Movie Review: “Bandersnatch”

The Netflix anthology “Black Mirror” has earned its spot as my favorite television show for its ability to predict how the more technologically advanced society we are striving towards will meld with human nature, and…

Amazon’s New HQ2: It’s Not Newark

On November 13, Amazon’s 13-month-long, nationwide search for a new headquarters finally came to a close. This new headquarters, or rather, multiple, new headquarters, termed “HQ2”, will be located in Arlington, VA. and Long Island…

The $289 Million Monsanto Case

Monsanto found liable of causing a school groundskeeper's cancer On August 10, 2018, a San Francisco jury awarded Dewayne Johnson, a former school groundskeeper, $289 million on account of Monsanto’s Roundup ‘weedkiller’ causing terminal non-Hodgkin's…

Music in the Library: Vramensco Quartet

On the night of October 23, 2018, it was anything but quiet in the Littman Library. Indeed, the College of Architecture and Design’s library was bursting with playful, graceful, and downright powerful music as they…

Commercial Fishing Banned Across Arctic

With continuously rising temperatures, it’s no wonder polar scientists recently reported the sixth lowest extent of ice on record. Climate change points to diminishing ice cover and thickness in much of the Arctic, converting areas…

Light: With the College of Architecture and Design

[ngg src="galleries" ids="60" display="basic_thumbnail"] A twisting tower of glowing scissors, shadowed footsteps under a door, and a model of natural light streaming through a bedroom over one day. Curated by M. Gosser, these art pieces…

“Cat’s Cradle” by Kurt Vonnegut

Cat’s Cradle is an incomparable satirical comedy on modern man and his undertakings. However, it must be said that the novel was only acceptable because of Kurt Vonnegut’s use of humor. Cat’s Cradle takes on…