#MillennialMonday: The Value of the Vote

We constantly hear how Millennials are doing things differently and the political arena is no exception to that rule. When it comes to a big political race we hear about the Latino vote, the women's vote, the black vote and now the latest group to join the list of demographic votes are the Millennials. There … Continue reading #MillennialMonday: The Value of the Vote

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I Quit

Quitting is looked at as such a cowardly act of throwing determination and perseverance out the window in favor of comfort and familiarity.  Growing up, I found myself either quitting things that I found too daring, scary or difficult, or avoiding them altogether. But there comes a time when you can't quit. You have to … Continue reading I Quit

The hate is real

I am a happy-go-lucky kind of guy.  I try to find the humor in any situation and look for love and happiness to be at the foundation of everything I do.  But lately I have questioned how we can drive out the hatred that is still so prevalent and thriving in our world.  I have … Continue reading The hate is real

Stand up

If you don't stand for something, you will fall for anything." - Malcom X  The right to vote: it's the right we as Americans pride ourselves on, but seem to take for granted and throw by the wayside every November.  I'll admit it I find myself less than motivated when it comes to voting season. … Continue reading Stand up

Working for justice

I spent this past weekend in Washington, D.C. at the Ignatian Family Teach-In, a conference for Jesuit colleges, universities, and high schools.  It was an amazing time to reunite with old friends and have the conversations that have bonded us into a family – how we have been doing and where we hope to be … Continue reading Working for justice