Editor’s note: Fraternities remain under fire, and as this New York Times article points out, not necessarily for any specific incident, rather the perception of what they represent. It seems like a timely time to share this piece I wrote in May of 2019 documenting my personal, …
Every Sept. 11 I immerse myself in stories of that day — stories of heroes, stories about people who were in the wrong place at the wrong time, first r…
Remembering Sept. 11 — 20 years laterListen now (6 min) | Memory is a strange thing. Never blessed with a photographic memory, as I have gotten older, I realize what I do remember are bits…
Memory is a strange thing. Never blessed with a photographic memory, as I have gotten older, I realize what I do remember are bits and pieces of things…
The inevitable and ignominious end of our longest warListen now (5 min) | We ask our service members — volunteers — to do for us what we will not undertake ourselves. For a nation that so often touts its …
A country is rapidly falling apart and helicopters are evacuating the last Americans from the embassy. We’ve been here before. Anyone with a rudimentar…
Phillies vax issues put focus on what athletes owe fansListen now (6 min) | Do athletes really owe the fans anything? Should the possibility of playoffs or a championship trump personal choice?
For a few fleeting moments prior to Major League Baseball’s all star break, it all started to come together for my Phightin’ Phils. The lineup was fina…
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