A Need for Modesty

May 15, 2017 asianct 0

  There is a Korean saying that says “Empty carts are the loudest.” Recent advances in communication technology and acquiring information ( doesn’t matter if it is reliable or correct, simply the access to it […]

Is Obamacare worth fixing?

April 29, 2017 asianct 0

Among the most formidable obstacles to health care reform are the insurers, hospitals, health care providers and pharmaceutical companies that benefit from the current system and lobby Congress to preserve it, says Tom O’Rourke, an […]


April 2, 2017 asianct 0

I worked as a Multicultural Advocate (MA) in University Housing from the years 2015 through 2016. My job description was to become a social justice advocate and create a welcoming environment for students not only […]

How far can ‘America First’ go?

April 2, 2017 asianct 0

Editor’s note: Donald Trump campaigned on the idea that the U.S. should redefine its role in the world, promoting the slogan “America First.” He suggests pulling back from some international commitments and renegotiating others. U. […]

Do We Really Need Paper?

March 12, 2017 asianct 0

Everything is digital nowadays, and now with a free Google account, one can acquire cloud storage more than what the greatest scientists could not afford in the 90s. I think it is safe to say […]

Can the design elements of clothing be copyrighted?

February 12, 2017 asianct 0

University of Illinois professor and copyright librarian Sara R. Benson, an expert on copyright law, spoke with News Bureau business and law editor Phil Ciciora about a pending U.S. Supreme Court case involving rival cheerleading uniform manufacturers. The […]

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