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Thursday, Feb. 29
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EDITORIAL: The College of Abandoned Arts

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While the explanation for the College of Arts and Sciences budget shortfall falls short, the lack of financial and promotional attention to our less profession-focused school is a result of cultural disinterest. 






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COLUMN: Women in STEM recruitment tactics appeal to all genders

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The University of Washington is being praised for its successes in bringing and retaining more women in information technology fields. They share some of their methods for engaging prospective female students, but the way they are framed come off as a little sexist.




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COLUMN: You've got mail

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The millennial generation communicates with each other on a daily basis through a variety of different platforms.



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COLUMN: #justPOTUSthings

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On Monday, President Barack Obama tweeted from his own Twitter handle for the very first time, greeting the Twittersphere with this light-hearted hello: "@POTUS: Hi Twitter!



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COLUMN: Snapchat and globalization

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Everyone Snapchats. I Snapchat. You Snapchat. He/she/it Snapchats. There is no denying this popular app is a fun way to keep in touch with friends, entertain ourselves and send goofy selfies on the way to class. Since its launch in 2011, Snapchat users not only can send 10-second photos to their buddies, they can use Snapcash, Discover and Campus Stories. With Campus Story, I can see a photo or video a fellow Hoosier uploaded of Showalter Fountain.


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COLUMN: Grand Old Party Poopers

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Let’s put aside for a moment the pure absurdity of the number of candidates potentially vying for the Republican nomination for President of the United States.


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COLUMN: Spare the rod

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Sometimes I worry the things I write as a columnist or active social media user may come off as alienating to some of the important people in my life.


Google drive?

Editorial: Google Drive?

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In our lifetime and the lifetimes of those before us, self-driving vehicles have seemed like an science-fiction impossibility.


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Column: Millennial is might

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When I began researching topics for this article, I was struck by the amount of articles about the employment — or rather unemployment — of millennials. The millennial label itself is often used to criticize the perceived narcissism of our generation, exaggerate the differences between generations and bemoan the woes of the current job market, especially for recent college graduates.


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Column: Undeserved thanks after reversed false conviction

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Just this week, Michael Kenneth McAlister, 58, was granted an absolute pardon for his wrongfully convicted rape charges back in 1986. Apparently, he wasn’t being heard much back in the late 1980s when the conviction took place.


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Column: Tsarnaev's death penalty is too costly

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On Friday, a federal jury sentenced Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to death for the bombings at the 2013 Boston Marathon. He is twenty-one years old. He and his brother Tamerlan, who was killed in the ensuing police chase, planted explosives that killed three people, blew the legs off of seventeen others, and seriously injured two hundred and forty more.