Drunk History: The Best Place on TV To Be a Woman Right Now

It all started with a story. Back in 2007, comedians and friends Derek Waters and Jake Johnson were having a conversation over drinks. The latter, now known to many as Nick Miller on New Girl, was passionately defending the finer points of Otis Redding's tragic end with a fervor that can only be fueled by stubbornness … Continue reading Drunk History: The Best Place on TV To Be a Woman Right Now

Women In Comedy Are Hurdling The Confidence Gap

A new buzzphrase has entered the lexicon of gender politics over the past few months- "the confidence gap." Brought into the public awareness by The Atlantic's in-depth feature on the concept, its renaissance came about through conversations on the topic with journalists Claire Shipman and Katty Kay that informed the new book The Confidence Code: … Continue reading Women In Comedy Are Hurdling The Confidence Gap

#saHaHa

*QUICK DISCLAIMER: This is not a "you should" post as it pertains to humor in student affairs. This is simply a collection of my thoughts on the matter, thought through with a few colleagues, and ultimately the standards I try to follow when joking around in cyberspace. Everybody good? Good. On we go.* Pete Pereira … Continue reading #saHaHa

The Honesty Firm of Bamford, Delaney, and Notaro

We made it to everyone's favorite part of an Amma Marfo session: the meditation 🙂 #cofRAtrain pic.twitter.com/T8oGvA7RF6 — Amma Marfo (@ammamarfo) January 18, 2014 I had the opportunity to spend time with the resident assistant staffs for all six Colleges of the Fenway this past weekend as a presenter for their spring staff training. I … Continue reading The Honesty Firm of Bamford, Delaney, and Notaro