Monthly Archives: March 2016

Slavery, Prison and…Easter?

-Paige Trivett Alleluia, He is Risen! Well, now what? I often struggle with the transition out of Lent. Every year, I am reminded of the sacrifice Jesus made for me. And every year without fail, I am overwhelmed by the … Continue reading

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Ouch: Lenten Anecdote from the Wounded GotH

  Lissie Baker, Anna Julia Cooper Episcopal School Exactly a month ago, I had surgery on my left arm to stabilize torn cartilage in my wrist. The tear was cleaned arthroscopically; however, since it couldn’t be repaired, my arm was … Continue reading

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Hannah’s Haitian Adventures, Part 1: Preparation

-Hannah Roberts In a little over two weeks, I am going to Haiti. The main reason for my visit is the Haiti Connection conference, in which parishes from around the U.S. and Haiti gather in Port-au-Prince to discuss development in … Continue reading

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The Death of the PlayStation

When I moved into GOTH Manor, I delightfully took up a forgotten childhood hobby of mine: videogames. It was one of the primary ways my older brother and I spent time together. Picking up a controller reminded me of games … Continue reading

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