If you use social media, you undoubtedly find yourself wasting away hours of your life looped into endless streams of content. The algorithms are ever evolving to keep you hooked on a steady flow of content tailored to your interests.
(Opinion) The World Cup is Built on Bribes and Slavery
Ironically and unsurprisingly, the games played to bring the world together are played in a country full of human rights abuses.
(Opinion) Question D: It’s Complicated
This November, the Portland ballot will have fourteen referendums. One of the referendums is Question D, which would raise the minimum wage to $18 an hour for restaurant workers, but would get rid of the tip credit.
(Opinion) The Lit Powder Keg: Threats to Our Midterm Elections
As we inch closer to the midterms, it seems as if this election carries more weight than in years past. Ideologies have taken a hold of America’s institutions and have a strong grip on the public
(Opinion) Robots and Their Role in our Future
If you’ve been on campus this fall semester chances are you’ve seen the kiwibots zipping around. The kiwibots deliver food to students and have emoticons displaying their cute faces. The little robots […]
(Opinion) Annexation of Ukraine the Escalation of War
The annexation of Ukraine is the largest annexation in Europe since WWII. Putin has vowed to defend the annexed regions by threatening the use of nuclear weapons yet again this week
Fueling the Next War? The Chip Shortage
In August, Biden signed the CHIPS and Science act, sending $52 billion to domestic production of semiconductors
(Opinion) The Lit Powder Keg
These dangerous ideologies are spreading through American political culture like wildfires as tensions are at a boiling point. There have been hundreds of incidents over the last few years of individuals or groups acting out with political motivations.
Vacationland Jeopardized by Drought
It’s clear to see that Maine is in a drought, with dry vegetation and historic heat. Not only is Maine suffering, but the entire globe is struggling with heat waves. Reported by […]
(Opinion) The Legacy of the Royal Family
All that remains of many tribes are the stolen artifacts hanging in London’s museums.