Editorial

Homecoming Should be Revised and Repurposed

October 16, 2017

For more than a century, colleges and universities around the country have been celebrating homecomings. The tradition is said to have originated 90 miles south of Kirksville at the University of Missouri, when Mizzou’s football […]

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Be Concerned Over Equifax Leak

September 25, 2017

Many of us college students have only just started taking control of our finances. It’s no easy task for anybody, but for students trying to manage debt while as they put themselves through their education […]

Editorial

Siri Reinforces Gender Roles

September 13, 2017

In the often-stifling environment of the 1950s, one of the few careers predominantly open to women was secretary or personal assistant. She was supposed to organize the daily activities of her bosses — most of […]

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Opinions: Academia Should Question Its Foundations

March 22, 2017

The social sciences are rarely interested in investigating their foundations. By accepting the initial assumptions and standard methodologies that make up these foundations, academics are able to undertake the “real work” of, say, forecasting economic […]

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Reacting To: The Nintendo Switch

March 10, 2017

The Nintendo Switch is a console unlike any other, and I’m not saying that because a Nintendo representative told me to. The Nintendo Switch is an experiment in gaming hardware, and it shows. The Switch […]