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The Speech That Wouldn't Die

Al DeLuise | Posted 05.14.2016 | College
Al DeLuise

We have all been there, trapped in an auditorium or meeting where someone just droned on, oblivious of their surroundings, totally enthralled with the sound of their own voice. With graduation season upon us I recently had the misfortune to be in that exact situation.

Nephews, Nieces and a Single Uncle

Stanley Ely | Posted 07.17.2014 | Fifty
Stanley Ely

Single uncles walk an undefined line in a family. Being accepted as a bachelor (in most cases without children) is the start, but then, if he cares, comes the role the uncle carves in the family geography.

Pippa Middleton Is a DebutAunt!

Melanie Notkin | Posted 09.21.2013 | Women
Melanie Notkin

I'm thrilled for the Prince and Princess on the birth of their royal baby boy, and I am especially happy for Pippa Middleton, Princess Catherine's sister, who has become an Auntie by Relation (ABR) today -- just in time for the 5th Annual Auntie's Day.

Cooperation, Not Conflict, Between Indian Nations and New York State Should Be the Norm

David Kimelberg | Posted 11.26.2011 | New York
David Kimelberg

For too long, New York State's leaders made decisions that impacted the Seneca and other native peoples without having an adequate understanding of our history, our culture, and our sovereign and treaty rights.

The Invisible Infertility

Melanie Notkin | Posted 10.16.2011 | Women
Melanie Notkin

For women like me, we not only grieve the loss of motherhood, but we also grieve the loss of the dream, the dream of finding love and marriage resulting in that beautiful baby carriage.