August 25, 2019

Avoid ‘junk food’ news (The Star)

Netflix’s ‘Dead to Me’ is proof that tragedy can go hand-in-hand with humor making tragicomedies universally relevant (MEAWW)

Voter Registration Is Up In Virginia, And That Could Help Democrats (WAMU)

RICHARDSON: Not Coming to Work (The Free Lance-Star)

When it Comes to Small-Dollar Donations, Democrats Are Out-Raising Republicans (WVTF)

Big Spenders Don’t Always Win Elections, But They Win Quite Often (WVTF)

Second Republican Enters Race To Take Back Virginia’s 10th District (WAMU)

Donors Look to Protect Interests in 2019 Election (WVTF.org)

UNESCO explores digital tech and games for ‘more peaceful and sustainable societies’ (Venturebeat.com)

Grades Can Hinder Learning. What Should Professors Use Instead? (The Chronicle of Higher Education)