Political bias in media tarnishes ‘real’ journalism

Political bias in media tarnishes ‘real’ journalism

As the growing political divide in this nation continues to expand its reaches, accusations against the media’s ‘fake news’ and contribution to polarization are increasing. Despite this negativity, it is important to note that journalists have a responsibility to report the facts without bias. A journalist’s purpose is to provide...

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‘Atomic Blonde’ stuns with aesthetic

‘Atomic Blonde’ stuns with aesthetic

“Atomic Blonde” stars Charlize Theron as a cold, brutal, bisexual spy in a neon-infused 1989 Berlin, with the mission to find a list of allied and enemy agents that’s been compromised. The movie is the directorial debut of David Leitch, and it relies heavily on his background in stunt coordination....

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Celestial film lacks plot

Celestial film lacks plot

As the newest sci-fi flick to hit the big screens, “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets” can best be described as that of a bad  high school jock  stereotype — pretty to look at, but lacking any substance. While the film had gorgeous effects, it was lacking in...

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Q&A: Mark Spong | Dean of ECS

Q&A: Mark Spong | Dean of ECS

This August marks the last month of Mark Spong as the dean of the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science. He will step down and become a regular faculty member after taking the upcoming school year off. In an interview with The Mercury, Spong spoke about what the...

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