“It takes a village …” is as cliché as it gets in today’s culture.
Yet to thrive in the ever-changing multicultural climate of health care education, the communal value encrypted in this classic idiom remains a necessary factor in the equation of success for University of Utah Health Sciences.
Sending positive energy, ju-ju, prayers, karma, thoughts and whatever else I can muster out to everyone in Vegas. #prayforvegas Though I clearly have no idea about the motive(s) of the Vegas events, I want to take time to get on my soap box from some #realtalk … Rightfully so, #guncontrol is the hot button issue […]
For Week 2 of the Midwest Appeal NCAA FBS, we have five inter-region matchups marked in red … Sept. 9 Akron Zips Arkansas-Pine Bluff Golden Lions Ball State Cardinals UAB Blazers Bowling Green Falcons South Dakota Coyotes Eastern Michigan Eagles at Rutgers Scarlet Knights Illinois Fighting Illini Western Kentucky Hilltoppers Indiana Hoosiers at Virginia Cavaliers […]
You bump into an ex-lover on Valentine’s Day—the one whom you often call “The One That Got Away.” What happens? The fight or flight instinct is unleashed. My body locks and tense pangs of adrenaline tremble through my veins as I rear my head toward the far end of the bar illuminated by a blue […]
I have been telling myself and others that wanted to start writing for years now so today I just dug up the Writer’s Digest Writing Prompt Boot Camp to spur on two weeks of craft, creativity and discipline. I am excited to get this going … As part of Day 1 in the document, writers are instructed to […]
It’s undeniable. Your brain wastes no time in sending an ‘Oh #$*%!’ surge of adrenaline through your limbs. You can’t help by pick the cords on your imaginary axe and groove along. A spine-shivering guitar solo to open a song, however brief it may be, can burn its way into your conscious and become an immediate withdrawal from your memory bank like receiving your first […]
Blocking the accomplishments and failures of his past that now seem more like out of body experiences described by Joyce Meyer than memories of his, he is solely focused on the ‘now.’ The grip of the steering wheel. The tight grip of the elastic at the top of his black dress lining around his calves. A silver watch he wore […]