Monthly Archives: May 2012

LA Hump Day Links: May 30, 2012

It’s time to sing goodbye to May…with some reading reflections. Enjoy, and send us your comments and thoughts! “Why We Lie,” by Dan Ariely at The Wall Street Journal. What’s the truth about human dishonesty? Which liars and cheaters should … Continue reading

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LA Hump Day Links: May 23, 2012

You love links, too? Read on: “Bitter Greens Reponds to Monsanto,” by Tom Philpott at Bitter Greens Journal.¬†¬†This old post with well-articulated prose (and debate skills) is enough to make a liberal artist smile anytime. Plus, this post is what … Continue reading

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LA Hump Day Links: May 16, 2012

We are roughly a month away from another summer solstice (and less than a week away from the highly publicized NATO Summit). Take your mind off any worries and slip into a summer state of mind with these hot LA … Continue reading

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LA Hump Day Links: May 9, 2012

We learned an important lesson today at LA: Dress to impress–you never know who you’ll meet. And in the vein of learning lessons, we bring you a few lessons in the form of commencement speeches. Tis the season, right? Kenyon … Continue reading

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LA Hump Day Links: May 2, 2012

Happy Hump Day! Has this week gone as fast for you as it did for us? Newt may be out of the race, but we’re still in the liberal arts links game — so check these out: The Beginning of … Continue reading

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