By Dave Burton
Charlottesville, VA – Thoughts about a brother's generosity. Dave Burton is an aquatic therapist at the Kluge Children's Rehabilitation Center in Charlottesville.
Information on organ donation can be obtained on these two websites:
Save 7 Lives
DMV Organ Donation Page
By Kevin McTighe
Harrisonburg, VA – In this essay, Kevin McTighe gives us his thoughts on the Middle East Peace Process. Kevin McTighe is a senior with the James Madison University Communications department.
If you're interested in hearing more ideas about a path to peace in the middle east, JMU is hosting a national debate on the topic on Thursday March, 13.
By Marcia Rempel Weaver
Harrisonburg, VA – One mother's take on health care expense. Marcia Rempel Weaver is the mother of two school-aged children, and a student at Eastern Mennonite Seminary.
By Sherrika Nowell
Charlottesville, VA – One woman's thoughts on the difficulties of getting ahead. Sherrika Nowell lives in Charlottesville, Virginia, and works for a non-profit.
By Leslie Durr
Charlottesville, VA – Politics, economics, and dating. Leslie Durr is with an advance practice nurse with a psychotherapist practice in Charlottesville.
By Lennis Echterling
Harrisonburg, VA – A listener's thoughts on the universal applicability of Valentine's Day. Lennie Echterling teaches counseling psychology at James Madison University.
By Ernie Didot
Harrisonburg, VA – Thoughts on an unexpected source of physical fitness. Ernie Didot is a videographer and educator in international development.
By John Whitfield
Staunton, VA – A call to return to Virginia's historical regulation of usurious interest rates. John Whitfield lives in Staunton, Virginia.
By Kurtis Sauder
Staunton, VA – Thoughts on the potential intrusiveness of magical thinking in the practice of medicine. Kurtis Sauder is a pediatrician practicing in Staunton, Virginia.
By Sam Nickels
Harrisonburg, VA – Thoughts on teaching our children. Sam Nickels lives in the Shenandoah Valley with his children Heather, Alex and Anna.