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why straight men and women can't be friends

Recently, a straight married male friend and I (a straight, 20-something engaged female) were in the middle of a conversation. We were both laughing and participating in general friendly conversation about Star Wars or music or some other shared nerdy interest. 1,695 more words

Writing

New Books in August

August is off to a great start, and we’ve got a lot of new books to look forward to this month. Here is a quick preview of what to keep an eye out for: 567 more words

African American Studies

A Case For Flipped Classrooms in Higher Education

The 2015 NMC Horizon Report:  Higher Education Edition identifies flipped classrooms as an important development in educational technology for higher education. The time-to-adoption horizon for flipped classrooms is one year or less. 1,518 more words

Higher Ed

Sarcasm is what?

Sarcasm is rude, and it weakens an argument. Sarcasm is just plain rude, and it weakens your argument. Sarcasm is rude? It weakens my argument? 1,184 more words

Anxiety

Integrating RSS Feeds Into Class Activities

How can an RSS feeds be used in higher education? 

Initially, I could not conceive of how using RSS feeds in the classroom could help to achieve learning objectives. 401 more words

Higher Ed

Artist in Residence at Sound Studies: Art, Experience, Politics

Four days at the University of Cambridge’s Centre for Research in Arts Humanities and Social Sciences seminal sound event, and there is a humdrum of both melody and dissonance resounding within my dendrites. 2,752 more words

5 Tips For Talking (Arguing) With A Misogynist (Ignoramus).

  1. Stay Calm

If you can only remember to do one thing when you’re in a heated discussion, stay calm.

First, you need to take the time to assess and understand that situation. 791 more words

Feminism