Tag Archive: philosophy

Valuable Assets

I was recently complaining about our fast-approaching graduation (which occurred May 5) with my boyfriend, bemoaning, “There were so many things I wanted to do that I never did!” His response: “But think… Continue reading

An existential crisis in an emergency room.

*author’s note: This was an essay assignment for my existentialism class. Sorry if you haven’t read Kierkegaard and have no idea what I’m talking about. I provide handy page references if you’d like… Continue reading

Putting dinner on my own damn table

I started this entry in late October. After all of my initial inspiration was thrown on the page, I promptly abandoned it – because I had no idea what kind of conclusion I… Continue reading

Exception to the (slide) Rule

Yesterday I sat in an empty cubicle at work, leafing through a UD yearbook from 1968. I was looking for two specific pictures for a piece I was writing, and I found them. Amidst… Continue reading

To write, or not to write, that is the question…

I interviewed two entrepreneurs yesterday. One an elderly gentleman with a lifetime of experience, one an ambitious young man ready to start such a lifetime. They both have UD to thank. The old… Continue reading

Let’s talk about sex.

I have been talking about sex a lot lately. Maybe that’s normal for a college student.  But I’ve been graded on talking about sex a lot lately. That’s because I am enrolled in… Continue reading