Day: July 3, 2020

In Debt to a Traitor

By Dan FitzPatrick Our celebration this week of the birth of our nation will include public readings of the Declaration of Independence, officially approved…

A Tiny Shrew Packs a Mighty Punch

Each year an astounding 20,000 new species are discovered. Among them are some of the most fascinating life forms on the planet. Meet a tiny wonder named after the Norse God of Thunder.

Brunswick Alum Aaron Sabato

Sabato Drafted by MLB’s Twins in First Round By Paul Silverfarb The 2020 Major League Baseball draft has come and gone and still Brunswick…

Policing in the Town of Greenwich

Last week, the Greenwich Police Department released an 11 page document detailing how they police and engage with the community in thoughtful, safe and effective ways. The document outlines how the GPD engages with the community, policy on racial profiling and use of force, and proactive measures the department takes to keep the community safe.

My Dad, My Hero

By Kendra Farn Finz 20 years ago today my dad, my hero, and my role model in life was taken away far too early.…

I’m Sittin’ on the Dock of the Bay

Some of the best thinking happens when kids are ‘bored’. So take away their phone, iPad, or Chromebook. Block Fortnite, and Instaface ( I know it's not really called that) and let them be ‘bored’. Rather than fix it, encourage it.

Don’t Panic: A Movement in Education

Don't Panic is a fledgling movement in education and a term coined by veteran homeschooler, Adrianne Roberts. Read here about the experiences that inspired this idea and some simple ways that you, too, might move out of panic mode.

Let Freedom Ring

By Marek P. Zabriskie This Saturday, our nation will celebrate the 244th anniversary of our nation’s independence. As a child, my family and I…
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