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“Handshake” Your Way Into A Career

September 21, 2016

Handshake, a job posting board in its third year at universities around the country, has replaced UA’s Career Link/College Central Network — which had over 5,800 participating employers. The new job...

Zips must take a stand against sexual assault

April 6, 2016

This month is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). Campus sexual assault has long been an issue and in 2016, it is more visible than ever. Many groups -from student activists, dean of students, and Greek...

#NeverTrump

March 2, 2016

On social media, #NeverTrump is the one of the biggest movements related to the presidential race. Despite Donald Trump’s audacious insults towards women, Hispanics, Muslims, the disabled, and immigrants,...

Akron-area millennials could transform the electorate — if they vote

Akron-area millennials could transform the electorate — if they vote
November 11, 2015

News Outlet Interns As the country moves quickly from this month’s focus on local elections to next year’s presidential election, there looms ahead a change in campaigns and elections that could...

The ‘Hotline Bling’ topic students should be talking about

The ‘Hotline Bling’ topic students should be talking about
November 4, 2015

If dance is intended to evoke emotions from the audience, Drake definitely accomplishes this goal in his music video for “Hotline bling”—as long as the emotions are confusion and perhaps a bit of...

Social media abuse

October 28, 2015

Social media has become somewhat of an epidemic in the last few years, as its presence has grown significantly. From the very beginning, social media has been a great channel for individuals to get in...

Right to Yak

Right to Yak
October 14, 2015

In a world full of censorship and judgment, there should be a place for anonymous expression of ideas. That is the philosophy that led to Yik Yak, the new social media app that is sweeping college campuses...

Social media: another window to climb into

March 5, 2015

Social media use is growing every day, and with it comes a new tool for potential burglars. Around 78 percent of former burglars use Facebook, Twitter and Foursquare to find empty houses, according...

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