April 13th, 2020

On the Other Side of COVID-19

We heard the first glimmers of people, including Gov. Cuomo of New York, talking about how to restart the economy. If you are a free market champion, you might want to subscribe to Unleash Prosperity. But onto class stuff. I hope by the time I graduate in December (and that I hope for, too), we will be on the other

April 2nd, 2020

Back to Zoom

We were back in class, virtually, on Wednesday using Zoom. I used the word zoom for as long as I can remember, but Zoom in this sense is a new way of using the word to get together in this socially distant world. I really enjoyed the reading this week. I used another word I never use–intersectionality. But in this

March 18th, 2020

Hit Pause

With the onslaught of COVID-19, we are out of class until the end of the semester. We will be doing our work but figuring out how to do it. I’m not worried, I’ve been through a few of these. I worry about my colleagues who are younger and may have compromised immune systems. But, in general, we have seen this