The Spectator

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What I Should Have Learned in College

November 29, 2017

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The Opposite of Thanksgiving

November 15, 2017

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Life Hacks

November 8, 2017

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The Significance of a Minute

November 1, 2017

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An Economic Meditation

Chris Salsbury, Author

October 25, 2017

Imagine playing the game of Monopoly with your friends. According to the rules, no one can be forced to trade with anyone they don’t wish to and properties are acquired by chance landings or the strategic use of cash. You may notice that the game always ends in the same manner: one player gets all the money. I would argue that this stands as a rea...

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Life Hacks

October 25, 2017

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Birds of a Feather…

October 18, 2017

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Fake It ‘Till You Make It

October 11, 2017

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The College Crest

Chris Salsbury, Author

October 4, 2017

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Dear Christopher…

June 1, 2017

Q: Hey Chris. Do you f*** with da war? A: Hey there stranger, I often consider your question, but only when I'm pillow talkin with a vegetarian gal or contemplating alien invasion. Please don't neglect the...

On This Day We Become Legendary, Everything We Dreamed Of

Chris Salsbury, Author

June 1, 2017

Seniors. In just over a week you will walk across a stage, receive a degree and begin the rest of your life. I know, quite cliché, but if you take a moment and imagine a broader picture of your existence you will hopefully come to realize there is much more to be experienced in a life that—for most college students—is not even a quarter lived. The...

Valuing Diversity

Chris Salsbury, Author

May 3, 2017

They say a picture paints a thousand words—this is only 500. I ask you to read on with an open mind and an empathetic lens; also, to email me because I always appreciate a good discussion. To some extent, we are all probably aware that one is defined both by their experiences and by how one applies the lessons from those self-histories as they...

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