It really is that time of the year. And I'm not referring to just the change in the weather (stay warm), the sports seasons (i.e. the current fall classic between the Houston Astros and Los Angeles Dodgers, football, the MLS playoffs, hockey, basketball, and related sports). It's getting to the heart of testing, especially when it comes to the SAT's and ACT's. Since September of this year (September 9, 2017 to be exact for the ACT), high school students (and beyond) are in "
When you think of a caper, some may think that's the official name of someone who walks around wearing a cape. While that may be true, that's not exactly what I have in mind. Others may equate it to one of its meanings, ranging from an activity that is ridiculous, or a playful, skipping movement or activity. If that's the case, then you're encouraged to playfully make your way to participate in an event (or activity) that is far from ridiculous, especially when it comes to
Make it happen is a catchphrase that a number of people use. It evokes a sense of urgency, focus, and covering as much ground as possible in making as positive and powerful an impact as possible. Ranging from the work we do, the work we do with others, and the work of others we are able to share and support, there are a number of people whose efforts reflect this mantra. And in Chicago, specifically in the Englewood community, there's something taking place that is "couture
Back in February of this year, a certain someone added the title of "author" to his list of professional accomplishments. Granted, he has a track record at the time as a writer for a magazine (that is defunct as of July 2016) and contributing op-ed's for a few newspapers, but taking on this challenge is one that is in some people's minds long overdue or something that makes you wonder why. After book-signings in Atlanta, Birmingham, Charlotte, Chicago, Jackson, Lilburn, Nash