Trumwill investigates the intersection of sports, narrative, and race.
Monthly Archive: January 2014
So, that Stephen Glass guy. Tried to become a lawyer. Whatever happened to him?
Why do I love some awards shows but not others?
Some public policy implications of bar fight litigation.
Introduction and Syllabus for Ordinary University’s first course, the U.S. Presidency.
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And orangutans as economists?
Season Two, Episode 7: “Soul Mates”
Las Vegas is not particularly conducive to reading.
Falling in love with someone is the most common thing in the world, yet it feels miraculous- like the eruption of the divine into everyday life. When people have religious experiences, does it feel...
Starting tomorrow, we have a new periodic feature at OT.
Richard Sherman is laughing at us.
The Melise Muñoz case is not as simple as it appears, and it is not only religious nuts who might understand the hospital’s position. Here, a explanation of why the case is more complicated than some think.
So… what are you playing?
By chance, sometimes the U.S. News and World Report rankings provide actual insight validated by empirical evidence. This is one of those times.
A party, with dancing.