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Why attorneys for Southern California schools blame victims for their own sexual abuse, bullying

When lawyers representing Moreno Valley Unified School District argued that 13-year-old Diego Stolz and his family were partly to blame for his death at the hands of two bullies, it wasn’t the first time such an argument was used — and likely won’t be the last. “I think it’s a disgusting strategy,” said lawyer Morgan Stewart, whose Irvine firm has sued districts whose defense attorneys have responded by blaming his clients for their alleged abuse. “It bothers me at a core level.” Lewis Brisbois ...
Tags: News, Education, California, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Courts, Lausd, Smith, Southern California, Moreno Valley, Huntington Beach, Stewart, Kelly, Torrance, Carlos

Megyn Kelly says she removed her sons from their New York City school that has 'gone off the deep end' after it circulated a letter about racism

Megyn Kelly Nathan Congleton/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images Megyn Kelly said that she pulled her sons out of their NYC school after the school circulated a letter about racism. Kelly said that the school had "gone off the deep end" by asking faculty to read the letter, entitled "If You Really Want to Make a Difference in Black Lives, Change How You Teach White Kids." The former Fox News and NBC News host discussed the letter during a conversation on the November 16 episode o...
Tags: School, News, Media, Education, New York City, Nbc News, Trends, Fox News, Megyn Kelly, Kelly, Mary Meisenzahl, George Floyd, Getty Images Megyn Kelly, Upper West Side New York City, Nahliah Webber, Orleans Public Education Network

What Designers can do to design irresistible products

Hi, I am Kelly from Knack, where we help mobility brands make their products irresistible. I’ve come to realize that designing irresistible products feels elusive. High hopes and good intentions pour into one end of the product development pipeline and mundane products squirt out the other.You see plenty of seductive product designs on Pinterest and here on Yanko, so you know it’s possible. But what exactly do the designers of these products do differently in order to achieve irresistibility?If ...
Tags: Design, Pinterest, Education, Tennessee, Editorial, Chris, Product Design, Knack, Kelly, Detroit Michigan, College for Creative Studies, Yanko, YD Talks, Kelly Custer, Irresistible Products, Knack Design Studio

When Ted Turner Tried to Colorize Citizen Kane: See the Only Surviving Scene from the Great Act of Cinematic Sacrilege

Could there be a greater act of cinematic sacrilege than colorizing Citizen Kane? For most of the past 78 years since its premiere, Orson Welles' debut feature has been widely considered the greatest motion picture ever made: witness, for instance, its domination of Sight & Sound magazine's critics poll from 1962 until its slip to second place under Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo in 2012. Artistically innovative in ways that still influence movies today, it would seem that Citizen Kane requi...
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The 1959 Project: A New Photoblog Takes a Day-By-Day Look at 1959, the Great Watershed Year in Jazz

If you’ve hung around Open Culture long enough, you’ve heard said that 1959 was a watershed year for jazz—the year of modal classics Giant Steps and Kind of Blue, “harmolodic” masterpiece The Shape of Jazz to Come, and the forever cool Time Out and Mingus Ah Um. Sixty years later in 2019, these experiments and confident leaps forward continue to mark pivotal moments in modern music—moments documented heavily by the photographers who gave the albums their inimitable look. To celebrate that year ...
Tags: Google, Music, College, America, Jazz, John Coltrane, Jackie, Max, Kelly, Facebook Twitter, Weiner, Josh Jones, Kottke, Rudy Van Gelder, Tim Carmody, Jackie McLean

A Typical Day in the Life of a College Student

I'm taking you through my full (busy) day at Hopkins.This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Cengage Unlimited. The opinions and text are all mine.Hi everyone! I'm Kelly and I'm a junior at Johns Hopkins University; I also work as a blogger and the Social Media Director for CF! Today, I'm taking you through my daily routine as a college student, and also throwing in a few of my personal favorites for fashion and life in general.  Me when I was first admitted to Hopkins! Wha...
Tags: Sponsored, College, Washington, Social Media, St Lucia, Chegg, Hopkins, Kelly, Brooks, Kaplan, Johns Hopkins University, College Life, College Living, Gilman Hall, Hopkins This, Career Readiness Center

16 Classic Fashion Icons That Everyone Should Know

These fashion icons are legendary. Here's who they are and why you should care. Fashion is always changing and evolving, but that doesn't mean we shouldn't look backwards sometimes to appreciate the fashions that have come before. Instead of looking to today's celebrities for style tips, sometimes it's more helpful to look to fashion "It Girls" of the past for even more inspiration.If you consider yourself a fashionista, there are certain classic fashion icons that you need to be familiar with....
Tags: Topshop, Celebs, Beyonce, Christina Aguilera, College, White House, Inspiration, Chelsea, Marilyn Monroe, Andy Warhol, Diana, Cher, Janis Joplin, Dorothy, Audrey Hepburn, Belle

