July 09, 2014
"Putting pink or light blue cleats on a man" argues Father Alexander, "is like dressing him in a woman's underwear or brassiere."
The Feminist Writer's Dilemma
Women are encouraged to write about personal experiences—and then dismissed as "confessional."
Why I Hate Argentina
Remember that time in 1998 that Argentina played the Netherlands? Unforgivable.
A professor at Northwestern's campus in Al Rayyan argues that the tournament will bring reform. Now a Northwestern student fires back.
The Open Marriage of True Minds
Anne Hollander reviews Deidre Bair's Simone de Beauvoir: A Biography.
Five more goals to reach the record, and three more matches to go. Piece of cake, right?
The result perfectly captures the essence of childhood.
No rioting, and not much to say—yet—as fans absorb the massacre at the Mineirão
Despite the benefits of diverse leadership, boardrooms and C-suites are still lacking women and minorities. How do we fix it?
July 08, 2014
Delta and 'The Lion King' are part of our long history of stereotyping the continent.