To Miss Oliver: an obituary of a walking poet

13 hours ago Triangle 0
Written by: Nathan Ecarma, Editor-in-Chief I had just met Miss Oliver. She had taken me on walks through forests and even swamps, pointing out this and that. Those walks were slow, and there weren’t many words; but when there were, they counted. And I always understood what she said. I may have had to mouth Read More

Corruption on the Court

13 hours ago Triangle 0
Written by: Nathan Ecarma, Editor-in-Chief A 28-year-old known as Maestro sits in detention in Belgium, facing charges for tennis match-fixing and organizing crime among other charges. Maestro would fix matches through encrypted messages with low-ranking players. He would send people to place small bets in small tournaments. Four players involved sit in police custody in Read More

From Nashville to the Netherlands

13 hours ago Triangle 0
Written by: Nathan Ecarma, Editor-in-Chief Around 250 Dutch leaders recently signed a translation of the Nashville Statement, and LGBT activists have spoken back. Now the Netherlands government has been brought in to see if Dutch law has been broken by these leaders.   When political leaders of parliament in Amsterdam signed the document, a pro-LGBT Read More

Me and my iPhone

1 month ago Triangle 0
Written by: Nathan Ecarma, Editor-in-Chief My phone is calling. It’s sitting on the arm of the couch, and it’s not ringing, but it is calling. It’s calling me not because it’s evil but because I am addicted, and my addiction, my connection to my phone, calls me, asking of me my time—little spurts there and Read More