Super Bacteria Found in the Water at Rio Olympics Site

A “super bacteria” has recently been found in the waters of where the sailing events will take place for the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Several news officials have already warned the Olympic managers of the potential threat the bacteria can cause towards the Olympians. Brian Foster, head of the Olympic committee said, “We … Continue reading Super Bacteria Found in the Water at Rio Olympics Site

Sony Pictures Hack: Was it North Korea?

On November 24th, 2014, the Guardians of Peace, otherwise known as the “#GOP,” hacked into Sony Pictures computer systems, stealing information, posting rants from Sony's various social network accounts, defacing their website, and disabling their computer systems. The stolen information has been posted across the internet. Part of the stolen content includes five films: four … Continue reading Sony Pictures Hack: Was it North Korea?

Yes Means Yes Legislation: Consent On College Campuses

Recently, the public eye has been drawn to sexual assault on college campuses amid what many news reporters, like Tara Culp-Ressler of Thinkprogress.org, are calling a "campus rape crisis." Some college students are claiming that universities refused to process rape allegations and do not punish rapists severely enough. This news frenzy produced the “Yes Means … Continue reading Yes Means Yes Legislation: Consent On College Campuses

Possibly the Oldest Surviving Photo of People

From the first camera in 1816, to the 8 megapixel camera we carry around in our pockets now-a-days; pictures capture the finest moments of our lives. But a question still remains, when was the very first picture taken? Of who? Photography experts have discovered what may possibly be the oldest surviving photograph of a person. … Continue reading Possibly the Oldest Surviving Photo of People