The Last Generation

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Come To Change

I’m trying this new thing where I attempt to understand people who hold a different position than I do, rather than just assuming they’re stupid… What I can’t understand is all these people leading the civil assault against marriage equality.

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No Resolutions

As we move into 2012, I’ve noticed that most people seem preoccupied with two things: resolutions and the coming Apocalypse. I personally am expecting little on December 21, 2012. But, you see, there’s a certain secret I want you to know.

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Marching On

We’re becoming increasingly plugged in. And I worry, as everything that possibly can go digital does so, that we’re going to be unwilling to wait patiently on the things that can’t.

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Americana

Zion is the kind of small town that too many of us Last Generation kids never escape. Community college and the food-service-industry greedily devour a lot of the town’s youth.

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The Great Betrayal

When I was younger, I had a problem with mirrors. I would go out of my way to avoid them, always being sure to keep the medicine cabinet open. The thing of it was, if I looked into one long enough, it really didn’t seem like I was looking at myself anymore.

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Welcome to The Last Generation

As a former Gator (class of ’10 and, of course, an English major) currently self-exiled to the frigid north at Harvard Law, I’ll be your guide—or a whimsical psychopomp, perhaps—on this blog journey we’re about to begin.