I never really thought I would be here, in this place wondering what is next. When we left Aberdeen it was in hopeful anticipation of the next step almost being an immediate thing. At first it was a bit disappointing…. ok really disappointing. I really didn’t have much time to reflect on what was next. […]
Stars are pretty cool. If you have ever laid out under a dark night sky to see the vibrant tapestry of the galaxy above you, you might understand how it could become someone’s captivation, one’s ambition. Such was the case for Percival Lowell. You may have heard of him. He was born into a wealthy […]
Just a few weeks ago I was running up Bancroft and Telegraph in my cap and gown to claim my masters degree in social work from UC Berkeley’s school of social welfare. I stood in awe of the journey I had been on to find myself in that place. This is a bit of that […]
November 6th, 2012 has come and gone. The monstrous and menacing machine that is the American political and campaign engine has crossed the finish line, and can finally click off (well, maybe for a few months). We have a victor. We all had the privilege of casting our votes for a candidate, and now we […]
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Ra on On F Bombs and Christian Music: A Reflection on P.O.D.’s Newest Album, Murdered Love These so called Christian artists are just trying to fit ...
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Chinedu Chinakwe on Paul, the Gladiator Apostle? Paul spoke of real humans whom he likened to base ...