Making the Classroom Digital; or, “BYOT”
education / Internet / rage

Making the Classroom Digital; or, “BYOT”

We all remember being in high school, right? It was a magical land of constant comparisons–in terms of clothes, grades, achievements, cars, etc. Do students really need another shiny yardstick with which to measure each other? Do you learn better then your classmate if your dad buys you a Macbook Air? Continue reading

The Grand Budapest Hotel
film / Pop Culture / Review

The Grand Budapest Hotel

Wes Anderson’s film The Grand Budapest Hotel hardly needs another glowing review, as it is already a critical darling. It boasts all the signature Anderson touches–but exceeds, in crucial ways, its most recent counterparts. Unlike Moonrise Kingdom, the film that preceeded it, The Grand Budapest Hotel avoids being sickly sweet and twee. Or rather, it balances out that signature saccharine … Continue reading