Mike Magnuson shared a bike ride with his daughter on their way to the location of a tragic shooting that happened a year ago at Fritse Park in Menasha, Wisconsin.
“Confessions of an Educator” columnist Chris Margolin reminisces about the radio show Loveline and how the new generation desperately needs its own Loveline.
The murders of eight family members in Piketon, Ohio have gripped the local community and caught the national spotlight. David J. Ballenger provides an insider’s view of the area.
Jason Arment reminisces on college living while attending Iowa State University and some of the events that ensued while living beneath four coeds.
“Confessions of an Educator” columnist Chris Margolin talks about the fear in the back of every teacher’s mind: the nightmare scenario of a school shooting.
As her favorite radio host is now on holidays, Australian Ingeborg van Teeseling explains the unique and strangely real relationships we form with our chosen media figureheads.
In 2015, Curtis Dawkins spent 40 days and 40 nights in “The Hole” during which time he received and read a novel (authored by Kimberly Knutsen, his former partner) that contains a fictionalized account of their life together. Below is the letter Dawkins sent Knutsen after reading it.
“Confessions of an Educator” columnist Chris Margolin runs down the list of 27 “standards” he has been exposed to in his 12 years of teaching. Where went straightforward teaching?
In order to protect our children in schools, we might have to rethink our strategy. Nathan Tompkins imagines some options.