I've been traveling a lot lately and I enjoy long plane rides if only because they permit me to read. Lately I've encountered numerous stories about 1967's "Summer of Love" (SCA's 50th isn't the only anniversary going on).
I did the evening drive to Voyageurs at, shall we say, warp speed. In fact, as I navigated northward the lightning bugs glancing off my windshield could have been phaser blasts deflecting off my force field. If, you know, such things were real.
by Katie Sobalsky, SCA Intern
Eating with Ethics
This is something that Iâ€™ve grown to understand and appreciate. My time at Green Mountain College has instilled in me a deeper understanding of the importance of what we eat. Not just for our own personal health, but the health of the planet. I feel that as an environmentalist what I choose to eat is just as important as my other life choices, such as choosing to be a part of the SCA.
A conventional timeline suggests that time moves relentlessly forward. A pocketwatch shows that time moves in perpetual circles. All I can say is that time...moves...me.