BY VICTORIA NOBLE
Regardless of opposing pressure from music industry behemoths, it’s essential that Congress amend the Copyright Act to include a precise, but permissive provision defining what constitutes a sample.
BY ZAK WITUS
We enjoy social media because it offers us a stable, sterile, prefabricated virtual reality through which we can “peep” on other stable, sterile, prefab “people” or users.
BY ABBY TASKIER
In this day and age, social awareness seems to have become a status symbol. All over the internet, people post comments on media platforms that attempt to highlight an author’s lack of political correctness.
BY DAVID HARRIS
These streets are the border of my bubble of a town and Detroit. This is where the suburb meets the city. Where the neat rows of houses and lawns give way to a neighborhood of blocks with abandoned homes, lots of overgrown grass and charred wood left behind from a structure gone up in flames, neglected roads that haven’t been repaved in years.
BY MICHAEL SCHRAMM
We’re seemingly moving in the right direction, but there’s so much progress left to make besides legalizing gay marriage.
BY ELIANA HERMAN
It’s better to take preventative steps now by cutting as much plastic out of our lives as possible. It’s the only real chance we have at saving this glorious planet. And ourselves, too.
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