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My Letter From Mr. Rogers

When I was 15, I became an Eagle Scout. Now, no offense to all you fellow scouts out there but, despite the fact that being awarded Eagle took a lot of work and a lot of time, it is a fact about me that I rarely ever think about. 713 more words

Eagle Scout

Racing vs PBing - part two

In part one I wrote about how when athletes are racing they’re just looking to finish ahead of the rest of the field whereas for most of us we’re looking to get our fastest time possible and maybe even a PB. 1,295 more words


What is a Book Review (and how to schedule yours)

What is a Book Review?

A book review is a form of literary criticism in which a book is analyzed based on content, style, and merit. 563 more words


Dear Chandelier,

Some of us are just too close to the ground to see what the sky looks like, and yet you have interpreted a way to take us there. 248 more words


The Evening Post: PBS Space Time Introduces A New Host

The YouTube channel PBS Space Time has a brand new host!  Former host Gabe Perez-Giz has taken a new job at the National Science Foundation, and he has no time to host Space Time.   37 more words

The Evening Post

Anushay's Point: Colleges Do Not Want To Deal With Campus Sexual Assault

After its summer hiatus, PBS’ To The Contrary returned with a bang. On Friday, my fellow To The Contrary panelists and I, with our legendary host, Bonnie Erbe, tackled sexual assault on campus, Donald Trump, immigration and Hillary Clinton’s stance on women’s rights. 167 more words

Violence Against Women

Intelligent robot tells interviewer, ‘I’ll keep you safe in my people zoo’


An ‘intelligent’ robot offered a truly chilling answer to an interviewer’s question, ‘Will robots take over the world?’

‘Don’t worry, even if I evolve into Terminator, I’ll keep you warm and safe in my people zoo, where I can watch you for ol’ times sake,’ the bearded robot intoned. 115 more words