Dr. Bill Cloke explains the science behind teens making bad decisions, and how that can be dangerous.
…So what’s stopping you?
Larry Womack replies to the Washington Post editorial of a cop, who said, “if you don’t want to get hurt, don’t challenge me.”
In response to Deb Stone’s May 12 essay on foster care, Jaquel Pitts shares his successes after 14 years as a foster child.
Three comedians receive the news about Robin Williams’ passing, and try to process it the best they can.
Kozo Hattori explores the intersection of compassion and discipline.
These animated clips harken back to a simpler time–a 16 bit time. But the magical world has suddenly become very real for Mario & Luigi.
The dark shapes in the water aren’t shadows. They are fish. Lots of fish.
What happens when you ask a religious man to defend changing Washington’s racist team name? You get schooled in the most respectful, compassionate way possible.
Unfortunately, one thing that awaits many students, especially inner-city students, once they begin their summer vacation is something that educators refer to as “summer slide”.
Dillan DiGiovanni thinks this guy who replaced himself in Britney Spears videos is really awesome!
Sometimes–when the alchemy is just right–an artist you would NEVER expect can take an old classic and turn it into something utterly sublime.
When documentary filmmaker, Daria Matza, lost her mom to cancer, it was a subculture of giant pumpkin growers that brought her renewed hope.
It’s no secret that people become desensitized to homelessness and poverty, but one social experiment shows just how easy it can be to block out those in need.
A report advocating death penalty reforms finds that false confessions in capital cases can be limited by recording the questioning of suspects.