Monthly Archives: March 2014

Facebook Fans

One of the most inspiring, and overwhelming, aspects of the internet is that with it anyone can become a successful band or artist. The prospect of having a song or recording go viral and generate a fan base overnight keeps … Continue reading

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“My High School Doesn’t Exist Anymore” : Memories of a Christian Cult Classic

“My high school doesn’t exist anymore.” For the past year or so this is a phrase I’ve used numerous times to explain the education portion of my resume. A potential employer might become¬†understandably concerned if they attempted to verify the … Continue reading

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Splendid Little Tour #SLT

For this Throw Back Thursday post, I thought I’d shed some light on my very first tour. I got it’s name the Splendid Little Tour from punning on “the Splendid Little War”, what Secretary of State John Hay called the … Continue reading

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@UNCGPEACE and Conflict Transformation

Last semester I made the decision to change my major from Political Science to Peace and Conflict Studies. Although a “Peace Studies” program has existed in my University’s graduate school for almost a decade now, the undergraduate department is brand … Continue reading

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