I talk about random facts, memories and experiences.
I tell my students about the heartbreak of 2001, but I also speak of hope. That September I experienced the remarkable robustness of humanity.
Twenty years ago, on October 19, 1993, the US House of Representatives voted 264 to 159 to reject further financing for the Superconducting Super Collider, the particle accelerator being built under Texas.
This editorial is not an outlier, but only the most brazen recent example of the preference for mindless bullying over authentic discussion.