A liberal arts education can give students much more than rote skills. It can (and should) give them empathy, a way past themselves, a world imminently more alive.
David Foster Wallace
On the consequences of privatizing culture.
Raymond Bechard reviews an important movie for men and mankind.
All the shit Michael Kasdan reads tells him forging a better life starts by not giving a fuck and calling out the the douchebags.
When looking at the rich complexities of his own and other people’s life with depression, a man can still end up on the side of hope.
New parents, All parents, take heed. There’s a new Tumblr page in town – The Man Who Is Not My Mother – and its wonderful and relatable and funny.
Raoul Wieland examines the ways in which the stories we choose to tell affect the world around us.
Your buddy leaves his computer. He’s still logged in on Facebook. Time for a gay joke?
DFW’s famous commencement speech has been turned into a short film.
What shopping at Whole Foods Market can do to a man’s psyche.
Jonathan D. Fitzgerald talks about faith, pop culture, and the “New Sincerity” in his new book.
Or, eighteen of the things I learned while watching Capital One’s Bowl Week on ESPN over the holidays.
When the greatest writer of his generation wrote about the greatest tennis player in history.
Do you feel like you have to be “plugged in” at all times?
DFW gives an amazing graduation speech at Kenyon College shortly before taking his own life.
Moriel Rothman is refusing to serve in the IDF an act of protest against what he sees as an unjust and evil system. Here is his story.