths in the USA, George Floyd was murdered, and the virus...

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February 21, 2019

Mission Abroad Is Not about Fixing Problems

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For most of our students, it was the first time out of their home country, and for all of them it was the first time in a developing country. While this is accepted terminology, I take issue with calling Guatemala a developing country, as it has its...

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September 20, 2017

Six Rules for Life

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Times like this my mind retreats to when life seemed so simple: my own childhood. Particularly in September, when the new school year starts, I want to be six years old again. I want to smell a newly-sharpened graphite pencil, open a new box of...

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