Monthly Archives: August 2012

“Thankful Thursday” Cultivating an Attitude of Gratitude

Some who are reading this reflection may recall that last year members of the Residence Life staff initiated “Tie Dye Tuesdays” where students, faculty, and staff were encouraged to wear tie dye clothes once a week.  In part the tradition

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Preconceived Notions

My toddler is going to be in a wedding this weekend.  She is going to be a flower girl and she is really excited.  We even practiced in the chapel last weekend so that she could get the idea about

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Breaking the Cycle of Violence

This week marks 67 years since the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan.  While many still debate the necessity of such an attack, none could argue that the violence wreaked unimaginable havoc on an entire country and population.  According

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