September 30, 2014
by Dr. R. Scott


How can you explain it? You are walking on a street. There is an electrical box. Someone has used the box as a canvas. You stop and look at the art. You take a picture. You think about it for … Continue reading

September 15, 2014
by Dr. R. Scott
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No one has done more to help us understand our passages in life than Gail Sheehy. She has written about men. About women. About couples. And throughout the many decades she has been publishing, her thesis has remained remarkably consistent: … Continue reading

September 12, 2014
by Dr. R. Scott


Someone asked me recently, “Have you been reading this summer?” Of course! And I would recommend a book that many consider one of the best but least-known books in American literature. Stoner by John Williams. It’s beautifully written. A true … Continue reading

September 10, 2014
by Dr. R. Scott


For my father and grandfather it was December 7, 1941. As the President said, “A day that shall live in infamy.” And he was right. But for me the date is September 11, 2001. The shorthand is simple – 9/11. … Continue reading