After pivoting a failed startup, Egyptian entrepreneur Naguib Sawiris has been charging forward in the edtech space with his tutoring platform Yup. Sawiris dropped out of Stanford in 2013, but held onto
Greg Gage is a neuroscientist. You wouldn't know it by looking at him, though. There's no long, white lab coat. And he doesn't speak in scientific jargon that's difficult to understand. That's because
There are a lot of tough aspects to being President. But there are some perks too. Meeting extraordinary people across the country. Holding an office where you get to make a difference in the life of nation.
America is going to the top of the medal count, and the largest contingent of female athletes in Olympic history is carrying it there. Team USA will win more medals than anybody else at the 2016 Summer
By Dana Milbank Dana Milbank Op-ed columnist covering national politics Email Bio Follow Much of Hillary Clinton’s difficulty in this campaign stems from a single, unalterable fact: She is a woman. I’m
Boy, they sure do start 'em young in New Hampshire. Primary day proved especially traumatic for the world's youngest Democrat, who was so heartbroken he couldn't vote for Hillary Clinton that it brought
We still live in a world where "guy-approved" ends up meaning "cool." Our feminist foremother has misbehaved. Gloria Steinem said young women only support Bernie Sanders because they want attention from
Hillary Clinton is not the first progressive Democratic woman to be challenged by Bernie Sanders. He ran against me in 1986 when I was running for my second term as governor of Vermont. At that time he
While the focus has been on teaching the dangers of racism, many students are left in the dark about the history and motivations for this troubling period Many people argue that it is crucially important
The Vermont senator’s political imagination is active against plutocracy, but why is it so limited against white supremacy? Last week Bernie Sanders was asked whether he was in favor of “reparations for
I am excited that Hillary Clinton could be President of the United States. You read that right -- excited! According to conventional punditry, I'm supposed to be lacking enthusiasm, nearly slapping my
Only in a sexist society would women be told that caring about representation at the highest levels of government is wrong When it comes to women in politics, the United States is pretty much the pits.
I am just going to come out and say it: I don't "feel the Bern." I'm a progressive liberal, so Sanders' rhetoric resonates with me. I love his biting message about inequality, corporate greed and social