Net Neutrality

by Harrison Larner As I sat browsing Reddit last week, I came across a post that I was tempted to ignore. It said, “Imgur, OK Cupid, DuckDuckGo, Namecheap, Bittorrent, and a bunch of other big sites have joined the Internet-Wide Day of Action for Net Neutrality on July 12 (Amazon, Kickstarter, Etsy, Mozilla, and Reddit…

Enter the Battlefield

by Cole Zellner With the recent release of Battlefield 1, many gamers have been glued to their consoles. EA captures the dark history of World War 1 while still making it a beautiful game. With two different ways to play Battlefield 1, it has something to offer to different types of gamers. Single Player: With…

YouTube Money?

by Adam Dreyfuss Even though they may seem useless, those advertisements before a YouTube video and that little banner that pops up during the video are there to serve two purposes: to help generate profit for YouTube as well as the creator of said video. Many people’s full time jobs are to make YouTube videos,…