As you know, I did spend some time in Berlin as a part of an exchange program. Upon my return, I was caught up in helping to plan for the arrival of the Berliners. And for the last two weeks, my internet has been out at home, making it rather difficult to blog.
At any rate, I'm back and will be posting regularly again. Please bear with me, though, over the next three weeks, I'll be extremely busy with the completion of my Master's degree. Nineteen consecutive years of schooling is coming to an end, and I can see the proverbial light at the end of the tunnel. I hope it's not an oncoming train.
Please remember that you can always catch my column Wednesdays at noon on The New Gay, where I write about issues relevant to the LGBT community.
And if you live in the Washington, DC region and are a regular Metro rider, you can help me out with one of my final projects. A classmate and I are looking at route decision-making within transit. To that end, we've set up a survey. Please find the details here. I'll post the results of the project on Track Twenty-Nine.