JACOB WATSON LIBERAL COLUMNIST During the cold, snowy night of Thursday, Nov. 15, the Gentile Gallery was abuzz with men gathering together, beer or juice box in hand, for fellowship
JACOB WATSON LIBERAL COLUMNIST Election night has come and gone. Everyone (hopefully) has voted. Most people know the results. However, there are plenty of contested elections and discontent. It makes
JACOB WATSON LIBERAL COLUMNIST There is something more important than being right. While you may have the best policy goals, there is something more important than just getting those passed.
JACOB WATSON LIBERAL COLUMNIST In light of the Kavanaugh hearings and the new court case to take down the Affordable Care Act, I thought it could be encouraging to examine
JACOB WATSON AUSTRIAN CORRESPONDENT Since my last article, our 10-day break has come and gone. Some people went on mission while others explored parts of Europe. For my trip, I
JACOB WATSON AUSTRIAN CORRESPONDENT My last few weeks have seem colored by two prayers: “Dear Lord, help me” and “Thank God that worked out.” While many say this in passing
JACOB WATSON AUSTRIA CORRESPONDENT A month has passed since my last article, and a lot has happened. I have experienced so many things, great and small, while here and traveling.
JACOB WATSON AUSTRIAN CORRESPONDENT Flight delays, cancelled trains, overpriced taxis, talking to a Muslim about the reason for my faith, paying £12 for a pack of smokes, being offered cocaine,
JACOB WATSON AUSTRIA CORRESPONDENT I am here, and I am not sure what I expected. I spent about six hours on a plane next to a Spanish “tipo” (who I
JACOB WATSON AUSTRIA CORRESPONDENT “Perfection is the enemy of progress.” As I have been preparing for Austria, this has gone through my head and guided me. This preparation for Austria