A Change in Appetite

It is football Saturday in East Lansing and one of MSU’s greatest and most storied rivalry games. The Spartans are about to take on U-M, and it is three hours from the kick-off. The 100-year rivalry has drawn generations of strong animosity from both sides, and I witness the Spartan fervor unfold. On the corner […]

A Change in Appetite

It is football Saturday in East Lansing and one of MSU’s greatest and most storied rivalry games. The Spartans are about to take on U-M, and it is three hours from the kick-off. The 100-year rivalry has drawn generations of strong animosity from both sides, and I witness the Spartan fervor unfold. On the corner […]

Without Class Limits

In the late 19th century, punched cards, vacuum tubes and teleprinters infiltrated America’s upper class. Wealthy industrialists used these communication means to share important data. Since then, the development of advanced technology has made the U.S one of the most tech-savvy nations on the planet. Americans use millions of computers, cell phones and Palm Pilots […]

Sounding the Alert

When I think of emergencies, my mind flashes back to cartoon shows such as “Johnny Quest” and “Superman,” when sirens fired off walls and the characters were warned via video satellite of the immediate danger ahead. While such a system works for TVs and movies, it is not plausible with today’s mobile society. However, the […]