Tag: Chicago

Why Loyola's Run Mattered (to me)

I needed more than 24 hours to digest, reflect, and express thoughts and feelings regarding the Loyola Ramblers men’s basketball NCAA Tournament run – probably because I didn’t want a sob-filled post typed out by angry fingers with ludicrous, madman insults to Michigan and their fans everywhere. So I took 36 hours, and feel that... Read more »

Religion of Love and Doing Good

Rare moments in life deserve a rare bout of introspection. When I’m afforded such an opportunity due to my obtuse sense of the world, I snag it with a quick hand and sentimental mind. So here it is: I stood up in a lesbian wedding last weekend. Not civil union, nor partnership, nor any other... Read more »