Mister Rogers, the iconic television host, was a Presbyterian minister—but his show touched people of all faiths.
When I took the oath of office, I swore to do everything I could to protect the citizens of this state from harm. There is nothing more important …
“Why do I work in the theatre?” he asks in the first line. “[S]imply because the theatre is one of the places in the world in which I am happy.”
On Albert Camus’s birthday, scholar Amy Brady reviews an article that was published in Theatre Arts Magazine in 1960 reflecting Camus’s reasons why he worked in theatre.
There have been some pretty ludicrous ideas about higher education from the American right recently. Last week, Jeb Bush made his bizarre comments about ps
CBS is developing a new series that will air exclusively online.
“Everything pours forth. Photographs their history. Books their words. Walls their sounds.”
A new study shows that a healthy mood can spread through friend groups.