SB 206, also known as the Fair Pay to Play Act, would radically alter long-standing amateurism laws by allowing college athletes to be paid for their name, image and likeness and enabling them to sign endorsement deals.
One of the few people writing about our new world and time is the young British philosopher Tom Whyman. We spoke with him on how life online might be changing our perception of time.
Black, Latino and LGBT communities have used music and dance as a coping and articulation mechanism for the painful condition of disenfranchisement. For black victims of Apartheid South Africa, it was the Afro-synth bubblegum disco that ignited activism.
Joe Keery, better known as Steve “The Hair” Harrington, released his debut solo album on September 13, under the moniker “Djo.”
It is 2019. Tens of hundreds of wars later, we can finally fly. It is the best of times: the age of global unification and bubbling innovative novelty.
The metric is an impressive achievement as far as gauging a nation’s productive capacities. However, it has nothing substantive to say about the actual progress or well-being of a society.
Greentext is a form of communication traditionally used by members of the notorious website 4chan, an imageboard website that the Guardian once summarized as “lunatic, juvenile… brilliant, ridiculous, and alarming.”