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Inconclusive storytelling stirs our longing for justice. Like more than 1.5 million others, I've spent the last several weeks listening to Serial, a podcast that debuted in October from the producers of the popular public radio program This American Life. The first season of Serial investigates the 1999 murder of [...]
Thu, Dec 18, 2014
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How we can avoid over-sentimentalizing the holidays. Christmas as a consumer event is designed for people like me. Saps, that is. People who inhale the smell of gingerbread and want to buy the whole tin because it reminds us of a happy memory, or a loving grandma, or the Best [...]
Wed, Dec 17, 2014
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The good intentions behind conservative campus rules. American college campuses are dangerous places. On our campuses, women are sexually assaulted in alarming numbers. Men are being hauled before campus sex tribunals, many of which lack any semblance of due process. United Educators, an insurance company owned by 1,160 member colleges and [...]
Tue, Dec 16, 2014
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Entering Advent and getting caught up in the church calendar. I surprised myself this year when, without thinking, I referred to December—and the start of Advent—as the new year. The words just came tumbling out of my mouth—telling a friend I couldn't meet for lunch until the “new year.” When I started [...]
Mon, Dec 15, 2014
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Why our shifting families and evolving rituals can still be cause for celebration. When my adult son offered to host Thanksgiving last month, it felt as though a baton was being passed instead of platters of turkey and cranberry relish. For three decades, I've been the one to cook Thanksgiving dinner. [...]
Fri, Dec 12, 2014
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How composing 50,000 words of fiction deepened my appreciation for the Great Author. Fiction is about everything human and we are made out of dust, and if you scorn getting yourself dusty, then you shouldn't try to write fiction. It's not a grand enough job for you. - Flannery O'Connor As 2014 [...]
Thu, Dec 11, 2014
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No family too big, no mom too young to hear our affirmation of life. I'm pregnant with my fourth baby right now. Any mom who's bore that many children—and even some with just two or three—knows what it's like to share the news of another pregnancy. People are quick to make [...]
Wed, Dec 10, 2014
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It’s time to recognize that our world isn’t fair. And do something about it. Just one thing rivals the horror of being raped: divulging the details of that experience. Exposing yourself as a victim of rape is to be raped again; in the naked vulnerability of the telling, you not only [...]
Tue, Dec 09, 2014
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A spiritual discipline learned step by step. In the popular memoir-turned-film, Wild, Cheryl Strayed takes off to hike the Pacific Coast Trail. The unflinchingly transparent narration conveys how her determined but naïve aspirations to embark on the trek evolve into a physical and mental capacity to finish it. She remarks on [...]
Mon, Dec 08, 2014
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A teacher’s perspective on how higher standards serve poor students. As a former public school teacher, I have taught both the traditional state standards and Common Core aligned standards. I have dug deeply into both, researched their effectiveness, and watched them play out in my classroom. Outside of school, I have [...]
Fri, Dec 05, 2014
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