Some Big News

With less than two weeks to go until I am done with school forever,* there are a few things about my short-to-intermediate future that I am ready to announce here. *I reserve the right to return to school at a later date, but only as an instructor or administrator. First, as you may know fromContinue reading “Some Big News”

Sometimes It Works Like It’s Supposed To

In the midst of everything else happening in the world right now, there is something that I think might be slipping beneath the radar a bit except by those people that truly pay attention to these types of things, as well as the people that just want to point to them as an indicator ofContinue reading “Sometimes It Works Like It’s Supposed To”

Utah Should Look to Its Past to Map Its Future

I have high hopes for the future of Utah, especially in regards to the political climate. Perusing the comments on the latest news out of my home state makes me question if this is actually the case. As it currently stands, it doesn’t seem like that is a possibility, especially in light of the currentContinue reading “Utah Should Look to Its Past to Map Its Future”

A Response From My Congressman

In the aftermath of the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting, and the subsequent dialogue that occurred for the weeks after, I did something that I only do in rare circumstances: I wrote a letter to my Representative, Jim Matheson (D).* *Though he is not currently my Representative, he was when I wrote the letter in December.Continue reading “A Response From My Congressman”