New Security Bill to Give Internet Abusers a Lesson in Online Etiquette

February 11th, 2016
7 hours ago

by Jacqueline Stoughton Online privacy and security has been a political issue for some time now, but it seems Congress is finally beginning to make some move on a bill requiring a search warrant from a judge before law enforcements are allowed to freely search through a persons email, photos and other online documents. The […]


Chipotle Tries to Amend E.coli Outbreak

February 11th, 2016
7 hours ago

by Christopher Marinelli Chipotle took an extensive responsible-step by proactively amending an E. coli outbreak in late December, that according to the Center for Disease Control (CDC) left more than 50 people sick. On Monday Feb. 8th, Chipotle closed down all of their almost 2,000 stores for food safety and preparation classes. A public relations effort so monumental it is […]


Zika: A Growing Concern

February 11th, 2016
7 hours ago

by Lorenzo Burgio The Zika virus, which is spread by mosquito bites  and sexual contact and causes microcephaly in newborns, is rapidly becoming a larger global concern and needs a priority to nations world-wide. “Mosquitoes become infected when they bite a person already infected with the virus. Infected mosquitoes can then spread the virus to […]


Chose Your Own Day To Start Your Resolutions

February 11th, 2016
7 hours ago

by Analisa Novak I’ll never forget Super Bowl Sunday 2014, I single handily finished an entire pizza, a 2-liter Pepsi and some nachos. I was only a little over a ,month into my New Year’s resolution to loose weight and I gave up. It wasn’t the first time and like many New Year’s resolutions it happened around the […]


Why Sunday’s Win Doesn’t Define Peyton’s Legacy

February 10th, 2016
8 hours ago

by Dillon Meehan Well this is familiar. Last year I wrote about how Tom Brady’s fourth Super Bowl did not grant him the title of greatest of all time, and here we are again. For the third time in four weeks, the Broncos defense simply shutdown their opposition and allowed Peyton manning to (hopefully) ride […]


Malloy’s Budget Needs Revision

February 8th, 2016
2 days ago

Board of Regents (BOR) President Mark Ojakian, believes a reassessment of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s recent budget recommendation is necessary, before further action is taken.  “We’re going to have to assess the impact institution by institution and the system as a whole. Clearly, if the budget was enacted, as it was proposed today, it would […]


Do You Ever Find Feminism Kind Of Annoying?

February 3rd, 2016
1 week ago

by Andre Early Modern day feminism has grown to be a problem in today’s society. Before continuing to read this opinion piece, just know I’m not attacking feminism as a whole. I admire revolutionaries like the Suffragettes, Coretta Scott King and Maya Angelou, so please spare me from your indignant feelings. Growing up, I watched […]


President Is More Than A Commander-In-Chief

February 3rd, 2016
1 week ago

by Christopher Marinelli Despite Trump’s absences, the Republican debates was filled with fiery rhetoric about war, immigration reform, jabs at candidates, moderators and of course Hilary Clinton. Sen. Ted Cruz claimed the military has shrunk and Sen. Marco Rubio spoke earth as a whole on multiple occasions stating, “The world is a safer and better […]


Hollywood’s Golden Girls No More?

February 3rd, 2016
1 week ago

by Analisa Novak Amy Schumer and Jennifer Lawrence have a lot in common in my eyes. Their comparisons go beyond the facts that they are newly formed besties that are attached at the hip and that they have no filters when it comes to subjects such as beauty, weight and fame. What they have most in […]


It’s Time To Hop Off The ‘Johnny Football’ Hype Train

February 3rd, 2016
1 week ago

by Dillon Meehan Few athletes, let alone collegiate ones, have garnered as much media attention as Johnny Manziel has over the past decade. The only player that can even compare to the same amount of media hype is fellow SEC quarterback Tim Tebow, the adamantly Christian Heisman Trophy winner, whose public displays of faith caused […]


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