Howdy Neighbor: The Nature of Traffic Jams

Howdy Neighbor: The Nature of Traffic Jams

Travis Laurence Naught

Travis Laurence Naught examines our love of cars and road trips and questions why we're willing to suffer through traffic jams.

Election Cycle 2016: The Alternate Candidates for President of the United States

Election Cycle 2016: The Alternate Candidates for President of the United States

Sean Davis

There are over 1,800 candidates running for President of the United States this election cycle; Sean Davis has endeavored to meet some of the alternatives to Clinton and Trump.

The Republican National Convention 2016: A Complete Recap

The Republican National Convention 2016: A Complete Recap

Nicholas Harrington

Nicholas Harrington covered the Republican National Convention (from his living room) so you didn’t have to endure it. You’re most welcome.

Reading Guides for the Dumb One in the Class

Reading Guides for the Dumb One in the Class

Chris Margolin

“Confessions of an Educator” columnist Chris Margolin goes over reading guides in the classroom, from CliffsNotes to SparkNotes to … just read the book there, guy, and finish the assignment.

A Part of the Story: Marijuana in Appalachian Ohio

A Part of the Story: Marijuana in Appalachian Ohio

David J. Ballenger

Following David J. Ballenger's story about Piketon, Ohio, Ballenger returns to his hometown, reconnects with an old friend, and discusses his (and the area's) relationship with marijuana.

Letter to America: Politics Not as Usual

Letter to America: Politics Not as Usual

Roger Pugh

In his latest Letter to America, Australian Roger Pugh looks at women leaders around the world and the impact they have on politics and policy (and criticism).

The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: July 18th 2016

The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: July 18th 2016

Alexandra Tselios

The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: A political protest of gassy proportions, Clinton and Trump political ad campaigns, Sarah "it's just too far" Palin, and the case of an unfortunate penetrative logo.

My Life without a Smartphone

My Life without a Smartphone

thebigsmoke

Verónica Pamoukaghlián has spent the past several years without a smartphone. She doesn't miss it at all and recommends that you try it too.

The Art of Dying

The Art of Dying

John S. Blake

In light of the latest tragedies of black lives taken, John S. Blake examines the past three decades of his life.

The Blurst of Reddit: Vindictive Grans, Abject Rejection, and #SteveBuscemiForMaryPoppins

The Blurst of Reddit: Vindictive Grans, Abject Rejection, and #SteveBuscemiForMaryPoppins

Kate Turner

Reddit is much like a food court with everything closed, save for that Kebab joint, but it's 9:00 a.m. And that's far too early for a kebab.

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