By Paula Scraba, Rachel Kimmel and Denny Wilkins The lacrosse ball soared through the air. Thump. It landed neatly into the net of Caroline Paterno’s lacrosse stick. Heart beating fast, she sprinted up the field, passing her opponents. She lifted… Read More ›
In this century, America has lost its once-remarkable cognitive compass because so many people have lost the desire or ability to think with a discerning mind. That must change.
A new postal stamp stamp will feature Pete Seeger, whose career embodied a spirit of music and social justice.
By Richard Lee Major League Baseball will take its annual mid-season break for the All-Star Game this week. Wouldn’t it be great if political campaigns did the same? In political campaigns, the stakes are high and time is always short…. Read More ›
By John Stevens and David Kassnoff Current employees know how the COVID-19 pandemic re-wrote how their workplaces operate. Frequent video calls via Zoom, anxiety from prolonged isolation, and seemingly perpetual work-from-home days became the norm for associates and teams across… Read More ›
With ‘Elvis’ emerging as one of the top films of the summer and hearings on the insurrection dominating the headlines, ‘Suspicious Minds’ is our choice for the week ahead.
On Independence Day as we celebrate America, Paul Simon’s American Tune is our choice.
By Richard Lee The long-standing journalism mantra “If it bleeds, it leads” holds true for the media’s coverage of the war in Ukraine, according to data compiled by students in a journalism course at St. Bonaventure University. The data showed… Read More ›