Remains of the Day, 5/28/08

1. From Mother Jones: We want the lowdown on student activism, past and present. Been arrested and regret it? Would your school win the prize for silliest student protest? Was student activism way better when you were in school? Is your cause unique? Help us put together our best student activism roundup yet. It’s our…

Carnival of Ohio Politics #119 now posted

Ben Keeler of the Keeler Political Report userhs us into the almost dog days of summer with a road-trip foreshadowing image for Carnival of Ohio Politics #119. Thank you, Ben for doing the deed this week. Thanks to everyone and don’t be shy – we know there’s a lot going on in these here parts…

Emily Gould, blogger on NYT cover, may feel exploited but she’s no Miley

You know, I mentioned this article earlier this week because I was, frankly, pissed off at the New York Times for giving so much space to yet another blogger who feeds into the stereotype of blogs and bloggers being so attention-starved. Uck. [Mini-update: Professor Kim tells us that the New York Times paid Gould $15,000…

[updatex2] Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland appoints Nancy Rogers as AG

Ohio Governor Ted Strickland announced this morning that Ohio State University Moritz Law School Dean Nancy Rogers will serve as the state’s attorney general. She will not run in November 2008 for the unfinished term of former Attorney General Marc Dann who resigned after being engulfed in scandal related to a hostile work environment and…