National Geographic points to some of the traditional patterns that are reflected in modern fashion across many cultures.
This article cuts to the heart of feminism’s bias to expose its often unrecognized, and therefore unaddressed, racial and economic underpinnings. The attention surrounding “A Handmaid’s Tale” acts as though that situation isn’t live and well in modern society, with the only difference being the race of the women involved. The lack of attention paid to women who are forced into economic or social decisions around childbirth, whether to have or not to have children, should be a priority.
The final stage of the Cassini mission is underway, with some interesting discoveries already made and more still to come before the vessel is destroyed.
An interesting look at the flaws in the commonly used method for evaluating college level teachers that includes methodology for the reviews as well as the results.
I don’t necessarily agree with all the points on contractions (though I agree with most and am horrified by some of the options listed), but the underlying message of erring on the side of comprehension rings very true.