I arrived and he was piss drunk, trying to “network,” which I would learn was a favorite verb of his that really just means introducing yourself to people at bars. […]
“The wake-and-bake was not invented yesterday, but as cannabis companies are expanding their product lines, they’re creating variations of THC that are designed to be consumed throughout the day—to take with coffee in the morning, to get through the afternoon lull at work, and to fall asleep at night.” […]
“And I realized the reason there was such a wealth gap … between whites and African Americans is because African Americans used to be somebody’s property.” […]
“I believe in the people in UGBC. … Something that isn’t always present at other universities but is here: when communities are targeted we always stand up for each other in solidarity. We always fill those roles.” […]
“… people are worth more than just being animals. People have an inherent worth that is elevated by their connection to God,” said Vaccaro.
Richard Gaillardetz finds the best way to approach 2,000 years of Church history is first with a reminder that all are members of the baptized faithful. […]
My experience with the asset-slinging and stock bell-ringing began in the spring of eighth grade, when my parents realized summer was approaching and I was at an awkward age–too old for summer camp, too brashy for Teen Travel, and too young to entertain myself every day. […]
As he walked away, the word “commission” rank in the air like an express train running by, and I finally admitted to myself that it was a scam. […]