Part of having religiously experimental parents was having access to a bunch of interesting books as a kid. My parents’ shelves were full of fascinating stuff, from Herman Hesse’s Siddhartha to Robert Pirsig’s Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance and on and on.
Posts Categorized: Opinions
Week of October 18
Here’s a trick question: what’s the only place in the world that hosts a major atheism club, featured an in-depth, crowd-sourced interview with American President Barack Obama, supports a burgeoning amateur porn scene and is owned by major magazine publisher Condé Nast? Welcome to Reddit. Though Second Life is the biggest example, scads of games… Read more »
It’s getting to be that time of year again.
“Everyone’s entitled to their opinion, and you don’t have to be ugly with yours.”
This week, we’re looking into shame’s antonym, pride.
Why is it that when budget cuts must be made, whether within the government or a university, the arts are always one of the first to get hung out to dry?
Those who know me well know I’m a huge hockey fan. Lately, I’ve been asked about my thoughts on the current NHL labour dispute that has ripped something I hold very dear clean out of my grasp.