Scheming for Moderna in the Black Heart of Budapest: An Ex-pat’s Vax Adventure

If I’ve learned anything this past year, living in a somewhat unstable foreign country during a vicious global pandemic, it’s to trust my survival instinct: Stock up on rice and beans, make sure my bills are paid, check in with family and friends, and stay away from vaccines that sound like Captain Beefheart album titles.

HOMEMADE INFOGRAPHIC: Ranking Law Schools’ Decisions to Quit the U.S. News Law School Rankings

U.C. Davis and U.C. Irvine outshine Stanford

Biennale Dispatch: Things Done and Underdone

Chasing memory in Venice, finding a mouthful of splinters