The Mascot Is Fiction. The War Is Real.
Why Chief Illiniwek, retired more than a decade ago, still inspires anger, pain, and pride in an Illinois college town.
BYU baseball falls short of sweep over Gonzaga
BYU baseball fell 4-3 to Gonzaga Saturday afternoon, following victories over the Bulldogs on Thursday and Friday, and a win over rival Utah on Tuesday. The Cougars’ record now sits at 12-10 overall on the season, and a dismal 2-4 in conference play. The team got swept at home last week by Loyola Marymount, and […] The post BYU baseball falls short of sweep over Gonzaga appeared first on The Da...
Swedish preschools disrupt traditional gender roles
Science may still be divided over whether gender differences are rooted in biology or culture, but many of Sweden’s government-funded preschools are doing what they can to deconstruct them.
Metropolitan King County Council has voted to give itself new oversight of 4Culture. Here’s what we know
On the road for gun control, Parkland students bring their stories to L.A. schools
One day in February may have saved Mia Freeman’s life. A second day changed it forever. On Feb. 2, Mia's fourth-period class, which had been meeting in her high school's freshman building, was moved back to its original classroom space on another part of the campus. On Feb. 14, a former student...
Cal State turned away 32,000 students because campuses were too full to accommodate them. Now, trustees will focus on how to fi
At Swedish Preschool, Boys Learn to Dance and Girls Learn to Yell
The state curriculum urges teachers to “counteract traditional gender roles,” and at one school, girls are encouraged to shout “No!” and boys run the play kitchen.