"Funemployed"

"Funemployed"

Let me start off by saying that I hate this term I’ve been seeing on social media, “Funemployed.” Don’t know what I’m talking about? Parents - raise your hand if you have seen...

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Failures of Kindness

July 2

Failures of Kindness

Syracuse man and acclaimed author George Saunders gave the commencement address at the school this year.

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June 30

Get Comfortable Being Uncomfortable

Life sometimes often works in strange ways. Often, things happen opposite from how you believe it should. At times, things that you may believe are positives, may result in negative outcomes. Therefore,...

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A College Education is a GAME CHANGER

June 23

A College Education is a GAME CHANGER

With everything going on in our nation today, we must look at the BIG PICTURE. How can each of us help make the world a better place? If you're not sure how...

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The POWER of Dads

June 21

The POWER of Dads

A few years ago, I held a contest for children to submit stories about them and their fathers. This one hit me differently... Ken Griffey Sr. & Jr. Ever since...

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Love me, hate me, but don't forget about me!

June 18

Love me, hate me, but don't forget about me!

It's one thing to be socially distant. But that doesn't mean you should be emotionally and spiritually distanced. We can't be living by the terms "out of sight, out of...

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Going to Syracuse Was One of the BEST Decisions of my Life

June 16

Going to Syracuse Was One of the BEST Decisions of my Life

Going to Syracuse and becoming an Orangeman was one of the best decisions of my life... Overcoming objections is a necessary part of chasing your goals. A little story: Some...

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Imagine if we all did just one thing today...

June 12

Imagine if we all did just one thing today...

I don't think there's anybody who's not troubled by everything that's going on in the world right now. One thing I've learned from all of this is that you need...

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Neck Up or Neck Down

June 9

Neck Up or Neck Down

As a kid, I always thought that I was a lot smarter than I actually was. I believed that I was too cool, too good looking, too smart. There were...

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