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Begin Again

As much as Boulder was our home, after Matt had a stroke and we went back, we had to accept the fact that our life there was not the same. 1,817 more words


RIC Movement

An opportunity to learn more about RIC will be offered this Sunday, September 23, at the Sunday School hour in the sanctuary. The RIC Core Team will give an overview of the process, be available for questions, and provide additional tools and resources as we begin this journey together. 1,018 more words



Imposter syndrome is defined as, “a psychological pattern in which an individual doubts their accomplishments and has a persistent internalized fear of being exposed as a ‘fraud.'” 2,150 more words


Studying Everyday Objects Anthropologically

A good friend of mine once referred to anthropology as “the study of stuff.” He wasn’t wrong. Pretty much anything that has anything to do with humans, and everything humans have ever had anything to do with is fair game for the anthropologist. 734 more words


Well...this isn't at all what I expected.

As the majority of you probably know, and the rest of you will know by the end of this sentence–I have a degree in anthropology. 2,154 more words


#OTD in 1923 – The Civic Guard is renamed the Garda Síochana.

An Garda Síochána (meaning “the Guardian of the Peace”), more commonly referred to as the Gardaí (“Guardians”), is the police force of Ireland. The service is headed by the Commissioner of An Garda Síochána who is appointed by the Irish government. 288 more words

Irish History

4/8/1918 Gaelic Sunday: Irish athletes defy the British Empire

With failure of the German offensives on the Western Front the threat of conscription in Ireland has receded. Nevertheless the country remains in a ferment, with nationalists continuing to campaign against any proposal to introduce… 232 more words