It's no stretch to leap past Dr. Johnson, but in the 21st century, why can't writers of any gender twirl on their 'hinder' legs?
An open letter about why the fight against gender discrimination still matters.
The night before Leonard Nimoy died, I happened to be looking over images of Spock.
I’d like to think I average at least 10,000 words a day on my Kindle when I’m using it, but right now, I have no idea how much I read.
I’ve been tempted to think the typical upper middle-class white student seems overly fearful of healthy intellectual debate.
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