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Feminism: a term misunderstood

I wrote an editorial for BYU-Idaho’s school newspaper, the Scroll in March of 2016 about Feminism and my view on it.

Follow this link to read the editorial.


“How well do you focus and keep focused while at work?”

This is yet another question I have received a few times lately as I’ve been interviewing for jobs. 533 more words


Senior Project: Part 1

And so it begins.

It took plenty of time (too much, really) to figure out what I was doing for my project and why it matters. 166 more words


An open letter to my students

I don’t talk openly about this chapter of my life too often.

When I do, it’s often for a well-timed, calculated purpose.

This time, it’s because a little voice in the corner of my heart kept telling me to share. 458 more words


I said no. I still can’t believe I did it, but I did.

About a year ago, my wife and I both had a strong impression that I needed to finish my master’s degree early. 691 more words


Why do I need a counterargument?

Some students don’t quite get the idea of a counterargument. Why would we want to show the weaknesses of our argument or bring up a point that might convince readers that our thesis is not the best answer to the problem we’re addressing? 423 more words