Though Dr. Jay McDaniel, Professor of Religion, will retire from Hendrix College at the end of this fall semester, it may not be the last time his students see him around town. One might run into Dr. McDaniel at the … Continue reading The Process of Retiring
Film Producer Lance Kramer on Daring Documentaries and Streaming Services If Netflix’s “Recommended for You” section hasn’t been delivering lately or your queue is sparse, try adding City of Trees (2016, Dir. Brandon Kramer) to your list. It’s the first … Continue reading Production Values
Hey, do you have a minute? No really, just five minutes. It’ll only take ten minutes to read this article. Maybe twenty, if you’re a slow reader, but that wouldn’t be my fault. You can stop reading at any time, … Continue reading No, I Don’t Want to Take Your Survey
After Melania Trump’s infamous jacket, one of the latest political fashion statements on the American market is Gerrymander Jewelry—a new company whose commercial made the rounds on social media because it seemed more like an SNL skit than a real … Continue reading Does My Vote Matter?
After the 2014 midterms marked a 72-year record low for voter participation, 2018’s National Voter Registration day saw a record high for voter registration: over 800,000 people registered to vote in one day, according to CNN. Some of the largest … Continue reading Swipe Up to Vote: Voter Registration Increases through Social Media