The Survival Skills of Dale Rodgers

One morning, at precisely six fifteen and forty-two seconds, Dale Rodgers woke up. The alarm clock sitting on his dresser across the room had been going off for forty-two seconds without waking him, until it did. Dale was known to be heavy sleeper. “Dale, you could sleep through anything. You sleep like a frog!” hisContinue reading “The Survival Skills of Dale Rodgers”

A Summary on an Evening with Thomas Friedman

 I went to an event on Wednesday, May 30, 2012 hosted by Advance Illinois, the Gorter Family Foundation and the North Chicago Community Partners in collaboration with Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science and my school, Trinity International University, which featured a lecture from New York Times Foreign Affairs Columnist and author Thomas L.Continue reading “A Summary on an Evening with Thomas Friedman”