“War is peace; Freedom is slavery; Ignorance is strength.”

“War is peace; Freedom is slavery; Ignorance is strength.”

April 7, 2014

It was my junior year in high school when I read George Orwell’s “1984,” and first came across the above lines. Those who have read this heartbreakingly realistic and perfectly depicted yet incredibly scary

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Jethro Tull

Jethro Tull

April 7, 2014

Starting from the late 60s and continuing until the end of the 70s, British prog-rock bands produced dozens of great records. Bands like King Crimson, Genesis, Yes, Pink Floyd, Camel, Emerson Lake and Palmer,

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Faces on Campus

Faces on Campus

April 7, 2014

Ömer Karaduman (ECON/IV) & Hazal Koptagel (CS/IV)

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Mountain Peaks

Mountain Peaks

March 31, 2014

A couple of weeks ago, in the middle of a conversation, I remembered the words  that are attributed to Sir Francis Drake, his prayer right before he set out to be the second man

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The Other 1%

The Other 1%

March 31, 2014

College is a good time to learn valuable life lessons—and the lesson I am currently learning appears to be, “Don’t agree, without informing your advisor, to assist with projects that require about a week

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The Transformation of the Music Industry, or: How They Learned to Stop Worrying About Download Culture and Love It

The Transformation of the Music Industry, or: How They Learned to Stop Worrying About Download Culture and Love It

March 31, 2014

In my previous column, I tried to describe the impact of the digitization of music on listeners and how this impact changed over time. I also tried to demonstrate this transformation by explaining mine.

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Faces on Campus

Faces on Campus

March 31, 2014

By M. Furkan Akıncı (LAW/IV)

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“I Like Detective Stories, and Detectives…”

“I Like Detective Stories, and Detectives…”

March 24, 2014

One thing we seem to love as an audience today is detective stories. It’s a relatively new area of interest; when you look back, the oldest of these stories date back a century, maybe

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