Day: October 8, 2014

MLB Wild Card games injustice to teams

By ROBERT CARPENTER – 8 years ago

2,600 miles may separate Oakland, California and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, but that didn’t stop the same cloud of disappointment from covering both cities as Major League Baseball’s postseason came into town…

Barca in process of renewal

By CLAIRE STANDAERT – 8 years ago

Players come and go, but Barcelona’s style of play will continue to be its driving force on the world stage. Barca’s recent winter of discontent has been a wake-up call…

Pipeline expansion threatens Native lands

By EMILY SAYER – 8 years ago

On April 26 of this year, environmentalists rallied in the Washington D.C. area to march on the capitol in protest of the Keystone XL pipeline. It was a Saturday, and…

Facebook testing encroaches on privacy

By DELANEY FISCHER – 8 years ago

In Fall of 2013, there was news that a scientific paper was being submitted based on a social experiment using Facebook. In the following months, the media poured out that…

Climate march provides space for change

By ASHLEY HOYLE – 8 years ago

At 12:38 p.m. on September 21, the streets of Manhattan were dead silent. And a minute later they were filled with the cheers of the activists participating in the People’s…

Profiling increases post 9/11

By CHRIS BROWN – 8 years ago

Racial profiling refers to any use of race, religion, ethnicity or national origin by laws enforcement as a means of deciding who should be investigated. With this in mind, it…

Actions of environmentalists hypocritical

By RHYS JOHNSON – 8 years ago

I spent the last couple weeks learning about the various environmental clubs, groups and organizations on Vassar’s campus. As someone who was never particularly taken with those kinds of activities…

Printed news becoming obsolete

By SARAH SANDLER – 8 years ago

Newspapers were always a huge part of my life growing up. Whoever was up first in the house would bear the cold to go outside and pick up two little…