Will Clarke's newest novel: The Neon Palm Of Madame Melançon

Congrats to Will Clarke for his latest book, "The Neon Palm of Madame Melançon". Sounds like a great read that's going to explore all kinds of philosophical theories about existentialism, the future, and much more. I can't wait to find out exactly what he means by "Magic is just science that we don't understand yet". Clarke's official launch party and book signing took place at Interabang Books in Dallas, TX.

Statement regarding Charlottesville, VA Nazi Rally

I am appalled by the violence in Charlottesville, VA. I wholly condemn all the violent actions by the White supremacists/nationalists in the city. Our communities are composed of people that look, speak, and act differently than each other, and that is a trait of a healthy society. Bigotry and hatred have no place in our nation. We cannot be tolerant of this behavior, and it is our duty to speak up against these ideologies. This is no time to be passive as the racism and evil we witnessed will not "fade away" unless there is specific and intentional action taken. To the families and loved ones of those killed and injured, I give my deepest condolences. Please, don't be a bystander. Your 

King of the Hilltop 2: Electric Boogaloo

I moved in to my residential community today with many other members of the Morrison-McGinnis leadership team, and I couldn't be more excited for what this next year will bring. I'm looking to delve deep into my classes where I'll be learning all sorts of things ranging from the intricacies of electronic circuits to the archetypes found in foreign films. It's going to be a year filled with friends willing to do crazy things to "keep things interesting". A lot of my friends have told me not to "grasp the cup too hard" - that should be easy (I guess...). This year's going to be especially meaningful because I've gotten through my first year as a full-fledged college student. I hope I'll be abl

The 2017 Dallas Regional Chamber Intern Presentation shows that Dallas is prepared for the #NewDalla

Every year, the Dallas Regional Chamber has a cohort of 8-10 interns who are college students from around the country. I had the privilege of being an intern last summer where I learned more about the city development initiatives and policy advocacy in the Dallas area than I'd ever learned about before. Each cohort is given a final presentation topic that is presented to the entire Chamber staff. Usually, the topic is related to talent attraction and what Millennials like about the greater Dallas area as well as what they would like to see changed. This project requires a lot of research about the different aspects of living in Dallas, including economic opportunity and culture. The program

The Dallas chapter of the New Leaders Council will shape the future of our nation

I had the privilege of being able to attend the launch party for the Dallas chapter of the New Leaders Council (NLC). The organization brought in some very impressive speakers who talked about mobilization and the importance of civic servants actively serving their communities. I was able to meet Michael Blake, the Vice Chair of the Democratic National Conference, and could talk with him about his experiences leading a political movement at that level. I got to meet with Aditi Hardikar, the former LGBT liaison in the Obama adminstration, La'Shadion Shemwell, McKinney City Councilman, along with many others who want to take an active role in making our community stronger. I'm looking forward

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