I Took My Mom's Online Nursing Courses for Her
She needed sleep—and more hours at her day job to help me get through my own school.
I'm a College Professor Who Faked Dissertation Data on the Side
It was a good gig for a while, to be quite honest.
I Help People Cheat Their Way to Getting PhDs
I've written dozens of papers, including dissertations, for people with fancy titles in prestigious fields.
Getting Out of Bed
Better Sleep Habits Won't Save Me From the Exhaustion of Academia
As a Black woman graduate student, burn out feels like a requirement for success.
Scholars Say if You Hate the Kardashians, You Probably Hate Yourself
The field of Kardashian research is growing. Here's what it can tell us about society.
Bernie De Koven, Influential Game Designer and Scholar of Fun, Dies at 76
The author of 'The Well-Played Game' reminded us that rules should come secondary to people.
The Scholarly Journal for Studying Photos of Mark Zuckerberg
The inaugural edition of 'The California Review of Images and Mark Zuckerberg' was released Monday.
This Calming Zine Is Helping My Social Media Overstimulation
Heterotopias examines virtual architecture through essays and images that make you stop and think.
Harvard boots Chelsea Manning after CIA leaders complained
Study That Claimed AI Could Determine a Person’s Sexuality Is Under Ethical Review
The Journal of Personality and Social Psychology is reexamining a Stanford study after it received significant backlash.
VICE News Tonight on HBO
Seattle's new bike-sharing program is a lot like legal bike theft
Meme Historians Are an Inevitability
Memes now have as much power, influence, and reach as the propaganda posters of yesteryear. Of course they're going to be academically studied.