On July 2, 1776 the Second Continental Congress passed the resolution of independence, officially severing ties of the thirteen original colonies from the British crown. It was only on the 4th of July that Declaration of Independence, a document explaining the prior vote, was approved. I hope that this week my fellow Americans will remember our fundamental freedoms and those that defend them.
This past spring we took a group of students out to San Francisco. The trip would not be complete without a visit […]
Over Memorial Day weekend we had the pleasure of being on Tybee Island and the nearby water. At low tide sandbars appear […]
When in Rome…we visited perhaps the most interesting monument to me, a scholar of ancient Judaism. The Arch of Titus was built […]
Snow was falling on Penn State’s University Park campus in mid December 2013. Students had organized a vigil in front of the […]