Harry Potter vs. Huckleberry Finn: Why the British Tell Better Children’s Stories Than Americans - The Atlantic

Why the British Tell Better Children’s Stories

Harry Potter vs. Huckleberry Finn: Why the British Tell Better Children’s Stories Than Americans - The Atlantic

What Women Find in Friends That They May Not Get From Love - NYTimes.com

What Women Find in Friends That They May Not Get From Love

What Women Find in Friends That They May Not Get From Love - NYTimes.com

Death, the Prosperity Gospel and Me - The New York Times

Death, the Prosperity Gospel and Me

In the wake of the election, we must resist the slightest extension in the boundaries of what is right and just.

Now Is the Time to Talk About What We Are Actually Talking About

In the wake of the election, we must resist the slightest extension in the boundaries of what is right and just.

Beard says,“There have always been men who are frightened of smart women.”

Mary Beard Takes On Her Sexist Detractors

Beard says,“There have always been men who are frightened of smart women.”

6 Things You Might Not Think Are Harassment But Definitely Are (Because Apparently We Need To Clear A Few Things Up)

6 Things You Might Not Think Are Harassment But Definitely Are (Because Apparently We Need To Clear A Few Things Up)

the best article about what is/isn't street harassment that I've seen yet...

Small Talk Is Essential For Primate Bonding, However Boring It Might Be | Co.Exist | ideas + impact

Small Talk Is Essential For Primate Bonding, However Boring It Might Be

Small Talk Is Essential For Primate Bonding, However Boring It Might Be | Co.Exist | ideas + impact

Top-Image States with the Best & Worst School Systems v1

Top-Image States with the Best & Worst School Systems v1

The number of annual deaths caused by pollution around the world is now greater than malaria and HIV combined, according to a recent study, with scientists warning that fatalities could reach 6 million a year by 2050

Air pollution: a dark cloud of filth poisons the world’s cities

The number of annual deaths caused by pollution around the world is now greater than malaria and HIV combined, according to a recent study, with scientists warning that fatalities could reach 6 million a year by 2050

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