So my article has been picked up by USA Today, The Gazette, and has been used as a reference in multiple other publications. I am also writing an article for the United Methodist Advocate, coming out in the March edition. The closing ceremonies are this Sunday, and I'll be making a presentation on the experience at the Methodist Student Network at 6 p.m. this Sunday. If you are near Columbia, S.C., would love to see you there! The reaction of the story has been extraordinary
I am excited to announce that the article I was writing for the Religion News Service has been published! Religion News Service Article A final "lessons learned" blog post to come out this weekend in light of the Closing Ceremonies.
North Korean cheerleaders. Not something most people can say they’ve seen. When I went to the Korea vs. Sweden hockey game yesterday (after making my brief appearance on the Today show), I was expecting just a women’s hockey game. What we witnessed was not just a hockey game, but a Korean reunification rally. It started out with just the North Korean cheerleaders. We sat facing them, and they are exactly what you would expect of North Korean cheerleaders. Their outfits 70’s s