* “Casual Sex: Everyone Is Doing It?” This is in the New Yorker, so it’s not the usual, and the website itself is interesting (likely SFW, as it’s text only, but clicker beware).
* “In Berlin, Unraveling a Family Mystery,” an incredible, beautiful, and moving story: “And so in the year 2015, names and faces were put to two more victims of the Holocaust — my mother’s brother, Szilard Diamant, and his wife, Hella.” Particularly given the current rhetoric around immigration, the story of Szilard Diamant’s struggles matter.
* “Professors investigated by a ‘Bias Response Team’ for presenting opposing viewpoints.” This is not The Onion.
* “Why the Humble Notebook Is Flourishing in the iPhone Era.” This should sound familiar to you.
* Y Combinator is looking into building new cities.
* “Enforcing the law is inherently violent,” a point that ought to be more salient.
* “How J.R.R. Tolkien Found Mordor on the Western Front.” Maybe.
* “What you read matters more than you might think;” this is part of the reason I oppose showing movies in class, at least in most circumstances.