Chivalry: Timely Use of A Time-honored Value

Chivalry is defined as “medieval religious, moral, and social code,” but in its contemporary usage it typically refers to the social niceties those that people of privilege—whether it is physical strength, intellectual or physical capital, social standing, or a platform from which to exert influence—extend...

The TSA is broken. We can all agree on that, right?

Not broken in the sense that there are issues everyday thankfully but broken in the sense that we don’t feel fundamentally safer when we fly because of it. In parallel our Veterans, our heroes, the ones who sacrifice their lives for the safety of our country...

My Journey from Overweight Hypocrite to Ambitious Athlete

I ran my first marathon in New York City on November 5th, 2017. This adventure wasn’t just about going out and running a fast time, although through the process I’ve fallen in love with running and become a time-obsessed runner. This was a life exercise,...

5 Expert Tips on Hydrating for a Marathon

26.2 miles. It’s a number any long-distance runner knows all too-well. For a marathoner, it’s where they hit their stride. Nothing less will do! But, taking all those steps can take a toll on your body. With more than 98,000 runners expected for this year’s New...