History is Richard Veit’s life’s work. As professor of anthropology at Monmouth University and director of the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, as well as an accomplished author on Native American history, he knows intimately the history of the Native American people in New Jersey. But it’s Viet’s correlation between the suffering of […]
A natural disaster like superstorm Sandy can trigger several emotions. One can wax nostalgic and settle for an over-glorified past when “things were better in the good ol’ days”. Or you can press on, embrace uncertainty with an open mind and open heart. Out of darkness comes light. No where is this better expressed than in Roddy Wildeman’s art.