First-time author Carol Ross Joynt's book, Innocent Spouse, is a contribution to strengthening sisterhood through the written word. A memoir like this speaks directly to you, Reader, in a more vivid voice than a novel.
Somehow, of all the habits one could pick up while in college -- living on pizza and ramen noodles, drowning one's sorrows in the free flow of a keg -- I got hooked on something entirely different: meditation.
The U.S. Secretary of Ed. thinks a college should have a 40% graduation rate of its basketball players to be eligible for the NCAA tournament. Sounds good, but won't this foster more shenanigans with athletes' grades?