My name is Scott Voland. It was given to me by my parents and forms the core of my identity. At the same time, I acquired other names - son, grandson, cousin. In time, I also became known as brother, schoolmate, and friend. Over the years, I’ve added other names; other identities. Some were the … Continue reading Who Do You Think You Are?
Last Monday, I accompanied my son Alex on a visit to Lubbock Christian University. Alex is a junior and LCU is one of the colleges he is considering attending after graduation. Periodically, the school will host what’s known as “Chap Day,” a structured introduction to the university’s programs, facilities, and faculty for high school juniors … Continue reading What’s in a Name? The Importance of Being Known