Monthly Archive: November, 2014

For Ebola Response – Think Infrastructure, Not Donations

Since I started working as a law professor*, I am constantly impressed by my students and I feel that I learn as much from them as they do from me. It helps that… Continue reading

Ferguson’s Despair and the Devastation of White Privilege

All day people gathered, waiting, daring to hope, that maybe this time black lives would matter. Minutes passed. Then hours. And, as darkness descended on the streets of Ferguson, Missouri, the now enormous… Continue reading

Ferguson Protesters Shut Down D.C. Freeway

Ferguson demonstrators in Washington, D.C., briefly shut down a portion of Interstate 395 on Sunday afternoon. According to The Washington Post, a human chain formed across the highway shortly before 1 p.m., blocking… Continue reading

Black Elephants, Black Swans, and Tomorrow’s Fish

Is it a bit much to say that we are in the midst of a Food Revolution? I suggest that depends on how you view the current conditions on your plate, in your… Continue reading

The Good Wife Recap: No More Saint Alicia in “The Trial”

Note: Do not read on if you have not seen Season 6, Episode 10 of CBS’s The Good Wife, titled “The Trial.” Oh, the suspense is killing me! The mid-season finale was perfect… Continue reading

‘Wanderers’ Short Film Paints A Brighter Future Through Breathtaking Visuals & Carl Sagan

“I am tormented with an everlasting itch for things remote. I love to sail forbidden seas, and land on barbarous coasts.” It was these two sentences from Herman Melville’s “Moby Dick” that captured… Continue reading

Doesn’t Cortana Know That Disparaging Siri Reflects Negatively on Her Parents?

Instead of communicating the unique benefits of the Windows Phone, the latest Microsoft ads focus on disparaging the iPhone. The ads are “cute” and use the Windows Phone’s digital assistant, Cortana, to diminish… Continue reading

Police: Missing Ohio State Football Player Found Dead

Police in Columbus, Ohio identified a body found near the Ohio State University campus as that of defensive lineman Kosta Karageorge who had been missing since Wednesday. The body was found along with… Continue reading

The Definitive Ranking Of Every “Will And Grace” Holiday Episode

With special attention paid to all of Will’s ugly turtlenecks. ~*Greetings, loved ones.*~ Let's take a journey down memory lane and relive every holiday episode, ranked from worst to best. We'll be paying… Continue reading

12 Reasons Cards Against Humanity Shouldn’t Be Played With Family

Oedipus Complex: kid-tested, mother-approved. BuzzfeedVideo / Via