Before international standardization boards regulated everything from street signs to keyboards, individual cultures and cities had to regulate things themselves. For specific industries, the number … [Read more...] about Words You Don’t Know: Ell
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Midterm elections ended Tuesday night not with a blue wave, or a red wave, but with a little surge in one direction, some historic elections, and not much else. Midterm elections are often used as … [Read more...] about Florida Midterms Elections: Where Does The Democratic Party Go From Here?
Picture Above: The Tree of Life Synagogue in Squirrel Hill, Pittsburgh, PA. Image courtesy of their website: https://www.tolols.org/ On Saturday, October 27th, 2018, a gunman armed with an AR-15 … [Read more...] about Enough is Enough: Stop Ignoring Antisemitism in America
Music critic, podcast host, and the self-described “busiest music nerd” Anthony Fantano came to Florida State University to give a talk on the music industry and his experience with it. Fantano is … [Read more...] about Ten Out Of Ten: An Interview With The Needle Drop’s Anthony Fantano
Florida’s District 2 Democratic Congressional candidate, Bob Rackleff, is leading an aggressive and progressive campaign against incumbent congressman Neal Dunn. Rackleff agreed to meet with Spire … [Read more...] about Politics and Policies: An Interview with Bob Rackleff
This article comes courtesy of guest authors Michael Keith and Victoria Roberts. Keith and Roberts both graduated from Florida State University with Masters of Science degrees in Applied Economics. An … [Read more...] about A Statistical Exploration Of School Shootings