There's nothing funny about this deeply cynical new version of Anchorman 2.
Violent initiations are a global phenomenon
Anthropology explains how violent initiations rituals are a global phenomenon.
It all started here.
PRESS RELEASEWashington, D.C.—Franklin Foer, Editor of The New Republic, announced today that Jason Zengerle will join the company's editorial team as a Senior Editor.
The tale of a post-modern martyr
As protestors fought riot police in Kiev yesterday, as the city center turned into a charred crater, volunteer medics skittered through the melee, attending to the hundreds wounded in the fight, pulling them into hotel lobbies and churches for treatement. One of them was 21-year-old Olesya Zhukovskaya.
George Eliot may have been born in the last year of George III’s reign, but her life story reads like a 1970s feminist coming-of-age tale.
Last year, Oxford Dictionaries proclaimed “selfie” the word of the year, prompting lots of thinkpieces read on smartphones and handwringing about narcissism, technology, and those pesky millenials. But while loads of digital ink has been spilled about what selfies mean, there hasn’t been any data to back it up.
An actual academic lends his name to the effort, but the results are still bunkum.
The problem with stardom over strength
Why it might be better if Gracie Gold doesn't win a medal tonight.