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What if every school had a scrap store?

I recently came across an article from The Atlantic covering the recent re-emergence of "adventure playgrounds" in the U.K. The concept, originally popularized in the 1940's, is the direct opposite of traditional playgrounds that dot suburban neighborhoods, with their plastic equipment and piles of wood chips that encourage standard, structured … [Keep reading]


So many opinions…

I've been meaning to blog about so much as of late. How the Democratic race for President has been pissing me off, my thoughts on the Oscars and the state of higher education in the United States today. However, I've been writing more than usual … [Keep reading]

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Some Things Never Leave Us

As with every generation, there are a few monumental moments that become shared experiences among the members of that demographic—those days we all remember where we were, and what the event meant to us. For my grandparents, the crash of 1929 and … [Keep reading]

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