Coming To Town

Six months into my freshman year at Syracuse University, I knew I was in trouble. Upstate New York, in the dead of winter, provided its own set of challenges, but living in an 'all guys' dorm where partying was the...
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While the rest of the country was out celebrating the Bicentennial of the United States of America, I was at sleep-away camp doing whatever I needed to do in order to survive in the wilderness of the Pocono Mountains with...
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Anyone who pays enough attention can certainly keep track of world trends, but the real fortunes of the future are not to be made by following trends, so much as by creating them. Quoting the French writer, poet and journalist...
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A new sketchbook is one hundred, intentionally left blank, pages. My new Strathmore 400 Series 'Sketch' book went with me everywhere, but I never expected it to take me to where I am today. My parents called me down from...
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The catcher typically has the most thorough understanding of baseball tactics and strategies of any player on his team. “The Tools of Ignorance” is merely an ironic expression for the pieces of equipment associated with the catching position in baseball. They’re the...
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