Monthly Archives: September 2018

Rugby Memories: The 60’s

September 16, 2018

We were a rag-tag group of athletes on an all-male campus without a football team and thirsting for contact… of multiple kinds. Rugby proved to be part of the answer. Our beloved Coach, Dr. John Kenyon, was the major inspiration for the program. He was a wild and wooly Scotsman who taught Experimental Psychology and…

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A Game Played Between Our Ears

September 9, 2018

  Shakespeare said, somewhere in there among the zillion good and incisive things he wrote that: “nothing is good or bad but thinking makes it so.” It occurs to me upon reflection that a significant portion of our “troubles” as humans come not from actual events, but to our flawed reactions to them. Sometimes, we…

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