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Paul encourages American fear

Commentary by Erin McCormick The grand thing about the United States is that we are guaranteed freedom of speech, and we can think and outwardly state nearly anything we so…

Engaging men and women in the same way

Commentary by Laura Fay Editor-in-Chief Colleges across the country are grappling with how to manage sexual assault and harassment as well as other incidents of misconduct. A White House Task…

KSOM student’s diversified education pays dividends

KSOM student’s diversified education pays dividends

Commentary by Dan Rice As a junior marketing major, I have learned a lot about the business world in the Kania School of Management. However, while what we learn in…

Apple looks to improve iTunes with Beats Music acquisition

Apple looks to improve iTunes with Beats Music acquisition

Brad Elkin Business Correspondent Apple acquired Beats Music, the manufacturers of the most popular headphones and electronics, last year. This acquisition has helped the company discover new ideas that will…

Our generation carries blame for US mediocrity

Commentary by Christopher Kilner We are not the greatest nation on Earth. Ignorant, misogynistic, arrogant and lackadaisical — Yes. You may respond “we have the greatest constitution” or “we won…

Facebook reports third quarter earnings

Facebook reports third quarter earnings

Andrea Ricketti Staff Writer With the release of the iPhone 6 and Alibaba’s IPO, technology has been making headlines in the business world. Investors have been prospecting the potential to…

Govenment freezes funding for gain-of-function research

Ryan Burdick Staff Writer Year after year, influenza spreads like wildfire throughout the world, harming and even killing many people. Despite the precautions we take to stop the spread of…

Gun violence deadlier than Ebola, for U.S.

Commentary by Brandon Somwaru As the American public panics over fear that the Ebola virus will spread, the real threat to the United States has been blindly ignored. With only…

Highlight on undergraduate research: Alice Chen-Liaw

Highlight on undergraduate  research: Alice Chen-Liaw

MATTHEW REYNOLDS Science & Tech Editor An honors student and editor of Esprit, Alice Chen-Liaw, conducts research to rescue fatty livers and assess the roles of antioxidants in cells. The…

Diabetes rates begin to plateau, study shows

ALEX HABER Staff Writer A study, conducted by researchers associated with the Division of Diabetes Translation within the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), was recently published in the…