Humankind v. Mankind: Freedom of Speech and Classroom Policies, by Katy Sperry

Recently my university got national spotlight because an alt right (read: nazi) website posted an article about a professor deducting a single point from a student’s essay for using the word “mankind” twice. A faculty member of the English department is being sent threats of death and rape for enforcing MLA language guidelines. The students’ … More Humankind v. Mankind: Freedom of Speech and Classroom Policies, by Katy Sperry

Loud People Visiting Schools and a Brief Discussion of Birds, by Justin Kanzler

The three-wattled bellbird has a call audible to humans up to half a mile away; it lives primarily in Central America, and from the base of its beak protrude three long worm-like tendrils. Most, if given the choice, do not surround themselves with three-wattled bellbirds in part because they are very secretive, and in part, … More Loud People Visiting Schools and a Brief Discussion of Birds, by Justin Kanzler