Exploring the “Ell” in DEL

It’s for each of us to reflect on those moments in our lives when ideas are more deeply understood, when lessons are truly learned. That, I think anyway, is the essence of growth and leadership. And so, on a recent trip to Durham to start our third (2nd year) or first (1st year) semester as … Continue reading

Utah’s Climate Struggle

In honor of the Climate march this weekend, I want to share some fossil fuel resistance from my neck of the woods. On July 21st, Uintah County law enforcement officers arrested 21 activists engaged in an act of civil disobedience at the only active tar sands mining operation in the United … Continue reading