2018 November 2018 Print

The Follicle Chronicles

To All the White Boys I’ve Ever Loved Before, Don’t get too cocky — not everything is about you. I am writing this to you because my grievances have everything and, ultimately, nothing to do with you. I mean, you’re a pretty great place to start, if anything, so I’ll give you that. There’s power […]

2018 November 2018 Print

Why Article 13 Kills Content

Back in September, the EU approved a first draft of The Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market, which is somehow even more boring to read than you’d think. Its goal is to set standards for how European nations enforce copyright laws on the internet. Through thorough definition of terms and outlining of procedures, […]

2018 October 2018 Print

Surviving Senior Year

So you’re a senior now. Or, I guess, statistically, you probably aren’t. I realize I’m severely alienating the great majority of my potential audience with that kind of lead, but well, it’s my senior year, and through a tragic mix of obvious character flaws and lack of motivation to address any of them, I’m incapable […]

2018 October 2018 Print

Is the Brain Part of Our Body?

It’s common to get ill, not well, or feel feverish, right? Often, we can catch a cold and cough, or suffer from a headache, body ache and whatnot. We solve all these problems with medication, therapies, and treatments. Some people suffer from cancer, tuberculosis, hepatitis, and heart problems too, which are dealt with through a […]