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Turn on most major cable channels or streaming services and you’ll find a show that bends toward science fiction. Nathan Blake, a film expert, says the combination of new media platforms, remarkable talent, and a cultural “suspicion that shadowy forces are shaping reality” have paved the way for a broader consumption of sci-fi shows.
The spring semester is less than one week old, but scores of seniors have already begun looking for their first full-time jobs after graduation. Here, Mary Sullivan, associate director of Northeastern’s Department of Career Development, offers up some tips to the enthusiastic jobseekers.
The rate of progress in computing and technology is increasing at warp speed. A commonly-held computational truism, known as Moore’s Law, asserts that computer processor performance doubles every 18 months. […]
When news broke of a top-ranking intelligence briefing about allegations involving President-elect Donald Trump and Russia, many outlets covered the story, but only one published the salacious details. Here, two journalism professors offer counter viewpoints about that outlet’s decision, with one arguing “the information was bound to be disclosed or leaked,” and the other calling the decision “misguided” and noting that “raw intelligence of the sort is often wrong.”