The annual publication from the School of Humanities at Rice University, HUMANITAS: THE MEANING OF BEING HUMAN, just came out. There is a featured article in it on my adventures on the CNN set of the FINDING JESUS film. I took a photo of the article because it is not on line yet. Show More Summary
NO ONE Has The Right To Violently Assault Someone Else Because They Disagree With Their Behavior THIS POST IS NOT About The LENGTH Of This Sentence For Assaulting Two Gay Black Males In The Bed Together Using Boiling Water THIS IS IS...Show More Summary
After the lightning disappeared on Saturday around the University of Cincinnati, junior quarterback Re-al Mitchell of St. John Bosco looked as fast as lightning in sprinting 98 yards for a touchdown on the Braves' second play from scrimmage. It was a school-record run. Mitchell's running and passing...
The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University (Broad MSU) presents a group exhibition that investigates a wide range of themes surrounding the changing role of women in China, Fire Within: A New Generation of Chinese Women Artists. Show More Summary
Pi Artworks London announces Will Nature Make A Man Of Me Yet?, the fourth exhibition to come out of the gallery?s ongoing collaboration with the Curating department at Goldsmiths, University of London. Each year Goldsmiths, University...Show More Summary
The work of eight new media artists from around the world is on view at Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art, Auburn University in the exhibition, "Camera Lucida," Aug. 27 through Jan. 7 in the Bill L. Harbert Gallery and Gallery C....Show More Summary
By Jared Anderson on SwimSwam Stony Brook University has reinstated its women's swimming & diving program beginning in the 2017-2018 season, ending a five-year break that started when pool renovations were defunded back in 2012. Read the full story on SwimSwam: Stony Brook Women’s Swimming To Resume in 2017 After 5 Year Hiatus
Richard Pérez-Peña, Mitch Smith, and Stephanie Saul, reporting for the NYT: The anodyne welcome letter to incoming freshmen is a college staple, but this week the University of Chicago took a different approach: It sent new studentsShow More Summary
By Rachel Harvill on SwimSwam After more than 60 years of teaching and coaching, Bev Ball of Division III (transitioning) McMurry University is retiring. The... Read the full story on SwimSwam: Bev Ball of McMurry is Retiring After 60 Years Coaching
Bowles Hall is a residence hall unlike any other at the University of California, Berkeley — a gorgeous Tudor mansion nestled just next to the football stadium in the hills above campus. Despite the building’s castle-like facade, for many years it settled into genteel disrepair, an all-male dorm that was out of favor with students and unaffordable for campus upkeep. [...]Show More Summary
Osama Tezuka's Astro Boy and other works are being revived in the form of Astro Boy: Edge of Time. It's a new collectible card and battle game designed to tell the final story of Tezuka's universe through the form of CCG for PC and mobile devices.
BOSTON — Meg Siegal describes herself as a “rogue agent” working within the confines of WBUR, Boston University’s National Public Radio station. But the 39-year-old director of the station’s “BizLab” is no loose cannon: General manager Charlie Kravetz has given her full license to dig up growth from all pockets of the NPR affiliate station. Show More Summary
Last year, it was announced that Nintendo was going to have some rides added to Universal theme parks. Today, we're learning that those rides are progressing quite nicely, and will likely take advantage of modern technology to boot.
The University of Tennessee football program announced Saturday its helmets will feature stickers honoring legendary women's basketball coach Pat Summitt, per the Associated Press (via ESPNW.com). " The sticker includes a capital 'P' inside a circle," the AP explained. Show More Summary
In May 2013, a bridge spanning the Skagit River along Interstate 5 in Washington state catastrophically collapsed, after an oversized trailer clipped one of the bridge’s cross beams. A new analysis by engineers at the University of Illinois...Show More Summary
A federal judge in Austin, Texas, shoots down a request for an injunction to stop the implementation of campus carry at the University of Texas. This post Texas Judge Shoots Down Injunction to Delay Campus Carry appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
Following interviews he did with Deadline and Variety earlier this month to address the 1999 rape charges he faced as a student at Penn State University, The Birth of a Nation director Nate Parker sat down with Ebony to candidly discuss topics that included rape culture, male privilege, and consent. ... More »
A federal judge has blocked the University of North Carolina from enforcing part of the state's HB 2 that limits bathroom use by transgender people. Continue reading ? The post UNC cannot enforce parts of HB2, federal judge rules appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
White led Third Man Records' team for a game played at the University of North Alabama.