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ISPs and Internet Privacy

Jake Chanenson May 16, 2017

On April 3, 2017 S.J. Res. 34 was signed into law. This resolution provided congressional disapproval of the FCC privacy rules implemented in late 2016. This joint resolution not only overturned the rule,...

Vacations, Digital Privacy, and You

Jake Chanenson May 8, 2017

As the countdown to summer vacation dwindles closer to zero, many students look forward to an exciting summer vacation. If your summer plans take you aboard you may want to put some extra thought into...

Currents Updates: April 2017

Currents Updates: April 2017

May 8, 2017

United Airlines Controversy Occurred: April 9th, 2017 What Happened: A 69 year old man identified as David Dao, a physician in Elizabethtown, KY, was dragged out of his seat after boarding a United Airlines...

Our Next Justice

Our Next Justice

Neal Chan April 3, 2017

In 2002 a lawyer and former clerk to Supreme Court Justice Byron White lamented that the Supreme Court nomination process had become “an ideological food fight.” That lawyer, Neil Gorsuch, now finds...

I’m a Feminist Because of the True Definition Of “Sexist”

Emily Chen March 27, 2017

When the Fourteenth Amendment was adopted in 1868, women were angry. Not because they didn’t support the equal protection and rights of slaves (although some certainly did not), but because the Constitution...

Power of Net Neutrality

Chapin Lenthall-Cleary February 16, 2017

Net neutrality arguably is one of the most important issues of our generation. People who agree with net neutrality believe that companies who own internet wires have no right to restrict traffic flowing...

Aleppo: The Terror of the Syrian Civil War

Aleppo: The Terror of the Syrian Civil War

Nick Camposano and Owen Goodchild January 11, 2017

As bombs plunge to the earth and bullets whiz, a city is left devastated.  Innocent men, women, and children witness their homes buried in rubble.  A life of agony and despair replaces their previous...

Istanbul Terror Attack

Sarah Vizz January 7, 2017

Thousands packed into Reina Nightclub to beckon in the New Year. Located in Istanbul, one Turkey’s cosmopolitan cities, the breathtaking club was packed with soap opera stars, professional athletes,...

Ohio State Attack

Ohio State Attack

Fernando Castro December 12, 2016

Ohio State University student, Abdul Razak Ali Artan, carried out a knife attack on campus on Monday afternoon, hospitalizing 11. Artan was also killed by police officer during his attack. Originally...

Barack Obama’s Presidency in Review

Barack Obama’s Presidency in Review

Fernando Castro December 12, 2016

As President Barack Obama finishes his term in office  until Donald Trump’s inauguration, it is time to reflect on his two terms and the changes he brought. Barack Obama began his political career...

Trump and Brexit Signal a Shift Away from Globalization

Trump and Brexit Signal a Shift Away from Globalization

Antonia Moffa November 15, 2016

In a stunning and unprecedented turn of events, Donald J. Trump was elected the 45th president of the United States of America. His outrageous policies have drawn a crowd of mostly white, working-class...

How Donald Trump Won

How Donald Trump Won

Ben Chanenson and Sebastian Bryant November 15, 2016

The historic 2016 ended in one of the largest upsets in American Presidential history. Donald J. Trump, now president-elect, won key states like Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Florida that ensured his victory....

Harambe: The Meme, the Myth, the Legend

Harambe: The Meme, the Myth, the Legend

Sebastion Bryant October 27, 2016

Who is Harambe?          I felt a great disturbance in the Force, as if millions of voices suddenly cried out in terror,  and were suddenly silenced. I fear something terrible has happened." -Obi...

Watched

Watched

Lena Armstrong October 27, 2016

Terrorism has become an international epidemic. Domestically, the US has endured the fifteenth anniversary of September 11th, shootings in San Bernardino and Orlando, and bombings in New York and New Jersey,...

Hurricane Matthew

Hurricane Matthew

Josh Woo October 27, 2016

Hurricane Matthew, the defining natural phenomenon of late September and early October, has been mostly noted for its extensive impact on numerous countries. Matthew’s origins have been traced to waters...

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