People Power: Are you a critical thinker?

Succeeding in the flooring business, or any business for that matter, is not easy. Capitalism is mean and unforgiving. It doesn’t tolerate ineffectiveness or...

Program gives Mankato students a head start in manufacturing careers

At MTU Onsite Energy, East High School senior Ethan Dempster is mounting control panels, installing radiators and trying almost every other job on the...

‘Stories and scars:’ CFP Board diversity summit spotlights difficult road ahead

"You can't be what you can't see." That's one of the primary messages the CFP Board is trying to send as part of its ongoing...

More than 770,000 British children don’t own a single physical book, says Literacy Trust

Reading for pleasure among children has long been losing ground to the lure of smartphones and video games, but research has found more than...

The Expertise Trap

This article is directed toward leaders—leaders of companies, leaders of teams, leaders of communities and leaders of countries. I want to talk to you about...

Army Corps, Texas officials propose sweeping hurricane protection plan

Following years of research, studies and public debate, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers — in partnership with the state’s General Land Office —...

Gen Ed Is a Problem of Pedagogy, Not Subject Matter

Here’s an idea that popped into my head. Tell me what you think about it: Gen ed is a problem of pedagogy, not subject...

Critical thinking helps cut through blarney in campaigns

As a reference librarian with 30 years of experience working at the college level, Jerry Zremski’s article on congressional candidate Max Della Pia’s partially...

Commentary: Critical thinking, a needed nutrition to resist the virus of falsehoods

Deliberate online falsehoods (DOFs), also known as disinformation and fake news, is a problem that has again drawn the attention of the Singapore public. Last...

Opinion | Clashes between journalists and advocates remind us why communication is king

Finding a fresh perspective in undiscussed territory is breeding grounds for a great story. Last year at the Cincinnati Enquirer, journalists Kate Murphy and...

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5 Frozen Food Doesn’t Have to Be Unhealthy Anymore

Now there is no need to bother or late when you want to eat fast food. Frozen food of Indonesia is the solution, just...

Is it too soon for AI in the education landscape?

Earlier this year, the UK Education Secretary called for the IT industry to work with educators to make “smarter use” of technologies, such as...

Harsh weather, House Dems subpoena Trump associates: 5 things you need to know Monday

A wave of harsh weather rolls across the nation A series of recent, massive storms that conspired with a fresh push of Arctic air have...

A Promise of Improbably Light Fried Fish in the Bronx

The sign says Millie Peartree Fish Fry & Soul Food, which is both a name and a promise. A fish fry is an event, whether held...
These are the 10 black men in University of Cincinnati College of Medicine's first year class at their "White Coat Ceremony,"

After decades of effort, African-American enrollment in medical school still lags

WASHINGTON – Gabriel Felix is on track to graduate from Howard University's medical school in May. The 27-year-old from Rockland County, N.Y., has beaten the odds...