Building a Better Student: Pace Car

Over the summer I took a road trip, an experience that is as much a part of my DNA as my brown hair. A good portion of my youth was spent in the back seat of a Ford Galaxy 500 as my parents criss-crossed the country, and I’ve never outgrown my love of the road. […]

Building a Better Student: The Wrong Crowd

“Even if it is painful and lonely, associate with worthy companions.”  – Dogen, the great Zen master. We’ll call him Aaron, but the name is unimportant, since millions of kids fall into the same trap that ultimately derailed this young man. He was quieter than most kids, but an eager student and – at his […]