Neutrality Archive

  • (This story contains the singular use of “they” as a gender-neutral, third person pronoun.) BY TAYLOR PACE On March 15, Student Engagement brought in volunteers from the college and community to act as human books for their seventh annual Human Library event at the Doon campus. “This is part of our Respect Campaign, learning from people with diverse backgrounds by having conversations to get better insight on people who are different from us,” said Thomas...

    These people are open books

    (This story contains the singular use of “they” as a gender-neutral, third person pronoun.) BY TAYLOR PACE On March 15, Student Engagement brought in volunteers from the college and community to act as human books for their seventh annual Human Library event at the Doon campus. “This is part of our Respect Campaign, learning from people with diverse backgrounds by having conversations to get better insight on people who are different from us,” said Thomas...

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  • BY LUCAS HUTTERI The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has officially killed net neutrality. Last month, the five-member panel voted three to two to repeal the laws enacted just two years ago that ensured a free and open Internet. The rollback of net neutrality will affect every American, but few are aware of it, or if they are, they don’t fully grasp the situation. Net neutrality is the principle and idea that every Internet service...

    Net neutrality is necessary

    BY LUCAS HUTTERI The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has officially killed net neutrality. Last month, the five-member panel voted three to two to repeal the laws enacted just two years ago that ensured a free and open Internet. The rollback of net neutrality will affect every American, but few are aware of it, or if they are, they don’t fully grasp the situation. Net neutrality is the principle and idea that every Internet service...

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