Do identity politics have what it takes to transform the institutions and structures of a society?
What if the origins of human reasoning have nothing to do with truth-seeking, objectivity, or scientific accuracy?
Dennis Garnhum, Artistic Director at The Grand Theatre, on why the live stage is important for civics and community.
How a pen, a sheet of paper, courage, and a healthy dose of honesty can change the way you see everything.
A quadrivial apologia and tribute to the public library.
Working well together does not require us to be on the same team. In some cases, teams themselves can be an impediment to teamwork.
When you hear someone scream, “Don’t touch me!” in a parking lot late at night, what do you do?
In urban environments, we ‘save’ the environment by creating accessible and plentiful ways for people to fall in love with nature.
We love popular television because it offers us a portrayal of friendship and trust that is impossible to experience in real life.
Never am I more blind to myself than when I condemn others for being judgmental.
You are no richer than the sum of your friendships.
We comport ourselves differently in our living rooms than we do in the town square.