Brian gave 20 years of his life to learning the Classics, got a named fellowship to the American School in Athens, and finished his PhD at Berkeley. He then taught history and math to at-risk students, wrote about his passions from Greek history, and now teaches our two children while supporting us gastronomically by being a wonderful home-chef and the driving force of ethics in our home (mom is a bit of a wild card). He wanted to use his $89K debt for academia towards being part of academia but sacrificed that for his family. This student debt hangs over his head constantly, and I would like to relieve it for him, to thank him for his sacrifice. Did I mention he was a military veteran as well?