On Aug. 25, Arizona Sen. John McCain passed away due to complications from brain cancer. After McCain was diagnosed with glioblastoma last July, his health steadily deteriorated until he made the decision to discontinue his treatment a few days before his death.
The Urban Meyer scandal of 2018 is exactly what our misogynistic, self-absorbed culture desperately needed. Unfortunately, faced with the opportunity to make a powerful statement about the gravity of domestic abuse and the need for systemic cultural change, the Ohio State University football program fundamentally failed.
“They don’t want our intelligence,” a classmate of mine confidently proclaimed to our 75-person Late American Political Thought class last spring. The statement was followed by many nods of agreement from the class. Surprisingly enough, he wasn’t talking about some form of extraterrestrial life, but rather about people living in rural America.
Aretha Franklin has lovingly been coined the Queen of Soul. Her decades of music have represented her roots through powerhouse hits and beautiful ballads, and her legacy as one of the greatest vocalists of all time is eternal. Her recent death has left members of every generation remembering the impact of soul on the music industry, but more importantly, the communities that fostered its growth. And no community has celebrated this impact as extensively as Franklin’s hometown: Detroit, Michigan.
The tide is finally turning for consumer data protection in the United States, and though internet users may have been aware that their activity was being tracked online, recent developments have shown just how much personal data the tech industry collects and shares about its users. As people growing up in the turbulent digital age, college students are at the forefront of a sea of change in the future of big data.
Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., sadly passed away last week after a yearlong battle with brain cancer, marking the end of the illustrious life of one of the country’s most respected legislators. McCain’s death evoked widespread tribute that transcended partisan and ideological lines.
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