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Technology shouldn’t equal laziness

Jeff Guzman // November 11, 2016

Technology has seeped into every part of our lives but the one place that technology seems to be discouraged is in the classroom. With technology constantly advancing and becoming more common, it’s...

The Facewall. This piece contains over 1000 faces from around the campus and community. Photo credit: Sean Martens

New building aesthetic generates mixed feelings

Thomas Staaden and Sean Martens // August 27, 2016
The new building is open, what do Wildcats think of it?
Photo credit: Dongyoung Won

Online classes equal less learning

Alex Horne // April 15, 2016
Online classes are easy and convenient, but the benefits don’t outweigh the cons.
Illustration by Trevor Moore

Faculty members should stop co-opting personal student stories

Joseph Rogers // April 29, 2015
Professors are not entitled to use the stories of the students in their classrooms.
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