As Charlie Chaplin said, “Laughter is the tonic, the relief, the surcease for pain.” Dr. Sharon Yoder is no stranger to tragedy, but she has convinced people the world over that in societies barraged by unsettling headlines, humor is palliative.
As he fights his own neuromuscular disorder, a WilmU student helps others to do the same. Rob DeMasi even remembers the name of the play: “Boston.” “It was a blast up the middle,” he says. “Fullback leading me to the hole between the center and left guard.” The play occurred early in the second game […]
WilmU alumnus Georgeton Charles wants to use his education to help rebuild his native Haiti, a country the world has seemingly forgotten. On Jan. 12, 2010, Georgeton Charles found himself searching the wreckage to find his father and only brother amid the chaos of the 7.0-magnitude earthquake that had struck his native Haiti. The quake […]