Tuesday, May 06, 2003

Digesting the Daily XIII

Recent editions of the Daily Northwestern, the student newspaper of my alma mater, featured several media-, technology-, and activism-related items that might be of interest to Media Dieticians.

Decades of dissent
On-campus activism evolves since first Gulf War
(April 21, 2003)

Library to conform to policy
NU librarians fear new plan to comply with Patriot Act could violate patrons' privacy
(April 21, 2003)

Students, Web stalkers benefit from search services
Google offers information, amusement to users in 88 countries, 53 languages
(April 21, 2003)

Wherehouse store not where it's at anymore
Soon-to-close establishment tries its best to unload the last of its music, but nyou finds plenty of crap left.
(April 24, 2003)

Harvard urges punishment for illegal file-sharing cases
Although NU receives complaints, it evaluates the charges individually
(April 25, 2003)

Keeping face, baring more: Playboy at NU
(April 25, 2003)

Playboy to seek NU students for "Girls of the Big Ten" issue
(April 25, 2003)

Video didn't kill WNUR radio drama stars
Student actors, producers keep tradition of on-air theater alive with new show on Sunday afternoons.
(April 29, 2003)

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