Dear Mental Illness Sufferers: Saying Something Flippant About Mental Illness Doesn’t Make Someone an A**hole

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Danny Baker would like to remind you that mental illness is minimally spoken about, so a lot of people haven’t been educated about it—and as a result, a lot of people don’t understand it.

Vote Anyway

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You hear all kinds of reasons not to vote. Ignore them. Vote anyway.

Commitments that Compete

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Aaron W. Voyles continues to explore the gap between our commitments and our action. — For several weeks, I’ve been discussing commitment and responsibility. I do so because of their connection to my work with college men. There has been a lot of talk within higher education and the media about gender-based violence, as well […]

Anatomy of a Kindergartener

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What makes your kindergartener tick?

If Learners Live Online, Teachers and Textbooks Must Follow Them

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Dividing internet users into those that ‘get it’ and those that don’t isn’t helpful now the internet is so pervasive in our lives.

One College’s Quest to Deconstruct the Man Box

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Richmond College is leading the way to obliterate the man box once and for all!

What’s Needed To Raise Boys Into Balanced Men

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Jose Aviles on what boys need and the dangers ahead if we fail them.

The Moment My Hands Followed My Shadow

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Erin Kelly reflects on the power of opportunity in celebration of Disability Employment Awareness Month.

 Malala Yousafzai & Classroom Attendance

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Malala Yousafzai recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize and her influence on the love of learning.

Police Turning Schools Into War Zones: Teddy Bears, Machine Guns, and MRAPs for Kids

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Schools need military-grade equipment and weapons?

7 Things Dads Need to Teach Daughters About Money

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Many women are at a disadvantage regarding money and money management. Dads can change that by teaching their daughters seven easy money lessons early in life.

The Peculiar Case of the Reading Dad

The Peculiar Case of the Reading Dad

When Frederick J. Goodall went to his son’s preschool to read one day, he had no idea that he would end up being the first father who had ever read to the class.

It’s Too Soon to Give Up on Millennials

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Sami Jankins believes the Millennial generation holds the potential for innovation and promise of creating social change if just given the chance.

Finally College Centers Meeting Needs of Underserved Students

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Imagine this: Today is your first day at college.

My “Career” as a Rock Star

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Aaron W. Voyles reflects on how commitment created opportunities for what he loves.