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Swanson: Trump’s War On The Press Feels Familiar

Swanson: Trump’s War On The Press Feels Familiar

By Gavin Swanson, Opinion Writer

November 13, 2019

For any normal politician, attacking important and established American institutions like Congress and the free press would be political suicide. Then again, Donald Trump isn’t like any other American politician. Sure, there are figures who push back and make less-than-flattering remarks about their...

Gaming Corner: Pushing the Boundaries of Game Design with Twine

Gaming Corner: Pushing the Boundaries of Game Design with Twine

By Abigail Bowé, Arts Writer

November 10, 2019

No attached price tags. No prior knowledge of a programming language required. Simple enough to learn in under an hour. Many gamers are less familiar with Twine than game creation programs big-budget studios use, like Unity or the Unreal Engine, but this landmark freeware is special in that it makes...

The New York Times’ ‘The Weekly:’ A Supplement to Your Journalistic Meal

The New York Times’ ‘The Weekly:’ A Supplement to Your Journalistic Meal

By Sofia Sant'Anna-Skites

June 9, 2019

  1,550 journalists from 160 different countries work for The New York Times, according to their website. Now over 30 of these journalists are stepping out of their comfort zones and onto the screens for the first season of “The Weekly.” The show, in partnership with streaming partners ...

Brown: Private Benefactors Should Have No Say in University Research or Academia

Brown: Private Benefactors Should Have No Say in University Research or Academia

By Jacob Brown

April 22, 2019

  In 2017, the Charles Koch Foundation one-to-one matched a $10 million donation made by the Eccles Foundation to establish the Marriner S. Eccles Institute for Economics and Quantitative Analysis. The new institute's mission was to “push the frontiers of knowledge through academic research an...

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