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Parents need to actively teach children internet safety

    Parents need to actively teach children internet safety

Today most children can access the internet and social media through their tablets, phones and computers. They quickly pick up on how to use and navigate their electronic systems and

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The power of memes

    The power of memes

With the recent debacle over GameStop stock, mainstream America is seeing once again the incredible power of internet memes. This is neither the first nor last time we’ve seen the

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Rules apply to everyone except influencers

    Rules apply to everyone except influencers

Throughout the past six months, videos have surfaced all over the internet of influencers throwing exorbitant house parties in the Hollywood Hills. These videos have an air of pre-corona normalcy

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Internet access should be a right not a privilege

    Internet access should be a right not a privilege

As schools all over the country have made the transition to remote learning in the midst of COVID-19, officials are still reluctant to acknowledge access to internet should be regarded

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Social movements aren’t online trends

    Social movements aren’t online trends

The internet has revolutionized our pursuits of social change. People can sign a petition, make a donation or demand accountability

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With rise of technology, libraries are becoming a thing of the past

    With rise of technology, libraries are becoming a thing of the past

Libraries have been around forever. The world’s oldest known library was founded in the seventh century B.C. Libraries were first

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Toxic attitudes in the anime community reflect the wrong image of fanbase

    Toxic attitudes in the anime community reflect the wrong image of fanbase

Anime has become mainstream so why does it still get hate? Ever since the release of the animated film “Akira”

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The handwritten word deserves to be revived

    The handwritten word deserves to be revived

The written word is dying — and not only in journalism. As a logophile this thought disturbs me, and as

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The damages of repealing internet privacy rules

    The damages of repealing internet privacy rules

The Editorial Board In the latest instance of congressional mischief, the U.S. House of Representatives voted to repeal the Federal

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How much has the internet changed politics?

    How much has the internet changed politics?

By The Editorial Board Most of us have spent a third of our lives under the Obama administration. An essential

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