Discover David Lynch’s Bizarre & Minimalist Comic Strip, The Angriest Dog in the World (1983-1992)

Most David Lynch fans discover him through his films. But those of us who read alternative weekly newspapers in their 1980s and 90s heyday may well have first encountered his work in another medium entirely: the comic strip. Like many of the best-known examples of the form, Lynch's comic strip stars an animal, specifically a dog, but a dog "so angry he cannot move. He cannot eat. He cannot sleep. He can just barely growl. Bound so tightly with tension and anger, he approaches the state of rigor...
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White House takes aim at El Rancho High teacher Gregory Salcido, saying where he should go

White House chief of staff John Kelly tore into El Rancho High School teacher Gregory Salcido on Wednesday for his disparaging comments about the armed forces of the United States and its members. A 17-year-old student recorded Salcido, his teacher, criticizing him for wearing a sweatshirt that said “U.S. Marines Corps.” Salcido is heard on the video, which has been viewed by millions, saying that only people without options would choose the military as a career, calling them “lowest of the low....
Tags: News, Education, Washington, White House, Sport, Soccer, Military, United States, Local News, John Kelly, Kelly, U S Marine Corps, Fox News Radio, Susan Walsh, Pico Rivera, National News

Anti-military rant not first time Pico Rivera councilman, teacher Gregory Salcido has been in trouble for in-class behavior

Before he was recorded making disparaging comments about members of the military during class, a Pico Rivera councilman’s behavior in his day job as an El Rancho High School teacher sparked past controversy in the community multiple times. The video posted to Facebook on Friday shows Gregory Salcido, who also previously served as Pico Rivera’s mayor while maintaining his job as a history teacher, calling military members “dumbs—s” and “the frickin’ lowest of the low.” A 17-year-old student recor...
Tags: Facebook, Education, Congress, Sport, Soccer, Local News, Los Angeles Times, Kelly, Napolitano, Los Angeles County Sheriff s Department, Pico Rivera, KPCC, El Rancho, El Rancho High, Top Stories WDN, Top Stories SGVT

New professorship honors Core curriculum

As part of the College’s commitment to general education, excellence in teaching and intellectual development through the Core curriculum, the College has established the Christian W. Mackauer Professorship in the College and in the Division of Social Sciences, supported by a $3.5 million dollar donation by Glenn Swogger Jr, AB‘57, chairman of the Redbud Foundation. John D. Kelly, professor of anthropology, has been named the inaugural Christian W. Mackauer Professor. The new chair is named for...
Tags: College, India, Fiji, Social Sciences, Kelly, John W Boyer, Christian W Mackauer Professorship, Glenn Swogger Jr AB, Redbud Foundation John D Kelly, Mackauer

Faculty members receive named, distinguished service professorships

Seventeen faculty members received named professorships or were appointed distinguished service professors. Michael Foote, Sydney Hans, Heinrich Jaeger and Carole Ober received distinguished service professorships; Daniel Arber, Christopher Berry, Mark Courtney, Fred M. Donner, Steven Durlauf, Dwight N. Hopkins, Bana Jabri, John D. Kelly, Howard Nusbaum, Louis H. Philipson, James T. Robinson, Stuart Rowan and Chad Syverson received named professorships. Biological Sciences Division ...

Approach Technology Like the Amish

Kevin Kelly and the Amish Eight years after dropping out of college to wander Asia, Kevin Kelly returned home to America, bought an inexpensive bike, and made a meandering 5,000 mile journey across the country. As he recalls in his original and insightful 2010 book, What Technology Wants, the “highlight” of the bike tour was “gliding through the tidy farmland of the Amish in eastern Pennsylvania.” Kelly ended up returning to the Amish on multiple occasions during the years that followed his fir...
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Looks on Campus: Bethy - University of Central Florida

She's in her Sunday best.Bethy is schooling us on how to transition from summer to fall -- and how to create the perfect church outfit. After church on a Sunday, I spotted Bethy dressed to the nines in the following classic outfit. She exuded elegance and confidence that I could spot from across the quad.  Bethy 101 Name: BethySchool: University of Central FloridaMajor: Business Finance Class: SeniorHometown: Orlando, FL Let’s Talk Fashion Who or what inspires your style? "The [people who insp...
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“Primitive Potter” Travels into the Backcountry for 10 Days with Only a Knife & Buckskin and Makes Anasazi Pottery

