I wrote this on Facebook two years ago, and I thought I would share it here on the thirteenth anniversary of Liberation. Today is Liberation Day. On this day in 2004, I left Binghamton to attend Edinboro University. Why do I still celebrate it, considering I dropped out of Edinboro two years later and joined … Continue reading Liberation Day
Like so many of my fellow students, I hated working in groups in school because I always found myself in one of two groups. Sometimes I would find myself in the group where the cliquey members had a social hour while the others did all the work. Alternatively, I would join the group where everyone … Continue reading Group Work
For as long as I can remember, I have wanted to learn about anything that crossed my mind.
“Hospitality is the default field people go to when they can’t hack it in anything else.”
“Everybody has to have a hometown. Binghamton’s mine.” – Rod Serling