Conservative author and academic Heather Mac Donald argued that politically correct culture and identity politics on college campuses create an atmosphere of intolerance during a Columbia University College Republicans event Tuesday night....
You don’t need to be a bona fide chef to upgrade from your boxed mac ‘n’ cheese dinners.
It's Wednesday which means that you should have recovered from Bacchanal by now. It's another icky, gloomy day, but at least we are closer to the weekend today than we were yesterday (that's how time works). Today is the third day of housing coverage, so make sure you check out out live blog and The Shaft Whiteboard. Here's some informational and fun news for your morning:...
Between classes, essay writing, and...
procrastinating more essay writing, I'm on my laptop more than I'd like to admit. So when I learn a trick of the Mac trade, my life is changed forever. The following are the most frustrating issues and the best solutions/hacks I've found over the years. Many may work on non-Macs, but I can't attest to all.
On a brisk mid-January eve, cabaret standards permeated the walls of New York's legendary Town Hall in a low reedy vibrato, like a gulp of red wine spritzer. The performer was Mx Justin Vivian Bond ("v" is Bond's preferred gender-free pronoun; "Mx" the preferred prefix). The hour-long solo cabaret act preceded an intimate conversation with old Broadway legend Carol Channing. "This song reminds me of love with a goth. It doesn't last long, but it's intense," Bond drawls, before rolling into a therapeutic rendition of The Cure's "Love Song." Seated in the balcony, I remembered how as a young lass, my experience of cabaret shows was limited to vinyl recordings on the basement record player—and inwardly, I thanked the Broadway muses of yesteryear that I had chosen this over another Monday night in Butler Library, and that I would yet again see a performance successfully dismantle the gender binary....