To get back in the saddle is an idiom suggesting a return to something that is familiar. We return to campus tomorrow (Monday, January 18), which is somewhat familiar, but with potential unpredictable variables. We made it through the first semester, through our fall and winter breaks. Families have recently returned from abroad in time … More Back in the Saddle
Hello, On Tuesday January 19th I will receive my last dose of radiation at the cancer institute in Budapest. This may or may not mean that I am done with this fight, but it does mean that I am done with chemotherapy and radiation treatments. This was as difficult as people told me that it … More A Letter from Jason Stehly
Dr. Delaney Ruston – Given all we are facing these days, we are all looking for things to be hopeful about. So let’s talk about hope — is it teachable? Ten years ago, when I was at the World Health Organization (WHO) presenting a film I made on mental health, I met Kathryn Goetzke. She … More Hope — Is It Teachable?