Running on Pride: The Vice of Superbia
Sabrina Little writes about superbia, or the vice of pride, in competitive sports.
Persevering in Place
After college, I lived in Washington, D.C. for a year, working as an intern and taking a few courses. One
Justice is a Habit
Sabrina Little encourages runners to cultivate justice as a habit.
Vocation: On Re-Entering the Arena
What we can learn through time off from competition during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bowling Alone and Sheltering in Place
Sabrina Little reflects on the changing dynamics of our relationships due to COVID-19 restrictions.
The Recency Bias (And Other Mistakes You Are Probably Making)
Sabrina Little writes about the fallacies and biases related to training and racing.
Dear Sirs, I am.
An essay about how we can raise the culture of our community through our own actions.
For Its Own Sake: Reflections on Leisure
An essay on how running can be a form of leisure.
Competition and Envy
An essay about envy in running.
Thinking in Public for Runners
An essay about how to converse online.