Columbia schools refuse to sugar-coat history

AP History

Last week, an Oklahoma House Education Committee voted 11-4 to cut funding to AP US History because the new curriculum omitted American exceptionalism. Luckily, Columbia students are taught to be exceptionally critical thinkers

Will bark for followers: the pets of social media

Brick, a 2-year-old Labrador–Pitbull mix, gives his followers what they want. Which is mostly selfies and flexing mirror pics.

Brick, our beloved labrador-pitbull mix, is a social media fiend. We made him a Facebook for kicks. Then a Twitter. Then an Instagram. We never thought it would go this far — the rest of the story is his

Foreign films at True/False Film Fest

True/False Film Fest and Ragtag Cinema film programmer Chris Boeckmann lounges in Ragtag's sofas on Feb. 24, 2015. Photo by Ashley Szatala

True/False Film Fest programmer Chris Boeckmann lets festival attendees in on the reason why this year's foreign language films are a must-see

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Step aside, Wendy—there's a new Darling in Neverland, thanks to Kyle Walter's web series 'The New Adventures of Peter and Wendy'