Ithaca, NY, where Cornell’s main campus is located, is less than an hour’s drive from four maximum-security state prisons for men. Proximity has led to a partnership among institutions of higher education,
Pets / Updated By Scott Stump He has 12 children, nine grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren, and he’s only 52. Ozzie, the world’s oldest living male gorilla in captivity, celebrated his 52nd birthday
First it was Suzy Lee Weiss and her Wall Street Journal Op-Ed. Then last week we got the crazy but “amazing” University of Maryland sorority girl who penned a letter to her “sisters” telling them they
The most complicated $100 bill yet For as long as there has been money, there've been people trying to make fake money. In the U.S., the latest effort to stop counterfeiting will arrive October 8, when
Beyoncé—Earth-Bound Goddess, Queen of All Divas—has in the past year proved herself an expert at manipulating her image and her audience. She has an archivist, for goodness' sakes. And the way she's embarking
New neuroscience study sets out to explain why in some respects music offers the same sort of pleasure as a really good thriller. The love affair between music and neuroscience just keeps going and going.
A psychotherapist contends that the DSM, psychiatry's "bible" that defines all mental illness, is not scientific but a product of unscrupulous politics and bureaucracy. Wikimedia Commons On May 22, the
Notes from the book closet on new titles that caught our eye. “A Guide to Being Born” (Riverhead Books), by Ramona Ausubel, out May 2nd. “A Guide to Being Born” is Ramona Ausubel’s second book, following