Opinion: Banning net neutrality could negatively affect internet traffic

As technology develops, the internet has become an increasingly important part of our every day lives. We use smart phones and computers for everything from emails to streaming videos. The creation of smart appliances means that the internet is also used to create shopping lists, turn on lights and monitor home security. With more data being sent over the internet, […]

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Opinion: Appointee for NASA Administrator Unqualified Choice for Position

Based on its name, one would assume that the National Aeronautics and Space Administration involves space and flying, which equates to engineering and science. However, NASA Appointee Jim Bridenstine fits into neither of these criteria. House Representative Jim Bridenstine was selected as the NASA administrator by President Trump in September. One of the major concerns listed by numerous people, including […]

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Opinion: Papa John’s is Losing Money Due to Owner’s Controversial Comments

Mamma Mia! Papa John’s is losing dough—and not because sales are up. Founder and CEO of the pizza chain restaurant John Schnatter raised eyebrows Nov. 1 in a conference call with investors after blaming recent losses on the NFL national anthem protests and the organization’s leadership, which allowed the protests to persist. “The NFL has hurt us by not resolving […]

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OPINION: Virginia’s switch to paper ballots during the election can help curve hacking

Virginia is going old-school this election season by replacing electronic voter machines with paper ballots. In anticipation of the closely-watched gubernatorial election, Virginia’s state Board of Elections voted Sept. 8 to decertify Direct Recording Electronic voting machines, according to the American Free Press. By reverting to voting machines that leave a paper trail, Virginia hopes to stop hackers from breaching […]

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