While visiting Kent State, Anthony Mullen revisits the 13 seconds 40 years ago when the Ohio National Guard killed four students and wounded nine others.
January 2010 Archives
Anthony Mullen reaches out to colleagues after discovering that a young woman he knows has been lost to the earthquake in Haiti.
After spending three days getting to the Learning and Technology World Forum in London, Anthony Mullen confronts sleep deprivation and the memory of saving a child's life.
As three governors, a senator, and a Harvard professor spout on about teachers at an ed conference, Anthony Mullen is a fly on the wall until someone asks for his opinion.
I watched the large chicken jump and down on the cold sidewalk, flapping its wings at passing motorists. A few cars stopped to snap photographs of the large hen and one teenage boy yelled "Get a real job!" The fast food restaurant was getting ready to close when the chicken came inside. The bird sat opposite me at an empty table and I felt a little self-conscious eating a roasted chicken leg. The chicken sat slouched at the table, its head weighing forward. The person inside the costume was obviously exhausted from standing and flapping its flightless wings all day. ...