KENT, Ohio -- Samaria Rice, Tamir Rice's mother, stood in solidarity with Kent State University Wednesday to speak out
So this summer I'm helping plan my 40th (!) high school reunion. That seems like an awfully big number, us George Washington Patriots would never have imagined reaching -- let alone celebrating -- back in 1975.
If you watched, you're surely pondering the meaning of Draper/Whitman's latest and greatest incarnation as New Age pitchman of killer soft drinks. But I've also given a lot of thought to something else: What was Mad Men trying to tell us about America?
It's graduation season and nearly two million undergrads will receive their diplomas this year. While campuses all across the nation groom themselves for commencement, one university reels from the weight of another commemoration.
I have wondered whether importing present technology -- ubiquitous cell phone cameras and social media -- to 1970 might have made a difference in fixing responsibility for the Kent State shootings.
The cats didn't do it. Paul Santell wants that to be perfectly clear before he bares his left arm.
What do you think? Arlo Guthrie said that one thing he remembers about Pete Seeger is that he showed up at every march for
You can’t flippantly talk about rape without angering… pretty much everyone. A lesson a Philippines department store is learning after it was caught selling a tasteless shirt reading, “It’s not rape - it’s a snuggle with a struggle.”
Sensitivity be damned. Offending people may not work for everyone, but Urban Outfitters obviously feels it works for them -- surely they'll find more ways to offend. It's going to be hard to top a bloody Kent State sweatshirt, however.