- Guest Column
Law awakens to choking dangers
For many years, the act did not usually bring charges because it often left no marks. But strangulation does leave damage, both physical and emotional, says attorney Penny Clute.
Teaching is not so easy: Part 3
Stewart Denenberg describes college teaching using the metaphor of the Acting Company where the professor plays all of the roles.
Our words are full of discovery
Words have the power to tear down or build up our lives, Mary White writes.
Looking back at the search for 'firsts'
Life was difficult for African-Americans when I was young, writes columnist Ken Wibecan.
Memories of Mistro
Frequently, it takes a while for a shelter dog to bond with its new companion, but Mistro was an exception, columnist Ken Wibecan writes.
Watch for warning signs of financial abuse of elderly
Exploitation can be based on fear, lies.
Multiple options in media varies political views
Stewart Denenberg thinks it's better to have too much choice than not enough when it comes to news mediums.
- Concerned about elderly neighbor's puppy Express worry in comforting tone, columnist Monica Collins writes.
Roaming the outskirts of family life
When we were first having babies, my husband and I made an agreement about his involvement in the labor/delivery process, writes columnist Mary White.
Defendants should detail their guilt
Former judge says it is important to their treatment and to the healing of victims.
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