Consider two anecdotes: The First: Recently I tried to get into the mind of a Trump supporter that had posted a status about the
I just graduated, but as I’ve been reflecting on how it has shaped me, I realized my most important lessons came outside the classroom.
At first I enjoyed it; Jeffrey Toobin on CNN going ballistic over the Comey firing. Then there was the normal outrage from Dana Bash
I’ve yet to find anyone who shares my feelings, but I was quite uncomfortable with former President Barack Obama’s first public speaking opportunity upon
Several weeks ago, I flew into Washington, DC, much as I had done for the first time back in March, 1963. Flying over government
Do you remember last year’s reports of undecided voters who vowed not to cast ballots in the 2016 presidential election because they just couldn’t
Are we in the midst of a progressive awakening? Are the marches, rallies, and town-hall meetings the beginnings of a committed and long-term movement?
At the annual gathering of The American Geophysical Union in fall of 2016, more than twenty-three thousand earth and space scientists from around the
I’m sure that the college students and mental health professionals who have been leading the effort to impose trigger warnings on textbooks and reading
It looks like Trump-appointee Ajit Pai over at the FCC is setting his sights on unraveling regulations that guarantee net neutrality. This radical change