A Cause Worth Supporting: AIDS Walk Philly


This year marks the second time I’m participating in AIDS Walk Philly. It’s a great event that supports a disease that doesn’t get the attention it deserves. AIDS still affects millions of people worldwide, so I’m more than happy to do my part to help find a cure. Thanks to the generosity of others, I’ve already raised more than $250 this year (including online and in-person contributions), but I see no reason to stop there. If you’d like to sponsor me for this event, please visit my page and donate as little or as much as you like; every dollar counts. Thanks for your support!

How The Golden Girls Broke New Ground


When I was in my last year as an undergrad at Temple University, I decided to take a course called TV Criticism. It was fascinating, and it was also the first time I was introduced to Lost, which is now one of my favorite shows of all time.

For my final paper, I decided to write about what I consider to be the greatest sitcom ever, The Golden Girls. For the purpose of this blog post, I rewrote some parts and cleaned it up. Thankfully, I’m a better writer now than I was four years ago. Enjoy!

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