“innocence of Muslims” inflames countries

Chelsea Ratterman Editor in Chief A film released online over the summer has set the world afire in recent months. “The Innocence of Muslims” film, which portrays the prophet Muhammad as a womanizing child abuser, has sent countries around the world into an uproar, resulting in deaths, most notably that of the U.S. Ambassador to […]

Kony 2012 ignites armchair activism

By: Chelsea Ratterman, Assistant Editor Activism has always been a part of human nature. Whether righting a wrong, helping someone or raising money for a worthwhile cause, there is always something for those who want to be involved. By definition, “activism” is the intentional effort to promote, impede or direct change, and comes in many […]

Legislation aims to chain cyberspace

Dennis Gosnell, Assignment Editor Power hungry politicians start off the year with a slap in the face At the end of last semester we published an article about legislation aimed at changing the fabric of the U.S. and the Internet. Why should the beginning of this year be any different? Legislators in the U.S. Capitol have […]