It’s Hunting Season! I Can Tell By My Facebook Feed

By: Annie Mullican Social media has become a huge part of everyone’s daily lives. It serves many purposes, both good and bad, but questions have arisen about what individuals can and should be exposed to on the internet; questions about what it means to participate in...

The End of PBR?

By: Scottie Fralin Back in March of 2016, Pabst Brewing Company filed a lawsuit against MillerCoors for breach of contract.[1] Pabst is seeking at least $400 million in damages.[2] The case finally went to trial on November 12, 2018 after years of unsuccessful...

Birds Can’t Land in All Cities

By: Darden Copeland Have the birds flocked to your city?  And I’m not talking about the ones with feathers—I’m referring to the newest trend in micro-mobility.  Fleets of electric scooters have appeared on the sidewalks of many United States cities, and they have...

The Real Winner in the Midterm Elections? Social Media

By: Jonathan Walter Following the 2016 presidential election, there was widespread criticism of social media networks for allowing trolls and bots to shape discourse[1], as well as creating political “echo chambers.”[2] Initially, Facebook denied that this was taking...
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