On Chivalry (or as I like to call it, Sexist Microaggressions)

For the most part, I do not encounter active, conscious sexism on a regular basis. Most people will acquiesce that social equality is a pretty good idea. It's rare for me to encounter folks (especially in my age group) who voice or act on obvious and explicit sexist attitudes. But I still experience sexism all … Continue reading On Chivalry (or as I like to call it, Sexist Microaggressions)

There’s More to Life Than Work (I Think)

You should work to live, not live to work. I have, in very recent history, openly scoffed at this adage. I have thought to myself, "My work is not just work...itĀ is life. My work is meaningful and important, so I don't need to worry aboutĀ keeping my work time under control. Everything just blends together and … Continue reading There’s More to Life Than Work (I Think)

The Real Life of Student Affairs Professionals

October is upon us. That means it's Careers in Student Affairs Month! The annual occasion when we turn our attention to doing our darndest to indoctrinate bright-eyed student leaders into the cult of Student Affairs. Or perhaps more accurately put, a time when we reflect on our own career paths, our professional aspirations and goals, … Continue reading The Real Life of Student Affairs Professionals