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Pennywise, Trump, and a Small Town Girl

Folksy places have their dark side.

Promethium

If you haven’t read this masterpiece, please do yourself a favor and Amazon Prime that sucker in time for some weekend reading.

The Delights and Travails of Fall Camping in the UP

I won’t say we pulled half-burned logs out of firepits to salvage them for our own use, but I won’t deny it either.

My Coworker’s Cat Almost Killed Us Both

Fergie and the goldfish, thankfully, seemed unaffected.

Here’s to a New Season

Today is the first day of autumn, and instead of dreading it, I’m going to try my best to stay hopeful.

Ice Cream Zagat

A cheesy name celebrating the town it can be found in? 10/10. A charming new addition of orange pool noodles glued to its exterior to ensure social distancing? Dreamy.

A Letter to My Younger Sister

A Letter to My Younger Sister

by | Aug 31, 2020 | 13 comments

I thought I was somehow exempt—because I grew up in other countries or have Jewish blood or have a sister who looks different than me.

No Couple is an Island

No Couple is an Island

No one tells you that the challenge of finding friends and creating community extends beyond just high school, beyond just university.

I Think About This Once a Week

I Think About This Once a Week

On good days, I think about John and that chalkboard and the dog under the lectern and I remember the joy of learning new things and the inexhaustible opportunities the world presents for just that.

Reflections on the Required Reading for a Calvin Religion Degree

Reflections on the Required Reading for a Calvin Religion Degree

It’s safe to say that the reading for religion majors lacks the representation of the diversity of the religious world.

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