24-Hour Count Helps Measure Needs

March 10, 2020

Ever heard of the “coastline paradox”? It’s the idea that explains why a coastline is considered so difficult to accurately measure: Smaller units of measurement allow more precise measurements of the coastline’s nooks and crannies, […]

The Camp10 – Rev. Bethany Meier

August 1, 2019

This summer seems to be flying by! I’m not sure about anyone else, but I’ve been enjoying swimming, cookouts, and Royals baseball! I’ve also attended some weddings, so I was excited to learn about the […]

The Camp 10 – Davis Hammet

January 31, 2019

Well, as I write, the sun is actually out! It has been a while! This month, I interviewed Davis Hammet, who many may know from his work with the organization Planting Peace and Topeka’s Equality […]

The Camp10 – Angie Cottrell

October 12, 2017

School is back in session, mornings are getting cooler, and pumpkin-spice everything is showing up everywhere. With thoughts of school days (at least college school days!), I interviewed Angie Cottrell, who works at the University […]

Sunday Storytime: Deja’s Reading Rainbow

June 25, 2017

Happy Pride Month, Lawrence! We’ve got a superstar guest joining us for an all-ages storytime this weekend. Miss Deja Brooks will read stories celebrating our local LGBTQIA+ community, families of all kinds, fun, and of […]

Warning: These Red Flags Signal Boundary Violations

July 28, 2016

Relationships are wonderful – and also difficult. Early in a relationship, it’s not easy to tell whether it will become abusive. Romantic relationships have four stages, according to Charlotte Kasl, a psychotherapist and the author […]