Jonathan Kendall, Harvard ALM '16, served as an editor at Big Think, where he reviewed stories about the people and ideas that shape America, and the world at large.
When justice isn’t tempered by something such as mercy, forgiveness, or nonviolence, efforts to make society more equitable often backfire.
Appraising a ubiquitous feature among modern folk.
Its emergence will challenge what it means to be human.
Have sexual interludes obscured the path to love?
Quoth the parrot — "Squawk! Nevermore."
People's views can change. What do we do with that?
An out-of-this-world high.
Millions of Americans didn't vote during the midterms — excuses there are many. Some are valid.
Does opening up a relationship to new sexual playmates strengthen the bond between a committed pair, or, does doing so compromise it?
Louie Psihoyos — the director of the Academy Award-winning documentary The Cove — is scouting out locations for his latest project, a real-life dolphin sanctuary.
A moving mural by street artist Eduardo Kobra is one of the first fruits of a revolution about to take the art world by storm.