Category: Columnists

Cleaning My Closet: Pre-Mortality

Cleaning My Closet: Pre-Mortality

By Meredith Elizabeth Reiniger I am old. This I know. If ever I doubt my Condition of Extreme Elderliness, I can summons a computer form requiring select-your-birth-date. Scrolling down seventy-three choices until I reach...

Shoulders To Stand On: HIV/AIDS Treatment – Where Are We Now in 2017?

Shoulders To Stand On: HIV/AIDS Treatment – Where Are We Now in 2017?

By Evelyn Bailey We have looked at past HIV/AIDS treatments, advances and societal issues. Improvements have been made, more are needed. Today the number of HIV positive cases is on the increase, while testing...

Safer Computing: The Red Queen’s Race

Safer Computing: The Red Queen’s Race

By David Frier “Well, in our country,” said Alice, still panting a little, “you’d generally get to somewhere else—if you run very fast for a long time, as we’ve been doing.” “A slow sort...

LGBTQ History Month’s emerging canon

LGBTQ History Month’s emerging canon

By Rev. Irene Monroe Winston Churchill said that “history is written by the winners.” When the Stonewall Riots occurred in 1969, the history of an oppressed people finally got national attention. And, since that...

Growing Up By Eric Bellmann: Goodbye

Growing Up By Eric Bellmann: Goodbye

This is my last column. Many ways to leave. Ghosting is the worst. That’s when someone just cuts you off without warning or explanation. But many of you have been good friends, loyal readers...