March 10, 2017

If you will, unmoor yourself from the present and follow me to the year 2068. Automobiles crawl on highways like a river of mindless ants; airplanes climb atop clouds with measured precision; stocks rise and fall like empires—but in 2068, the whole world is automated....

February 22, 2017

I first heard Childish Gambino in the car about a year ago when my friend played on the pop-flavored love hit “3005”. It’s a fun track: Gambino raps over a playful beat with characteristic coolness. He’s elusive, a little insecure and indulges in what is essentially a...

January 24, 2017

On January 10, President Barack Obama bade farewell to a nation from a podium in his hometown of Chicago. He spoke from the final dying embers of his eight years, with a measured optimism in regards to the following four. He dared Republicans to put together a health c...

November 18, 2016

This past summer, I visited the California Science Center and saw the Space Shuttle Endeavour. It was retired in May of 1992 and now sits in an incredibly large airplane hangar, where visitors are invited to walk around and underneath the shuttle. Its thrusters look as...

October 21, 2016

The Republican candidate for president has emblazoned his slogan on every car sticker, yard sign and raucous red hat: “Make America Great Again”. If Mr. Trump’s theme for his presidency is restoring America to its former greatness, it seems important to decide when exa...

September 23, 2016

Dear Orange (the school, not the fruit), August 30, 2016

Welcome back to school, you sprightly, good-looking youth. This year, The Courier will be running a number of stories laced with controversy and divergent opinions. And, from now until November, Hillary and The Do...

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