There is truly simple kindness in the world that we sometimes fail to recognize in the midst of the opposite happening all around us.
Me: “Grandpa! Do you want to try some cookie dough?”
Grandpa: “You’re not supposed to eat raw cookie dough.”
Me: “There’s no eggs in it.”
Grandpa: “What’s wrong with eggs?”
Me: “Grandpa, eggs are the reason why you aren’t supposed to eat raw cookie dough.”
This holiday season, campus organizations at Ithaca College are working with local charities and hosting events to give back to the community.
With finals and paper deadlines looming, columnist Nathan Bickell spreads a last bit of Thanksgiving cheer by handing out his biggest sports turkeys of 2012.
I have a confession to make: I missed Thanksgiving football this year. It’s not like I wasn’t looking forward to Green Bay-Detroit because I was. It’s not like I don’t have relatives just as into football as I am either because I most certainly do. It’s just that it was really kind of nice out…
Every Thanksgiving, millions of American sports fans, myself included, as well as at least a couple hundred thousand bored Americans with nothing else to do besides interact with relatives plunk themselves down on the couch and watch the Dallas Cowboys , the Detroit Lions and whoever those two teams are playing that particular Thursday. The…