Beginning in fall 2019, the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business will launch a part-time, online MBA program, making the school the first top-10 business school in the country to offer an online degree alternative. The Business School currently runs weekend and evening MBA programs for professionals who are unable to commit to the […]
Hozier’s unique, seamless, heart-driven blend of folk, soul, rock and blues has left an indelible mark on the musical world, sparking many imitators but few who have risen to meet his level of talent and vision. A follow-up, naturally, was and has always been a tall order.
With mounting, almost morbid horror, the novel is impossible to put down.
Russian author Leo Tolstoy once said, “Wrong does not cease to be wrong because the majority share in it.” This wisdom has obviously been lost on a growing number of counties across the U.S., where localities are declaring themselves Second Amendment sanctuaries and thereby exempting themselves from obeying certain state-level gun control laws. The trend […]
Neither spends much time on the question of separating the art from the artist — that’s the sort of thorny dilemma that doesn’t make for a compact primetime special. But what Winfrey and King both do well is to give their viewers the tools to make those decisions for themselves.
In an age where captivating, thrilling TV has somehow become dime a dozen, “The Widow” offers little of note to make it stand out in this crowded field.
In season two of Netflix’s original series “House of Cards,” the show’s main character, fictitious U.S. President Frank Underwood, tells the audience, “The road to power is paved with hypocrisy, and casualties. Never regret.” In the past few weeks, President Donald Trump has shown he is taking a similar approach in his quest to fund […]
In late February, President Donald Trump's administration announced its final rule on a revision of the Title X family planning program that could potentially divert millions of dollars from Planned Parenthood to faith-based health care organizations. Under the revision, health care providers hoping to receive Title X funding will no longer be able to “refer […]
The prospect of removing crime from its circumstances — of sitting robed, elevated, deciding what individual gets to atone for societal ills and of looking at a child offender with the same removed contempt as one would look at an adult offender: these are absurdities in Labaki’s book.
This is a show whose only aim seems to present the strangeness or general ordinariness of rich Mexicans.