A North Carolina paper has called on a private college to institute free speech reforms by “purging its problematic policies” from the student handbook, following the passage earlier this month of a bill protecting First Amendment rights at the state’s public universities.
The Lincoln Memorial was vandalized early Tuesday morning with red spray paint, according to the National Park Service.
Americans emotionally devastated by the election of President Donald Trump are turning to an unorthodox form of therapy: professional cuddling.
Former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci is working on a sitcom tentatively titled “Attack of the Swamp Monsters.”
Last year, McDonald’s test-marketed a Big Mac in Ohio. The special sauce was blended with sriracha, that now-ubiquitous condiment consisting primarily of red chili paste and vinegar, whose origins have been traced to Thailand (specifically the subdistrict of Sriracha in Chonburi Province).
The National Endowment for the Humanities is spending $300,000 on a beer garden, screenings of the Netflix series Stranger Things, and “all kinds of Frankenstein swag.”
University of Chicago administrators considered an aggressive response to “watch lists” of anti-Israel students posted online and in flyers distributed on campus by pro-Israel groups, according to a recently released memo.
On the latest micro episode of the Substandard (subscribe, leave a review!), we look back on Fast Times at Ridgemont High, 35 years later.