"The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new." The other day I strolled into a place that had once been my second home. I couldn’t believe how long it had been since I had stepped through its front door. I was 23... Continue Reading →
Rah! Rah! Go… The College Experience from the Commercials Isn’t Always the Real Thing.
Every now and then, I am disheartened to see people who graduated with me in college still loyal and enthusiastic about our Alma Mater. When I look back on my college experience, I came away with great memories of finding my way after one tumultuous freshmen year of basically being a wallflower, working behind the... Continue Reading →
Newspaper Print May Wash Off Your Hands, Never Your Soul
Even though I was only 23, I can still remember everything about walking into the newsroom for the first time and that feeling of actually being a daily news reporter. I had worked for a local weekly suburban newspaper for about a year and made the right friends and connections and had found my way... Continue Reading →