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Driverless Uber tests kill AZ pedestrian

In September 2016, Uber began its self-driving program in Pittsburgh, PA and quickly expanded to Tempe, AZ in February 2017. Because of Arizona’s small amount of inclement weather and wide…

Walk up or walk out?

Since the events at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on February 14, many across the nation, particularly students, have been extremely vocal about their opinions on gun control. Last Wednesday,…

Texas Package Explosions: Five Explosions in 19 Days

In the past month, there have been five mysterious package explosions in Austin, Texas. Local police believe that the bombs are being done by a serial offender. Surrounding police forces…

Facebook’s breach of “trust”

For the vast majority of people, the name Cambridge Analytica means absolutely nothing. The British tech firm should, however, remain at the forefront of the national discussion of data security…

Citations

At Monmouth College, and every other post-secondary academic institution, students are required to write papers that must have some type of citation sheet at the end. The three most popular…

Cynthia Nixon running for New York governor

“Sex and the City” star Cynthia Nixon announced on Monday that she has officially entered the race for New York Governor. It’s going to be an uphill battle for Nixon…

Monmouth College die-in protest

Monmouth College die-in protest

This time feels different. By now, the pattern has almost become a part of the culture: mass shooting happens, the adults hop onto various news stations and bicker, some solutions…

Monmouth undergoing accreditation renewal

On March 5th, Monmouth College put out a call for public comments on the college in preparation for the periodic evaluation of the Higher Learning Commission that will take place…