NFL implements rule change for interferences review

Photo courtesy of CJ Anderson, Flickr The offseason following each and every NFL season has become the regular window where league officials and executives can consider the airing of grievances brought by the football universe. Following a particularly disastrous non-call in the New Orleans Saints vs. Los Angeles Rams NFC […]

Free speech versus hate speech still up for debate

Photo courtesy of U.S. National Archives and Records Administration, Wikipedia The most revered and cherished law within the free world is found in the First Amendment of the United States Constitution. The allowance of free speech and our complete autonomy over what we are allowed to say and share is the […]

Lil Yachty’s got Nuthin 2 Prove with third album

Photo courtesy of Anton Mak, Wikipedia The rap landscape maintains some familiar faces in 2018 with the release of Lil Yachty’s “Nuthin’ 2 Prove.” The project is Yachty’s second studio album this year, and his third since the release of “Teenage Emotion” in May of 2017. Yachty has kept up […]

Tech use in classrooms leads to lower exam scores

Photo courtesy of Mark Evan, Flickr Several studies have concluded that classroom policies that allow for unrestricted use of laptops or even tolerance for cellphones result in diminished exam scores for students in college. Researchers, in a study recently published in the Journal of Educational Psychology, separated 118 college students […]

NFL faces more controversy over new rule

Courtesy of Mike Morbeck, Wikipedia The NFL has found itself at the forefront of truly spectacular controversies over the past few seasons. While Colin Kaepernick protests and the raising of fists transcends the gridiron into the societal responsibility and consciousness of athletes and fans alike, football is also embroiled in […]