Waze is My New Favorite App

I love Android and Google Maps. I’ve used them for years and would have gotten lost many times if it weren’t for the free turn-by-turn navigation. Also, Maps keeps getting better with features like its traffic view, and for a while my only complaint was that it wouldn’t remember my decision to avoid toll roads. […]

A Case for the Kindle (and How it Got Me into Reading)

I’d like to make a case for the Kindle – and not the kind you put around it. In middle and high school, I begrudgingly read required materials, but rarely (if ever) read for pleasure. A bit over a year ago I decided that I wanted to start reading on my own time, so I […]

View Hidden LinkedIn Profiles: A Workaround

A few weeks ago I said I wanted to “Return to the Blogosphere.” Since then, I have started writing three posts, but published none. In an effort to make good on my promise, I figured I would go ahead and share a tip that I use often, especially┬áthis time of year as I begin my […]

Return to the Blogosphere

I’ve never been a huge fan of blogging. I’ve done it because I had to, and I’ve done it on a couple of occasions thanks to a burst of inspiration and a slow evening. However, some of the doubts I expressed in the first post I ever wrote on this site still remain – namely, […]

Sex Trafficking in Europe: Final research paper

My time in Europe was largely defined by the subject of sex trafficking and efforts against it. After researching and planning throughout the previous semester, Karli Bryant, Austin Larrowe, Danielle Smalls, Wes Williams, and I spent a significant portion of our time in Europe investigating the issue through contacts with various organizations. We spoke with […]