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A lesson in antagonistics- The Gangs of New York

In addition to the original sources we use for our study of antagonistics, or the gentlemanly arts of self-defence, it can often be useful to look at contemporary accounts of criminals. 630 more words

Historical Fencing

An Unexpected Summer

By this time next week I’ll be heading to Kampala, Uganda.  In just one week I will be starting my post-Asbury life, a year in Uganda serving as an Investigations Intern for International Justice Mission. 395 more words

Weekly Updates

Getting My Feet Wet

Tomorrow marks the halfway point of my time here in Honduras. It’s so hard to believe how quickly the time has gone.

Throughout my five weeks so far, I have had several different jobs from gopher to assistant teacher. 483 more words


I Missed Donut Day

Today is a lazy Saturday, so what better time to sit down and write a blog post?

After a few weeks of craziness, I have finally settled into a routine. 260 more words


I Am Lazy

I’m about to begin my third week here in Honduras. I can hardly believe the time has gone so quickly!

I spent the first part of this week with “Eduardo el gringo,” a missionary to La Esperanza. 363 more words


Runapalooza Half Marathon: Or How I Ran A Half Without Training...And Lived! 

After surviving a back to back 10K and Half at Disney Princess Half Marathon Weekend, I came home on a total runner’s high. Somehow it only took me a nap and about a half hour of crying to forget how awful I felt after completing my first ever half marathon and I was soon searching for my next race. 737 more words

Builder’s Big Heart Goes out to 10-Year Old in Need

by Loraine Kasprzak

My friend Frank Coppola runs Coppola Brothers, a rapidly growing construction company located in Asbury, New Jersey. He recently asked me to help him tell a story that is near and dear to his heart. 390 more words