Though the Chinese calendar says it’s the Year of The Rat, a large segment of the world may look back on 2020 as the Year of The Trauma. If you’re not touched in some way by unemployment, death of a loved one, anxiety, depression, financial wounds, or losing your mind More
“You can’t be what you don’t see,” said Marian Wright Edelman, civil rights activist and founder of the Children’s Defense Fund. This quote speaks volumes to a question I often get asked as president of Barnard College, an institution devoted to educating and empowering young women: “Are women-only institutions the only More
A few years ago, social scientist Francesca Gino was browsing the shelves at a bookstore when she came across an unusual-looking book in the cooking section: Never Trust a Skinny Italian Chef by Massimo Bottura. The recipes in it were playful, quirky — and improbable. Snails were paired with coffee sauce, veal tongue with More
Mercurial bosses in dysfunctional offices sometimes give orders that their employees just ignore—even when that dysfunctional office is the highest in the country. According to Robert Mueller’s recent report, Donald Trump tried to get his staff to impede the special counsel’s investigation, but figures such as Don McGahn and Rod More
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