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Neutral net: all data created equal

Jacob Jardel Assistant Managing Editor @JJardel_Writing “Last Week Tonight” host John Oliver said the topic of net neutrality is boring “even by CSPAN’s standards.” Numerous YouTubers, talk show hosts and news reporters have opined on the topic. So, what exactly is net neutrality? In short, the principle behind net neutrality is that all data is […]

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Naifeh named Dean of Students

Charlene Belew Managing Editor @CBelew15 The Board of Regents overseeing Cameron University approved Zeak Naifeh as Dean of Students on Thursday, Dec. 4, 2014. Naifeh, currently serving as the Director of Campus Life, will officially take the role as the successor to former Vice President Jennifer Holland on Jan. 2, 2015, just before the spring […]

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‘Mockingjay’ well done on screen and on page

The movie-goer’s view Jacob Jardel Assistant Managing Editor @JJardel_Writing Even for those who haven’t read the books, “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1” is a great movie. Surely, there is an extra level of depth that accompanies the movie experience if a viewer previously read the book. However, there is a lot through which to […]

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CU Student gaining followers on Instagram for photography work

Vicky Smith Copy Editor @pinkwritinglady Founded in 2010, Instagram is a community of more than 200 million people who share more than 60 million photos every day. People who live in all corners of the world use Instagram for their own unique purposes. According to its online profile, “Instagram has become the home for visual […]

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Helpful or harmful?: A review of apps for students

Casey Brown and Marie Bagwell Collegian Staff There’s an app for almost everything, including going to school. With apps like iCameron and SchoolWay, students, parents and alumni have easy access to basic information. These reference apps allow users to look up information about school breaks, office hours of teachers and emergency information, such as severe […]

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Binge-watching Netflix

Marie Bagwell Staff Writer According the Netflix website, online streaming of Netflix first launched in 2007, which was two years before Netflix reached a total of 4.2 million viewers. Now, seven years later, Netflix has over 50 million members around the world. Some people stream Netflix using their video game consoles or laptops. Others streamers […]

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‘A Better Tomorrow’ close, but missed for Wu-Tang

Jacob Jardel Assistant Managing Editor @JJardel_Writing Nearly 21 years after the release of their groundbreaking debut album, Wu-Tang Clan proves with “A Better Tomorrow” that they are still no one to mess with. That said, the Wu’s first full-Clan album in seven years falls just short of the years of hype leading up to it. […]

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Technology: the past, the present and the future

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