September 26, 2019

Plummeting participation in youth sports is a real(ly bad) thing.

I recently read an article discussing the, unfortunate, reality that the United States is facing a significant reduction in the percent of adolescents involved in competitive athletics....

July 24, 2019

Since graduating high school in 2011, I have moved 7.5 times.

Moving is highly comparable to ending a relationship (platonic included), throwing away a beloved pair of jeans, or getting rid of your first car. It comes with varying levels of burden and...

June 7, 2019

The Big Sort, released in 2008 by Bill Bishop, is a phenomenal piece of literature designed at identifying, outlining, and analyzing the trend of political polarization in the United States. Before you tune out and skim the remainder of this piece, i...

May 7, 2019

The emergence and surge of technology in our everyday lives has caused an immense shift in the functionality, limits, and enjoyment we experience. Of course, this has fantastic benefits. My friend from college can facetime his parents three oceans aw...

April 28, 2019

In late September of 2018, I hit the quarter century mark. I found myself in deep reflection upon the years that compiled my christening of adulthood. Thankfully, this was not a depressing contemplation about how Carson Wentz (9 months older) was an...

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