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Ah, college. Since freshman year, we’ve been surrounded by so many resources, so many options. So many minds filled with thoughts of wonder, inspiration, and encouragement to make the future world a better world by saving the seals, protecting the rainforests, fighting for gender equality, or simply convincing people to switch to CFL light bulbs.... MORE »
It’s that day again, dear readers. It is a day of enlightenment, for us all to share in new beliefs. Today, gullible is written on the ceiling, genetically-engineered winged pigs have escaped their containment tanks, and HBO canceled Game of Thrones on a whim at 12:00 AM. Really! Anyone with half a brain can become... MORE »
Grammy-nominated hip-hop artist Nicki Minaj got into a heated Twitter fight with Syracuse University students yesterday after a student tweeted her asking if she would be performing at Block Party, a yearly concert event that takes place in the university’s Carrier Dome and holds upwards of 50,000 people. Block Party has previously hosted such big name acts... MORE »
It’s been quite a week here at Hofstra: the weather’s been beautiful, professors have been absent, and I can’t think of a third clause. But for some, there have been better weeks. Fred No-go, a fictitious yet lovable Hofstra freshman, was stuck in the library elevator for 5 hours on Sunday night. Here’s what he... MORE »
The Stop Online Piracy Act, a piece of internet legislation that has potentially dangerous consequences to the free flow of information online, was shelved Wednesday after a massive web-wide protest. Sites such as Wikipedia and Reddit went black, while Google, Craigslist, and countless other highly trafficked destinations posted notices informing their users of the bill. Amidst... MORE »
PIPA and SOPA, two proposed pieces of anti-piracy legislation that can have dire consequences on user content-generated websites, are causing uproar among the online community. If passed, the acts could possibly shut down social networking sites, search engines, and blogging websites due to copyright infringement. Here’s a look into the future without our favorite sites.... MORE »