Monthly Archives: April 2020


The campus of Kent State University is lifeless. At nine o’clock on a Thursday morning, Risman Plaza should be overwhelmed with pedestrians, cyclists, skateboarders, protesters, recruiters — possibly even swordsmen (the live-action role-playing kind). Especially in the last week of … Continue reading

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Neighborhood Squabbles

We’ve been following the government’s orders to Stay at Home for five weeks now. As a result, we’re getting very acquainted with our house, our land, and its surrounding environment. Especially the natural environment. Nature’s changes often go unnoticed because … Continue reading

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