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Opposing inequality of objectification

Opposing inequality of objectification

Zachary Phillips

March 30, 2014

Filed under Columns, Opinion

Commercial time. A swimsuit model saunters onto a sandy beach. It's a hot, sunny day — perfect weather for a cheeseburger. Dropping the Carl's Jr. bag on the sand, the model gets down on all fours and spreads out a beach towel. Arching his back like an alley cat, he takes a slow bite of his semi-gourmet ...

Seeing past falsities of Reality TV

Kristina Martinez

March 3, 2014

Filed under Blogs, Opinion

From the Kardashians to Jersey Shore and Bad Girls Club, the world of reality television is steadily creeping its way into every aspect of human life. As technology changes, so does the quality of entertainment. Youth especially cultivate their lives around what social media and television tell them is ...

Cat Bites: Upholding a reputation in sports media

Cat Bites: Upholding a reputation in sports media

Nicholas Woodard

January 24, 2014

Filed under Sports

Angry, boastful and disrespectful in more ways than one. No, this isn’t your average thug. This is Seattle Seahawks cornerback and the new lightning rod of sports media, Richard Sherman. By now, most people have seen or at least heard of his antics during his postgame interview from Sund...

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