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Mar 27, 2009

Taking a ride through America's Dark Side

Jasmin Ramsey
Taxi to the Dark Side picked up an Oscar at the end of the Bush Era, but the film's subject matter is still relevant in both the U.S. and Canada.
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Mar 23, 2009

Crying poor in a concentrated media system

James R. Compton
What is hurting media corporations is the extremely heavy debt load they assumed to finance aggressive corporate expansion and media consolidation.
News
Mar 19, 2009

Truth and lies in online dating

Zahraa Al Khalisi
Lauren Baron
Marina Brkljaca
Liane Fisher
Dan Punch
But when it comes to dating sites, many users feel it's easier to be truthful about who they are online.
News
Mar 13, 2009

Just say no to the Jo Bros

Ronak Ghorbani
For the past two years the Jonas Brothers have dominated the Billboard charts and hearts of countless tween girls.
News
Mar 12, 2009

Social media as the new frontier for NGOs

Matt Puddister
Kelly Quance
Sylvia Squair
Salma Tarikh
In an increasingly interconnected world, social media may provide the most direct way of helping NGOs publicize their causes to potential recruits.
News
Mar 5, 2009

Jewish identity in a digital age

Britt Aharoni
Natalia Halec
Michelle Higgins
Natasha Marar
Shobhita Sharma
The Internet is playing a significant role in helping Jews makes such discoveries about their family history.
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Feb 26, 2009

Eating disorders and online identities

Amy Barrington
Dale Carruthers
Laura Downs
Claire Michalewicz
Erin Albert
A growing number of websites offer advice on how to lose weight fast, how to hide weight loss from parents or doctors and other advice beneficial to individuals with eating disorders.
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Feb 19, 2009

I am nobody: Anonymity on the Internet

Emily Beers
Todd Devlin
John Paul Hogan
Chris Mitchell
Frances Willick
It's a subculture of madness that gets exponentially more offensive as users try to outdo each other. Nothing is off limits.

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