Written in early February 2013 for the San Marcos King's Page.
Written in October 2014 for a Journalism Class at Champlain College, before the passing of Sensei Ken Ota
Written for the San Marcos King's Page in March of 2012
Written for the San Marcos Kings Page in February of 2012
Written for a Journalism Class at Champlain College around November of 2014.
My Dearest Dublin, For the past four months, we have become acquainted in a way that no simple one week tourist could ever hope to match. We have seen each other at moments exhibiting some of our best and not so best qualities. It is thus with a heavy heart that I must bid you... Continue Reading →
Take a moment to imagine that you can watch all of history unfold before your eyes. Imagine it like a movie screen, set for your own personal viewing, or like a pair of google glasses (google glass? I don’t know) that can unveil the mysteries of the years without needing a prompt. This is what... Continue Reading →
The cool breeze in the morning, the simplicity of nature, the simple ebb and flow of the water, there is always something renewing about a waterway in the city. Think of it this way: before we had roads, before we learned to build engines for cars or to domesticate horses, humans learned to put together... Continue Reading →
One hundred years ago, a group of men decided that they would take matters into their own hands and ensure that the people of Ireland would know that they deserved to strike against their oppressors, that they were not a lesser people simply because they lived in a different place. The leaders of this revolution... Continue Reading →