For years, Mexican artist Martín Ramírez was only known as a psychiatric patient who made drawings. That narrative is changing.
Study abroad programs have ballooned in the last few decades, with colleges and universities offering it as a defining experience for emerging global citizens. But is it mainly play time for the well-off and overrated as a mind-broadening rite of passage?
Women in a small town in southwestern Colombia have stopped having sex with their significant others to protest the terrible condition of a road that connects their town to the rest of Colombia. The campaign, dubbed the “crossed legs movement,” seems to be working.
The CPR training mannequin Rescue Annie has been kissed millions of times around the world. But the face isn't merely some computer animation — it's believed to be based on the face of a woman pulled out of Paris' Seine River back in the 1880s. While that's the official story, and believed to be true, dozens (or more) other versions have also popped up.