I: For a neurotic weenie you sure seem to be a man of action. L: Yeah, well sometimes.
Giving out extra passes is like donating to the Salvation Army Like giving away Gucci and Vineyard Vines, pink ties with whale print from J.McLaughlin —I won’t miss any of these items at the TI/Ivy Olympics, Before I have tenure or a tolerance like Dionysus Before I was, like, strict with my ideologies Before I...
A day in the life of a lecture hall.
Coffee and painkillers made a formidable woman.
A secret history of the unknown blond
Returning to the Powerpuff Girls.
Why the much-maligned actor might just be a genius.
"Dad, there’s something in the pool.”
The construction guys are wearing neon hoodies and eating grilled cheese sandwiches, Sprinkled across the lawn like lobster buoys — “Confetti thrown from heaven,” you’d call them When I was on the boat and couldn’t sleep. If I went back now, Would I see you Eulogized in the harbor, Fêted with technicolor streamers? One of...
Why would I want to believe (if I do believe at all) in a God who requires blind faith and has destructive ethics, for whom we must be violent in order to show devotion?
by Andrew Tynes, Walker Carpenter in Behold My Glorious Gleaming Appendage on
Apr 17, 2016 • 3 Comments
The breadth and depth of financial services extends far beyond the scope of the causes of the financial crisis, and to identify a sector that comprises 9 percent of the economy or even any of the companies within that sector as wholly anything is a mistake.
A critical look at anti-porn activism at Princeton.
The Yale administration’s insistence on a student income contribution is reinforcing inequality along race and classlines.” So proclaims a new campaign launched at Yale, organized by the group Students Unite Now (SUN), aiming to eliminate the student income contribution for undergrads on financial aid. When I first heard of this movement, I thought their ambition seemed...