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[NEWS/OP-ED] Couple hearts and thumbs-up for Ho-gu’s Love press conference

The first word that comes to mind whenever I see anything about this drama is cute, and all its attendant synonyms. For our sake I hope Ho-gu’s Love, tvN’s latest rom-com set to premiere in another two weeks, is as peppy and fun as it appears, because it seems like a quirky and upbeat show that’ll lead us into the year on a sunny note. 583 more words


OP-ED: Freedom to Offend


If freedom of expression can cross a line then are we truly free to express ourselves? It is commonly accepted that mocking someone’s religious beliefs is unfair and cruel. 1,004 more words


KDP's Response to U.S. Department of Education’s Proposed Regulations

Want to send your own response letter to Arne Duncan? Access our KDP Member Response Letter Template, updated with your institution’s information, and send your letter now! 1,372 more words

Policy In The Classroom

An Art Teacher’s Take on Getting in Touch with Your Inner Artist

Chapin Shearer Schnick is a past president and vice-president of membership for Eta/Purdue, and is a current seventh-year art teacher in Indianapolis. She has presented at both the National and Indiana Art Education Association Annual Conferences about harnessing student creativity through engagement and physical activity. 491 more words


Op Ed: On Curating

It might seem blatant to some but for much of my own artistic upbringing, the idea of curation as an art form and curators as creators is a relatively new thought.  677 more words


The Friday Round-up

Everyone should get a college degree…in partying?

The MSNBC.com headline reads: “UVA sororities enraged over fraternity party ban”, with the sorority sisters claiming gender discrimination. 295 more words


Why Scientists and regular people (and I) sometimes disagree

I ran into this interesting chart today, describing a Pew poll comparing the opinions of scientists with those of the general public on “science issues.” Here’s the graphic (click image or find bigger original… 696 more words