9/11 A Reflection – C. Dianne Phillips

On the morning of 9/11, I was preparing to teach a Physics Lab on Bernoulli's principle. My students were experimenting with the design of aircraft wings as they investigated the physics of "lift." This meant that they would have to propose various designs and develop a methodology for testing the efficacy of their designs. The … Continue reading 9/11 A Reflection – C. Dianne Phillips

Justice and Poverty – Isn’t the person’s dignity more important than their ability to pay?

Today I passed a car where a young father and his child had spun off of the interstate and landed down an embankment and skidded into a muddy grove of shrubs and trees.  A state trooper had stopped to help, so everything would be ok, right?  Not really. LOSS OF A JOB: As it turns … Continue reading Justice and Poverty – Isn’t the person’s dignity more important than their ability to pay?