We’re all living cable free, right? We’re the digital generation, we cut the cords, we use streaming services and we don’t pay for cable. But would we be better off if we did? While fewer college students have cable subscriptions than in the past, I would hazard a guess that most still watch an impressive amount of television.
If we can’t protect that much, if we can’t protect our own freedoms of speech from countries and groups that would seek to silence us, then it doesn’t matter what happens politically in these fifty states because we’ll have already the lost where it counts.
Faced with the death of iTunes and the increasing feeling that I was depriving myself of quality music listening time by having to look up songs on YouTube and listen to ear splitting YouTube ads when I biked around campus, more and more I thought that joining Spotify might not be the worst decision I’d ever made. Why had I fought against it all these years? Was it really because I hated “media socialism?”
A hole in the wall. Literally. An underground cavern with foam puzzle piece floors and a grand assortment of snacks, sprites, and soda. Campus Corner is the quintessential stop for students looking for something to quench their thirst or fill that tailgate need for a Natty Light. The prices aren’t fair, but not nearly as unfair as many of the other places around campus.