What was your inspiration for The Wake? Scott Snyder: Well my inspiration, the moment I thought of it, was I saw a clip about, like an ancient shark of some kind that they found off the coast of Japan. You could probably find it if you look up ‘ancient shark off the coast of Japan,’ you’ll find
Raymond Burse spent seven years as president of Kentucky State University before launching a 17-year career at General Electric Company in 1989. Two years after entering retirement, Burse rejoined KSU as their interim president, but had a unique salary demand. He would come on board if the
Rush has been my favorite band since their debut album in 1974. The band completely altered what I thought rock could be and catalyzed my lifelong interest in progressive metal. But as much as I love their music and respect the hell out of their technical abilities, I worry that Neil Pearts need
A complaint by graduate students at Walden University is shining light on its parent company, Laureate Education. The low-profile business is the world’s largest for-profit college operator. View this
Theatre can hit you hard and fast if you’re in the right mood. It is more immediate than film and television, it asks you to sympathize with the characters, no matter how cruel they can be, and it is never exactly the same each time you go. While musicals and comedies tend to do better at the
View this image ‘ Rich Pedroncelli / AP In the 2011 draft, the Sacramento Kings made waves by taking BYU sparkplug Jimmer Fredette with the 10th overall pick. In addition to Fredette, they also took 5’9’ Washington point guard Isaiah Thomas with the draft’s 60th overall pick, making him Mr.
fans got some good news and some shocking bad news Thursday: the HBO comedy is renewed for a fifth season, but one of its most beloved characters wont appear in it. After announcing the shows renewal, HBO revealed that they came to an agreement with T.J. Miller (who plays the self-involved