Saturday, September 05, 2015

Saturday Stories: Trigger Warnings, Refugees, and Big Soda

"14-05-06-budapest-RalfR-11" by © Ralf Roletschek 
Greg Lukianoff and Jonathan Haidt in the Atlantic explain why they believe trigger warnings are disastrous for education and mental health.

Anemona Hartocollis in the New York Times documenting the de Facto refugee camp at Budapest's Keleti train station.

Patrick Mustain in Scientific American covers how small amounts of soda industry dollars have purchased large amounts of mayoral silence and friendship (with brief quote from me).

And also below is my latest segment with The Social - this one on the hosts' daily habits.