In doing some research on censorship, I came across an article from the BBC (link at the end of this post). Though I knew North Korea was a bizarre place pretty much devoid of free speech, it was still an article equal parts sad, interesting, and unbelievable. The country does have access to Internet, although […]

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Free Speech 2015

From March 30-April 12, visit Mugar Library to view the various exhibits in our multimedia installation regarding free speech and censorship. Interactive posters and books, films related to free speech, and public art within the library will test and broaden our conceptions of censorship at home and abroad. Things to look forward to: >a conversation on the benefits of […]

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Since Netflix added all ten seasons of Friends in January, I have watched every single episode. Yes, all 236 of them. I don’t know whether to be impressed or disgusted with myself. Friends is the kind of show that’s just plain fun. There’s not a lot to it, it doesn’t really get better with age, but you […]

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