Katharine Coldiron examines the heart of truth about Columbine by reviewing and comparing the two definitive books on the subject: Sue Klebold’s A Mother’s Reckoning and Dave Cullen’s Columbine.
On the back of new information, the Orlando shooting (and the rhetoric around it) was not exactly what we assumed it was. It does, however, teach us something important about modern-day America.
Because nothing in business is new, it seems that the tacky cliche is back in. We’re 110% serious. #BossBabes
I feel the reason why we women don’t really see change is that we’re trying to convince the wrong people. Today, I feel we need to do something bold, but necessary.
S.M. Park’s continuing column Risen Apes about being a 70-year-old boomer. In this column “Learn to Swim,” Park reviews the book Learn to Swim and thinks about lifelong friendships.
As a victim and survivor of a shooting, Jonathan Benjamin-Alvarado speaks about the often ignored aspects of mass shootings: the injuries, the damage, the recovery, the trauma. He vows to speak out and joins the Never Again Movement. #NeverAgain
It has been proposed that arming our teachers in the classroom is the answer to the mass shooting problem pervasive in America, Sean Davis examines all the reasons why this will not work.
At first glance, presumably consensual, flirtatious shenanigans acted out in a public forum littered with minor glitz might seem banal. The perp, no matter the level of his celebrity, is equipped with a power differential to leverage. Which he did. His target complies. Until she doesn’t.
S.M. Park’s continuing column Risen Apes about being a 70-year-old boomer. In this column “Waiting for Nothing,” Park shares stories about birthdays and his relationship with Chantal.