This week in White Male Oppression (™) is author Mathew (yes, one “T”) Klickstein who is here to tell us all about the problem with diversity.
Shelby Woo. I can’t quit you yet, not where there are still 10 more episodes of weird, wholesome, teenage crime-fighting hijinks. Apparently I have a lot of feelings about Shelby, so this time, I’ll just focus on one episode.
My first semester of grad school (all of two years ago), I took a class on “Families as Educators.” I had planned that it would be a great supplement to the drier coursework of education policy briefs and memorizing education finance legislation as settled through Supreme Court rulings. This class was fluffier, and I probably […]
“They let a cow loose in the Palm Woods.” So begins last night’s text conversation with my sister. I typed the only logical reply:
So I keep having this weird, recurring dream where I’m running through a giant game of Supermarket Sweep! And no matter how many turkeys, bottles of medication, and cheese I pile into my cart (you know, all the big ticket items), I can’t seem to break out of the isles and get back to my checkout […]
I wanted to write about some of the new authors on the YA scene this year, but I haven’t finished one of the books I’m reading yet. While I was, somewhat frantically, searching for another idea I got to thinking about some of the new kids’ TV shows that are out there. I have come […]
If I had a dollar for every time my friends and I reminisced about how amazing it was being a child of the 1990s, I wouldn’t have to keep forbearing my graduate school loans. From Ace of Base to Lisa Frank, we can talk for hours about the things that made the decade fun, colorful, […]