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October 5, 2015
Bookshelf

Banned Books, Trigger Warnings, and Identity Politics

Is it the same thing to ban a book and refuse to read one for a college course? Early this […]
October 5, 2015

Instance of Art Censorship and Why They Matter

Artistic expression has been a part of society since the beginning of time. Going back to the rise of man, […]
October 4, 2015
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Cracking Down on Little Free Libraries? This is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things!

Remember Spencer Collins? As a 9-year-old growing up in Kansas, he wanted to find a way to share his love […]
October 4, 2015

Scientists Fear Sex Robots Could Harm Society

There’s now an actual movement called the Campaign Against Sex Robots. Why? Because people actually believe that they will cause the human […]
October 4, 2015

What Makes Indie Horror Games So Successful?

What makes independent horror games stand out so much? While so many indie games fail to penetrate an oversaturated market, […]
October 3, 2015

Deceased NFL Players Testing Positive for Brain Disease

If someone told you football players were at higher risk for some sort of concussion or other head injury, you […]
October 3, 2015

Hate Hiccups? These Methods Are Proven to Help

Hiccups can come in unexpected times, at unexpected places, and sometimes even for unexpected reasons. A woman in Pinehurst, Idaho […]
October 3, 2015
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The Project Greenlight Apology: Should Matt Damon Just Shut Up?

If you’ve had your ear pressed to the interwebs, you probably are aware by now that Matt Damon was accused […]
October 2, 2015

10 Awesome Pumpkin Carvings to Try This Halloween

Halloween is getting closer and closer by the day. It’s a holiday that you’re bound to enjoy if you love horror […]
October 2, 2015
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Not the First Time: A Recent History of Shootings in Oregon

The tragic shooting that took place at Umpqua Community College in the sleepy town of Roseburg, Oregon killed 13 people, […]