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Two days into the new year and things were already going downhill.
On the evening of Kobe Bryant’s death, I was watching Gametime on NBA TV.
I threw on my sparkly blue turtleneck and ignored the itchiness I felt from its raspy clutches. I slipped into the black jumpsuit I’ve worn about a thousand times before, a favorite from a closet of carefully selected clothes I’ve accumulated over the years.
Billionaire and pharmaceutical executive John Kapoor was sentenced to 66 months in prison on Jan. 23 for his role in fueling the opioid epidemic.
Average people are exactly that: average.
While a newspaper, or any other source of news, endorsing a political candidate may seem a natural, if not inevitable occurrence at first — after all, those who work in the media, biased or not, have access to contemporary and topical information — the truth of the matter is that journalistic institutions should abstain from endorsing candidates.
I am a political junkie.
Joining the national hysteria regarding vaping and its potential ailments is New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.) and his colleagues embodying the state legislator.
For college students, finals season is synonymous with bloodshot eyes, loss of sleep and immense amounts of caffeine.
I am not personally aware of any college students who look to The New York Times editorial board for guidance on whom to vote for.
Did you hear the news about the Korean pop band BTS and their recent conscription?
Today I will discuss how information differs from other types of commodities and the issues with surveillance capitalism in the modern age.
A letter to a particular type of social media user who most of us certainly follow.