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July 7, 2017

My nephew, who will be a senior at George Washington High School this fall, wants to be a veterinarian. So I asked him what courses he will be taking this fall. He described his schedule as “pretty ch...

May 31, 2017

When my daughter graduated from nursing school, of course I was very proud. What I did not realize was the extent to which that pride would reach. My heart swells whenever, at funerals or other events...

April 5, 2017

    Given that this column is being written on Freedom of Information day (which also happens to be the day I was born – I was destined to be a journalist), I need to give kudos first to Bob Klitzkie,...

March 3, 2017

   Knowledge is power, so the saying goes. That's why institutions of higher learning often seek out different perspectives with regard to their fields of study.

   Considering the different facet...

January 3, 2017

Now that the election is over, and a majority of the Republican electors sold their souls and cast their ballots for (gulp - it is really difficult for me to write this phrase) “President Trump,” let’...

December 4, 2016

Even though Hillary lost, women still rock the world.

We also rock Guam, as was evident during the “Women in Journalism” discussion hosted by Humanities Guahan at the GCC Learning Resource Center on Oc...

November 8, 2016

I often tell people that this presidential election reminds me of the 1991 gubernatorial election in Louisiana. Normally I don’t follow Louisiana politics, but my former Guam Cable TV news director an...

October 20, 2016

Guam is my home, and has been for 32 years. In past presidential elections, my frustration at not having been able to cast a vote has been mild at best. I just shrugged it off as a consequence of havi...

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