September 17, 2020

Everywhere we look right now, there are divisions that are running deep in our society with historical roots, which can be traced back centuries. 

CCU junior Justin Sisler said, “Our system is set up in such a way that it does benefit a few people. So, it’s easier to look and pinpoint ‘those guys are making us suffer,’ because that’s how the structure was built.”...

September 12, 2020

The world has been swept up by the idea of blockchain cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Tether in the past few years, but information and explanation can be scarce online.  

  

Cryptocurrencies are built on the blockchain technology proposed by the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto in a 2008 white paper. Blockchain is a distributed financial accou...

September 12, 2020

  

Social distancing has been the response to COVID-19, but with that comes the loss of students’ physical, mental and emotional well-being.  

The average person is probably tired of hearing about social distancing by now, but that could come from knowing the possible dangers from practicing social distanci...

September 8, 2020

The fall semester has started and scholars have completed their first two weeks of virtual classes. Face-to-face learning is becoming an option and students share how their experience has been thus far.    

  

Julia Robinson, a senior business management major, received notice of the plans that were set in place for her fall semester vi...

September 5, 2020

Andrew Yang believes that people should have rights to their information. Visit https://www.datadividendproject.com/ for more information. Photo courtesy of Inside Hook. 

Former Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang has begun to champion a new policy movement called the Data Dividend Project that aims to monetarily compensate individual consumers by providing them pro...

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