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The seafood you eat may have been caught by slaves

That seafood you bought from the supermarket or the calamari you had at a restaurant may have a dark history.

FROM THE NEWSROOM:  First, the Saudis launched air strikes in Yemen. So what does it all mean?  We'll unpack it.  

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Women's Studies Conference

Mar 24, 2015

Middle Tennessee State University is set to host an interdisciplinary conference on global discourses in Women’s and Gender Studies this Thursday, March 26 through Saturday, March 28.

There will be a preconference day on Wednesday, March 25. 

The conference will showcase a wide variety of panels that relate to women’s and/or gendered existence. Some of the scheduled programs include: Equality and Issues of Equal Pay, Texual Analysis and Feminist Pedagogy and Youth, Gender, and Sexuality in Education.

Pixar's Pete Docter gets into our heads with Inside Out

Oscar-winning animator Pete Docter on his surreal new feature film about the emotions that drive kids and adults alike.



An Ikea-sponsored prank shows the art world is just like Ikea wants you to think it is

We’ve all been there before.  

You move into a new apartment. The walls are bare. You’re too old to put sports posters on the wall, or that light-up beer sign you won at pub trivia. But you’re also too poor to buy real art. So you head to Ikea, where fine art costs less then a lobster roll sold out of a truck.