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The Facebook Political Algorithm

By Josie Barton Facebook has become a large contributor to political polarization, the spread of fake news, and the outcome of elections. The algorithm of the app manipulates people by the content it regulates and spreads across users. Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science, Professor Richins, explains that […]

Say Yes to Opportunities

By Cassie Stolz As winter comes to an end and spring eagerly awaits bearing new opportunities with it. No matter what your learning style is, the best way to learn is through experience. According to experts in learning styles, the best way for someone to learn is through […]

Time Management

By Josie Barton Trying to manage academics, social life, and for some, athletics, can be stressful and time consuming. Try using this method to control your time wisely, instead of wasting it attempting to remember all the events and commitments you have. Google Calendar, or any other date […]

Thiel in the 81st IBS Conference

By Adam Button Last week held the 81st annual IBS Conference and Award Ceremony. The Intercollegiate Broadcasting Systems is an organization that recognizes colleges’ efforts in the communication field, especially in radio but also in television and podcasting. Every year Thiel has been able to attend the event, […]

Mars 2020 Space Mission

By Josie Barton The 2020 Mars rover launched on July 30th, 2020, and landed Thursday, February 18th, 2021. The rover traveled about 300 million miles through space for 7 months. NASA scientists’ goal for the rover is to expand knowledge of Mars and possible fossils. The rover, named […]