by Lillie Sauer If you’ve ever listened to The Smashing Pumpkins, you might already appreciate their dreamy melodic themes, lyrical nuance, or general shoegazey brilliance.
Lillie Sauer is working towards graduating from Missouri State University in 2018, with a BS in Philosophy and Psychology. After dabbling in the biological sciences,
by Daniel Tippens On September 23rd 1952, Richard Nixon, after being accused of misusing money in his political expense fund, delivered his famous “Checkers” speech
by Daniel A. Kaufman No one likes hyperbole more than I do, but it’s reached a point, now, in our public discourse, where it’s making
by Daniel A. Kaufman Click to access mmp.pdf We are nearing the end of the semester in my Theories of Ethics course and have just
by Mark English The great Romantic writer and statesman François-René de Chateaubriand is virtually forgotten today. The steak or the sauce named after him is