Amazing Advice From A Cartoon King

Bill Watterson (of Calvin and Hobbes fame) gave a keynote address in 1990, at the school in which he graduated: Kenyon College. He talks about what it means to really, truly love something you do in life. He said that a “real job” is a job you hate because, well, you do it for reasons other […]

Racism In 2006

I found an old sheet of answers I provided in a race discussion in some kind of classroom assignment from 2006, my freshman year in university. The paper does not list the questions; only the answers, and they don’t exactly indicate what the questions were. I provided pretty general answers overall. The reason I am […]

America: Revised

I wrote this piece almost (gasp) seven years ago, but it feels like it was written yesterday. Time flies when you write something dear to you and try to act out the message. This piece in particular discusses the messages laid out in prose by Jack Kerouac, Ralph Waldo Emerson and Walt Whitman — or, […]