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‘He Named Me Malala’ – A Movie Review

‘He Named Me Malala’ – A Movie Review

(Source) | This intense film reveals the personal side of a public persona When the world sees a teenager rooting for change, they are moved by the very effort. But sometimes they (the world) ends up ignoring what’s gone behind bringing about that change. We forget...
Does Single-Sex Education Make You Smarter?

Does Single-Sex Education Make You Smarter?

By Michael R. Strain | Economist C. Kirabo Jackson has a new working paper studying the effects of single-sex education on students’ academic outcomes and criminal activity. (I’ve done some work on this subject as well.) The paper is very well done. From its...
Huge Tennis Star Caught Using Banned Substance

Huge Tennis Star Caught Using Banned Substance

Maria Sharapova, a five-time Grand Slam champion and the world’s highest-paid female athlete, announced Monday that she had tested positive for the recently banned drug meldonium at the Australian Open. The tennis antidoping program confirmed the positive test, which...
Post MLK Reflection: Does Nonviolent Protest Work?

Post MLK Reflection: Does Nonviolent Protest Work?

By Syreeta McFadden | In 1968, when my father was a teenage boy in Memphis, Martin Luther King Jr. went there to support the city’s striking sanitation workers. He marched with King and thousands of other protesters, and in the violence that erupted afterward, the...