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New form of social activism causes real-world change

Lyndsey Hill, Editor-In-Chief

February 20, 2013

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Armed with technology and a voice, everyday citizens from Cairo to New York are transforming into online activists. In moments, they can publish their thoughts of the chaos around them for the entire world to see. Yet critics...

Time for Washington to start taking youth vote seriously

Lyndsey Hill, Editor-In-Chief

December 14, 2012

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Don’t know, don’t care; a sentiment expressed by teens during the 2012 presidential election. With votes tallied and President Obama beginning his second term in January, teens question whether or not their votes will even...

‘Post-Human’ generation develops technology addiction

Lyndsey Hill, Editor-In-Chief

October 12, 2012

Filed under Archives, Opinion

Between text messaging, voice mail and e-mail, technology is drowning out the sound of the human voice. Whether its updating Facebook, Instagramming food, or fangirling over One Direction on tumblr, today’s generation is...

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