Ryan Secard, College of Wooster
Torvalds’ leave of absence from his post as ‘benevolent dictator for life’ is a promising change for an industry infamous for its abusive executives.
And their lack of creativity, honestly.
The return of Aziz Ansari and Louis C.K. raises the question of who gets to decide when, or if, enough time has passed?
By embracing an all-beef diet (yes, seriously), Peterson is undermining his self-cultivated scientism.
The viral sensation is the best thing to happen on social media since pictures of cats.
Musk’s rise and fall is a high-profile illustration of how America’s attitude regarding work ethics is problematic.
The Oscars’ new category is Hollywood’s way of exploiting the public’s growing distrust of critics.
Think of the joke material.
Three unorthodox companies — DC, Apple and Walmart — are throwing their hats in the streaming service ring.
Satire can blend humor with sharp political commentary, but are American audiences taking it too seriously?
This year alone has witnessed controversies at Papa John’s, Starbucks, Chik-Fil-A, the Red Hen and Masterpiece Cakeshop.
Compared to the tsunami of plastic problems to come, Starbucks’ new initiative is just a drop in the bucket.
If you thought an account rating cute dogs could avoid accusations of whitewashing, you’d be wrong.
If Amazon is smart, they’ll read this article and avoid producing another ‘Hobbit’-like disaster.
A celebrity breakdown might rake in the viewers, but the media should’ve left Britney alone.
Facebook and Twitter dominate today’s social media landscape, but with bad press popping up left and right, it might not stay that way forever.
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