Thanksgiving is a time to say thanks for kindnesses, favors and good deeds that have gone too long without expressions of gratitude
Redeployment grabs you from the first line of the first story: “We shot dogs.”
They have come in the night, in the dark, crunching through snow, faces strafed by the wind. And now they sit in a LaFortune meeting room, long tables arranged in a big square, to hear a panel of people speak and answer questions, give pep talks and offer advice.
Welcome to Molarity Redux, the 65th strip in the updated, continuing adventures of Jim Mole and friends. The greatest conspiracy of all times, as solved by Chuck.
I was ready for a distraction. At home over fall break I had been sitting at a desk all day, typing the monotonous words of a transcript for a research project I was working on
When I was at Notre Dame, apartheid was in full swing, which makes me feel both incredibly old . . . and hopeful. Old because, let’s face it, the 1980s was a long time ago. And hopeful, because that kind of discrimination was overcome. By humans. In my lifetime.
When Wil Haygood, writer of The Butler, came to campus.
Quarantine for patients or health care workers was not considered a valid option during the swine flu epidemic, but now with one imported case of Ebola in New York City, quarantine has been implemented in several states in direct opposition to experts at the CDC and World Health Organization (WHO). Fear and politics, not science, are the reasons behind these contrasting policies.
Some Domers take SYRs a little too seriously.