Brazil’s Olympian Efforts at Rio 2016

Brazil’s Olympian Efforts at Rio 2016

Trisha De Borchgrave

Before the athletic spotlight is shut off for another four years, let us highlight the lasting effects of the games on Rio, for better or worse.

Behold the Cargo Short, Minivans of Men’s Apparel

Behold the Cargo Short, Minivans of Men’s Apparel

Ben Werner

Ben Werner’s latest from South Korea as a stay-at-home dad with a military wife and three kids; are cargo shorts dead?

The Blurst of Reddit: When God Created Animals … and Made Me Cynical

The Blurst of Reddit: When God Created Animals … and Made Me Cynical

Kate Turner

Whoever it was that said, "When something can be defined, it loses meaning," probably wasn't referencing Reddit. Hooray for the Blurst!

Talks with Famous People from History, Part Three: Benjamin Franklin

Talks with Famous People from History, Part Three: Benjamin Franklin

Paris Portingale

Paris Portingale continues his talks with famous people from history. Paris meets Benjamin Franklin.

I Saw the News Today: Italy's Earthquake, Earth-Like Planet Discovered, Hayne Is Jesus

I Saw the News Today: Italy's Earthquake, Earth-Like Planet Discovered, Hayne Is Jesus

The Big Smoke

Ooooh. It's Thursday! What happened while you were asleep? An Earthquake ruined Italy, an Earth-like planet was discovered, and Jarryd Hayne came out—as Jesus.

The Education of Sally the Septic Siren

The Education of Sally the Septic Siren

Chris Margolin

“Confessions of an Educator” columnist Chris Margolin recalls a particularly dirty final exam.

Why Preserve the Past?

Why Preserve the Past?

Matthew Neff

Matthew Neff explains why it is important to preserve the past and save archaeological and paleontological sites from wanton destruction.

The Big Smoke Q&A with Dan Ilic

The Big Smoke Q&A with Dan Ilic

Dan Ilic

The Big Smoke interviews Dan Ilic who is currently the Executive Producer of Satire for the Fusion Media Network.

The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: August 22nd 2016

The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: August 22nd 2016

Alexandra Tselios

The "Weak" in U.S. Politics: With a new poll showing there is one point between them, it's a tough decision when you are trying to vote for the lesser of two evils so let's go back to the drawing board and compare policy.

I'm Walking Here: How the Moving Meeting Is Taking Off

I'm Walking Here: How the Moving Meeting Is Taking Off

The Big Smoke

No longer just for Presidents on television, the walking meeting is taking off. And thanks to science, it's now entirely legitimate.

Elections

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The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: August 22nd 2016

Alexandra Tselios

The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: With a new poll showing there is one point between them, it’s a tough decision when you are trying to vote for the lesser of two evils so let’s go back to the drawing board and compare policy.

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The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: August 22nd 2016

Alexandra Tselios

The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: With a new poll showing there is one point between them, it’s a tough decision when you are trying to vote for the lesser of two evils so let’s go back to the drawing board and compare policy.

Residents

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Brazil’s Olympian Efforts at Rio 2016

Trisha De Borchgrave

Before the athletic spotlight is shut off for another four years, let us highlight the lasting effects of the games on Rio, for better or worse.

Ladder

Society

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