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This week I thought I’d switch it up and share some musings from author Colin Wright on planning for the future. While his thoughts don’t entirely mimic my own, his thoughts on the value of preparation are especially well put.

Engaging Others: Voter Registration in Texas

Regardless of what side of the political spectrum you may be on, I think we can all agree that as citizens we have an obligation to be active players in shaping our government. One way we can do that is by voting. Over the past year or so, Anthony has been a tireless advocate for encouraging people in Texas and the rest of the United States to vote. Here is his story:

How You Get There

I came across these musings from author Colin Wright and I thought it important to share them. Colin presents a means of looking at the world's current social and political situation in a way that, at least to me, was both novel and insightful.

Standing Up to Hatred

My friend from high school, Alexa, is now attending college at the University of Virginia (UVA) in Charlottesville, Virginia. Charlottesville is the site of the Unite the Right rally that took place about two weeks ago.

A Goodbye Letter to All of My Friends

As many of my friends go off to college, the military, or wherever else their life may take them, I wanted to take a moment to share with them a bit of advice, or rather my feelings on the bittersweet moment that is saying goodbye to someone. Of course, no post would be complete without referencing something German…

Biking Around the United States

One of my best friends, a fellow CBYX 2015-2016 Alumnus and a buddy of his are currently biking up to Niagara Falls. They started out in Washington D.C. and took rail trails up to Pittsburgh, where they stopped to visit for the night. The following interview catalogs their experiences along the trails so far.