How the “Kony 2012” Video Oversimplifies a Complicated Conflict During my sophomore year of high school, a new English teacher decided to show a series of documentaries in class. At first my classmates and I sat back, ready to nap our way through fourth period.
Articles By: Katie Bamberger
A white man and an African American woman hold hands and walk slowly through the doorway, crossing its threshold to see a photography exhibit. Forty-five years ago, their relationship would have been illegal in many states. The couple is at the International Center of Photography in midtown Manhattan, and they’ve have come to see an exhibition entitled “The Loving Story: [...]
Last December, The New School graced the pages of The Wall Street Journal — not for its lofty graduate program, nor for its musicians and designers — but for its athletics program. Under the headline “We Have a Basketball Team?,” The WSJ said The New School’s men’s basketball team has little worth playing for. It exists, the story said, in [...]