Mirror, Mirror

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Pump It Up

Toward the end of eighth grade, I took the New York State Regents Exam for algebra. A few days later, my math teacher told our class that three of us had aced the exam and gotten a score of 100 — “Miss Imhof, Mr. Baker, and Mr. Lukas.” Upon hearing my name, I . . . → Read More: Pump It Up

Some Thoughts About Rebranding vs. Redesign

There’s a word that has become increasingly prevalent when people refer to new uniforms. It’s a word I see being used in various media outlets, on Twitter, and even in the comments section of this website you’re reading right now. The word is “rebranding,” and its spread throughout the uni-verse needs to stop. . . . → Read More: Some Thoughts About Rebranding vs. Redesign

Back in the Saddle

Hi there. Miss me?

Before I get started, please join me in giving a standing O to deputy editor Phil Hecken, who did a great job of keeping the site running smoothly in my absence. He’s too nice a guy to complain about my annual August break, but I’m sure he finds it . . . → Read More: Back in the Saddle