Bobby James: 2013 by the Numbers

What a whirlwind year – time always move so quickly that it never feels like there’s ever enough.  There isn’t, really, is there? Another year is past and I’m looking forward to what comes next – but before I do, I wanted to take a moment to share with you my 2013, by the numbers. January…

The ‘Cruel Mystery’ and Butterflies of Hope

Imagine your life as an independent adult.  Now think of the decisions you’ve made in this life – where have they taken you, what have you become?  For one woman, this independence, and her decisions led to a career as a paramedic.  She was charged with working the streets of St. Louis, night after night…

Lindenwood’s Curious Gender Studies Affair

Earlier this year, Lindenwood University announced the implementation of a Gender Studies program minor.  Despite being known as the Lindenwood College for Women until 1969, the university hadn’t offered a degree program in women’s or gender studies until now. Learn More About Lindenwood’s History Gender Studies program founder, Dr. Heather Brown-Hudson said, “This University still…