During the entirety of my time in Ghana, I thought about how I was going to talk about my experience. I’m still not sure if describing what I was thinking and feeling for my ten days there would be adequate even if I was able to use the exact right words. But I feel like… Continue reading “Don’t pass through Ghana, let Ghana pass through you.”
As I write this, I’m in a pretty weird place mentally. I honestly haven’t planned this post out at all and don’t know what to say. But today deserves recognition. With my term of service with College Possible at an end and all of our end-of-year celebrations over, I can’t help but think about what… Continue reading Saying goodbye (to my students).
There are always some students that really impress us with their dedication to certain aspects of their life. E is one of those students for me. He was in my portfolio at the beginning of the year as an unenrolled student, so I really wasn’t sure what to expect in terms of responsiveness from him,… Continue reading Great Stories Part VIII: Family First
S is one of those students that is completely dedicated to College Possible and the people in it, especially since CP supported his brother when he needed it the most. S is also a naturally friendly, happy, energetic person and is always a fantastic student to talk to. Whenever I asked if he was willing… Continue reading Great Stories Part VII: Being a Friend
Alright, friends. This is one of my nerdy analytical posts. You’ve been warned. I would also suggest looking up songs/lyrics as I list them. As many of you may know, the Lumineers are my favorite band, and over the past year especially their music has meant a lot to me. A few months ago, I… Continue reading The Cleopatra story.
It’s been awhile since my last blog post. While posting this on Easter Weekend is appropriate, I’ve been meaning to post something like this for a long time, and the timing is mostly coincidental. I could talk a lot about how I feel about the institution of religion and its many problems, especially Christianity, but… Continue reading Religion and spirituality.
It’s been… a week. A hard week to watch unfold around me. Working with an organization completely dedicated to the education system in this country made the Betsy DeVos hearing videos that much harder to watch. I’ve barely brought myself to look at any articles about Trump’s inaugural address; the only thing I paid attention… Continue reading Love Trumps Hate.