To believe in something other than what is materially in front of you is awkward. It likely means that what you expect tomorrow is impossible today.
Andrew Knot (’11) lives and writes in Cologne, Germany.
by Andrew Knot | Jun 16, 2016
But the author of the Vespasian Psalter and his fellow blessing traditionalists needn’t despair. If blessings could jump the shark on the heels of one rapper, could they possibly be redeemed by another?
by Andrew Knot | Nov 16, 2015
From the empire’s old favorites—Tafelspitz and Kaiserschmarrn—to the Würstlstand, present on every street corner, the sausage-vending culinary bastion of the drinking and working classes, the way to the Austrian identity goes through the taste buds and down into a satisfied, high-caloric stomach.