As many Americans know, sex education has been a part of our children's schooling for years to much debate. Many state that abstinence-only education is the way to go, and even the Obama administration recently added their support to this argument.Read More »
May 29 will be Turban Day at Eastern Washington University.
Three student groups have come together to host the event, which is designed to help educate students about the Sikh faith.Read More »
As though the American public was not already terribly polarized and reactive around subjects pertaining to women’s bodies, TIME magazine jumped in this week with a controversial cover: an image of a trim, blonde, good-looking mother nursing a toddler son, accompanied by the caption, “Are you mom enough?”Read More »
Tonight at 7 p.m. members of the Friends of Compassion will gather at The Center for Spiritual Living to discuss having compassion for people with special needs.Read More »
When the mind that first imagined the Wild Things disappeared for good last week, the children-turned-adults who adored Max and his wild rumpus with big-eyed monsters didn't just mourn the loss of Maurice Sendak; they also grieved for their own ever-fading childhoods.Read More »
This story goes back to Albert Einstein in 1905, called Einstein’s miracle year. In just that one single year, Einstein published four papers, any one of which would have made the career of any other scientist.Read More »