The gung-ho slogan adopted by some Marines became so well-known that it was turned into a 1943 movie.
October 18, 2019 The word "gung-ho" used to mean "industrial cooperative." So, how did it come to describe that overeager middle-schooler taking high school math? On today's edition of Word Watch, we explore.
An Alabama helmet on December 31, 2016, at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, GA.
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September 11, 2019 Jemele Hill, a writer at The Atlantic, argues yes. She says doing so could benefit the colleges and the communities around them.
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August 31, 2019 In a video game, you can try on different identities. But the rules of the real world don't always translate to the fantasy world.
Angela Saini, author of Superior: The Return of Race Science.
July 10, 2019 We talked to Angela Saini, author of the new book Superior: The Return of Race Science, about how race isn't real (but you know ... still is) and how race science crept its way into the 21st century.
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Illustration of Misha Euceph, host of KPCC's "Tell Them I Am," and Tan France from "Queer Eye."
June 3, 2019 In the KPCC podcast "Tell Them, I Am," host and producer Misha Euceph aims to give Muslims a space to define their identities outside of stereotypes and broad generalizations.