Royal Purple

Potty mouths: Keep politics out of bathrooms

March 29, 2016

March 29, 2016 Bathroom activities are a minefield of awkwardness: the sounds, the smells, the peripheral observation of someone trying to not to look like they’re picking at that zit in the mirror. It’s probably the weirdest unsolicited social activity that we must deal with daily. It’s life. ...

National security at odds with personal privacy

March 1, 2016

Royal Purple Staff Opinion March 1, 2016 Donald Trump recently called for a boycott of Apple products, and because he’s obviously the prevailing expert on cybersecurity ethics, we think you should listen … unless you read our publications from an iPhone … then you should ignore him (on seco...

Students should be concerned with online privacy

Students should be concerned with online privacy

February 26, 2014

Feb. 26, 2014 Editorial Staff Opinion In the age of the Internet, it has become the standard for people to communicate online. According to the Pew Research Center, 73 percent of people ages 18 or older in America use some type of social network, and 71 percent of social media users have Facebook. Social...

Feivor’s Focus

May 2, 2012

Hey want to be friends? Cool, how old are you? Where do you live? Are you in a relationship? What kind of people do you hang out with? What’s your family like? If someone you just met asked a bunch of invasive questions like this, would it bother you? If you regularly use social media, then they shou...

Founded 1901
Privacy