Lion's Roar

Greg Snyder

I WAS RAISED IN YORK County, Pennsylvania. My extended family are ethnically Pennsylvania Dutch, and I was steeped in that culture as a child. My relatives were mostly farmers and factory laborers.

I attended the University of Texas, focusing on anthropology and philosophy. During college, I engaged in

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