From filmmaker Steve Olpin comes a short documentary (a “documentary poem”) called Earth and Fire, about artist and primitive potter Kelly Magleby. The film follows Kelly as she travels into “the backcountry of Southern Utah with a knife and a buckskin for 10 days to try to learn about Anasazi pottery by doing it the way the Anasazi did it.” On her website, Kelly writes “My desire to make Anasazi pottery started with my interest in primitive and survival skills. I love the fact that you ...
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Advent Tea with Friends ... December 19th ❤

Hello my friends, and Happy Monday! Thank you so much for joining me for another 4:00 teatime. :) All throughout Advent I'll be sharing readers' favorite cups and mugs, every weekday at 4 p.m. ... and returning on Fridays with my own special Tea post. Anyone who participates will be entered in my " Winter Comforts Basket " giveaway ... and on New Year's Eve I will announce the basket winner! p.s. Each Friday I give a little peek at something that will be tucked inside that bask...
Tags: Downton Abbey, Homeschooling, Giveaway, Advent, Kelly, Winter Tea, Teatime

Our 2016 Advent Calendar ~ Themes & Ideas

Hello again, my friends! It's a busy posting week here as we get our Advent season underway! This Friday I will host my first Advent Tea - and I am so excited about that! - but right now I'd like to share with you what we're doing for an Advent Calendar this year. (Daily activities are listed below.) I've teased a few pictures on FB and IG but here are ALL the details ... :) Now, first of all, I cannot take credit for this idea. I first saw it on Pinterest as I searched for...
Tags: Amazon, Family, Winter, Pinterest, Holidays, Christmas, Creativity, Children's Books, Homeschooling, Bethlehem, Printables, Advent, Waldorf, Kelly, Polar Express, Catholic Tradition

Stewart Brand’s List of 76 Books for Rebuilding Civilization

When the future looks dim, we can attend to the present with furious agency, spinning from task to task, forgetting for days on end to practice forethought. How much of this comes from tech-addled information overload and how much from physiological responses to real impending danger is anyone’s guess. But both sources of anxiety drive away thoughts of what Stewart Brand— futurist, founder of the , and one of Ken Kesey’s band of Merry Pranksters—calls the “Long Now,” also the name of hi...
Tags: Google, Books, Education, College, Brand, Bbc, Unesco, Brian Eno, Beowulf, Rodney, Frank Herbert, Samuel, Eno, Kelly, Facebook Twitter, Machiavelli

Fashion Flashback: Saved by the Bell

Bayside High has never been cooler.With school starting and early morning alarms ringing for college students everywhere, we thought it was high time for an update to our previous post on fashion inspired by popular teen sitcom show Saved by the Bell, currently streaming on Netflix Instant! Official Promotional Image Chances are, if you grew up in the early nineties, you probably watched Saved by the Bell every day after school. I mean, how could you not? This show had it all: zany high school...
Tags: TV, College, Inspiration, High School, Bell, 1990s, 90s Fashion, Kelly, Slater, Lisa, Zack, Bayside, Mario Lopez, Rachel Green, Jessie, Fashion Institute of Technology

Myths And Facts About HB 2 -- The Anti-Choice Law That Could Overturn Abortion Rights

On March 2, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in Whole Woman's Health v. Hellerstedt, a controversial case that will determine the constitutionality of a Texas anti-choice law (HB 2) that severely limits women's access to abortion and medical care. In covering the case, some media outlets have relied on right-wing media talking points about the purported medical necessity of restricting women's access to abortion, as well as the false claim that HB 2 would prevent another "Kermit Gosnel...
Tags: Health, Post, Hollywood, Texas, Supreme Court, Congress, College, Mexico, Senate, Virginia, America, Austin, Fox, Pennsylvania, Gop, United States

How Right-Wing Media's Misleading Claims About Women's Health Made Their Way To The Supreme Court

The Supreme Court will hear arguments March 2 in Whole Woman's Health v. Hellerstadt, which challenges Texas anti-choice law HB 2. A ruling against abortion provider Whole Woman's Health would close at least 75 percent of Texas' clinics and likely enable anti-choice legislation across the country. Texas' brief to the Supreme Court utilized arguments that mirror talking points from right-wing media, including the claim that HB 2 would prevent another "Kermit Gosnell scandal," in which illegal ope...
Tags: Health, Hollywood, Texas, Supreme Court, Congress, College, Mexico, Senate, Virginia, America, Austin, Fox, Pennsylvania, United States, House, New York Times

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