Illegal No More: The Politics of Immigration

by Dev Sheth | Mar. 28, 2015

The White House deals with immigration while Washington remains locked in combat.

Two Weeks in The Long Dark

by Jake Krajewski | Mar. 20, 2015

A journal of my time spent exploring the fictional Canadian wilderness of "The Long Dark."

SG Update 3/13

by Taylor Derrisaw | Mar. 20, 2015

The Government and Community Relations office made its services known to the senators, TRiO Support Services gave a synopsis of its work and a timeline was established for the redesign of the RIT student and faculty IDs.

Hillary Clinton: Stopping a Campaign Before it Starts

by Ryan D Black | Mar. 18, 2015

Hillary Clinton has come under fire for using her personal email while she was serving as Secretary of State from Jan. 2009 to Feb. 2013.  Could such ill-timed news bring her campaign to a halt before it even gets off the ground?

Leonard Nimoy: Off on an Intergalactic Voyage at Last

by Dev Sheth | Mar. 18, 2015

In remembrance of Mr. Spock, everyone's favorite Vulcan.

Album Review: Blade of the Ronin by Cannibal Ox

by Gino Fanelli | Mar. 17, 2015

After a nearly 14-year hiatus, underground hip-hop duo Cannibal Ox return with "Blade of the Ronan." However, the product is far from an adequate follow-up.

Protection, Not Censorship: Why IS Media Doesn't Need to be Showcased

by William Hirsh | Mar. 17, 2015

Should media outlets, especially TV news stations, re-broadcast these live recorded executions for the world to see?



Airing IS: A Question of Broadcast Ethics

by Gino Fanelli | Mar. 17, 2015

With the growth of the Islamic State group ever increasing, is it acceptable for broadcast media to air videos of beheadings and carnage? The answer is a simple "yes."


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