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How “Ghostbusters” Changed the Way We Speak
By Erin Blakemore
Last week’s announcement of an all-male Ghostbusters reboot in the wake of another recent announcement…
March 20, 2015
The once and future island
By Margaret Smith
There’s a new island on Earth. Last month, an undersea volcano erupted in the South…
March 20, 2015
Student Loans: An International Perspective
By Livia Gershon
As high school seniors and their parents find out what financial aid packages their chosen…
March 19, 2015
What does it mean to have jet lag?
By James MacDonald
Recently, the United States undertook the annual ritual of setting the clocks forward for Daylight…
March 19, 2015
Digging into Paleoindian History
By Matthew Wills
Archaeologists have begun digging again at Vero, Florida, nearly a century after it was the…
March 19, 2015
Teaching Facts and Values in Public Schools
By Livia Gershon
In a recent entry in the New York Times philosophy column “The Stone,” Justin P….
March 18, 2015
Interrogating “Cinderella”
By Erin Blakemore
Everything’s coming up Cinderella. Between the animated movie’s 65th anniversary and the release of a…
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March 17, 2015
Will the Real St. Patrick Please Stand Up
By Terry O'Hagan
Ah, St. Patrick’s Day. The time of year when millions of people around the world…
March 11, 2015
Sara Plummer Lemmon: Pioneering Botanist
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When Sara Allen Plummer arrived in Santa Barbara in 1869, she was among the class…
March 4, 2015
A History of Women’s Prisons
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