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December 13, 2017 Sports

President Trump has broken tradition on more than one occasion since taking office. Some of the most notable traditions have been sports-based, like the long term tradition of throwing out the first pitch on MLB opening day and a more recent Obama tradition of filling out a NCAA basketball tournament bracket. This leads some to ...

Beyoncé’s ‘Formation’ ignites controversy in White America

February 16, 2016 Opinion

Public service announcement to those who are shaming Beyoncé for expressing her “blackness”: she owes you nothing. Beyoncé shocked the world during her Super Bowl halftime performance showcasing her new single, “Formation.” Her performance featured all black female dancers who were dressed as members of the Black Panther Party to celebrate the organization’s 50th anniversary. ...

San Franciscans launch counter-protest against Westboro Baptist Church

August 14, 2014 News 1 Comment

Protesters rallied against Westboro Baptist Church members who picketed in San Francisco Tuesday as part of their God Hates the Media Tour. The counter-protest started at the Twitter headquarters on Market Street at 3:50 p.m. and continued along Westboro Baptist Church’s picketing route to Pinterest and Reddit headquarters. Previous stops on the tour included Facebook ...

Social media flaws can prevent employment

October 1, 2013 Opinion

Graphic by Holly Nall In a generation that grew up in the rise of the Internet and boom of social media, it’s amazing to me how little my peers use it to its fullest potential. Everyone has their own concept of themselves through social media that they reveal through posts. We’ve all got friends with ...