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The Roanoke Star prints my comments about the word “overeducated.”

I am so pleased to see The Roanoke Star today print my commentary about the recent popular discussion of the word “overeducated.”  You can find it here over at The Roanoke Star’s website.

Thank you, Publisher Stuart Revercomb, for allowing me to share my thoughts at this terrific venue for local news and commentary.



The Roanoke Star published my letter about the Ukrainian people.

I am honored today to see The Roanoke Star publish my letter to the editor about the Ukrainian people.  You can find it right here.

Thanks to Publisher Stuart Revercomb for allowing me to share my thoughts with my neighbors in Roanoke!



The Roanoke Star and Mill Mountain, Virginia, October 2016

The Roanoke Star has crested Mill Mountain more than 1,000 feet above the city since 1949.  It is visible for 60 miles, and results in Roanoke’s nickname as the “Star City.”

The views of the Roanoke Valley from the mountain’s crown are breathtaking.

 

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