Weekly Popular

Graphic by Robert Samec

Why AI Doesn’t Scare Me

When two-time world champion Defense of the Ancients (DotA) esports team member Johan Sundstein was asked about playing against OpenAI Five, a team controlled

Editors' Picks

November 20th, 2020

The Common North American Least Shrew as a Metaphor for the Postmodern American Ethos Voices by Neal Sarin and Jesse Goodman Playing Pretend: Impossible Exhibitions in the Time of COVID-19 Arts by

Woes of Going Home

Am I excited about going home for break? I mean, I guess. It’s kinda weird, though, right? Usually, we get to come back right after the week of Thanksgiving, but now we

Who are the Republican Party’s organizers?

Sometime in 2020, I became an organizer. The word “organizer” is not a term I generally use to describe myself—I spend most of my productive life on my laptop, after all. Nevertheless,

Google Suite? More like Google Sweet

With the recent metamorphosis of Google Suite into Google Workspace, I can’t help but wonder how Google—a digitally omnipotent force disguised as an LLC that most likely possesses the entirety of my

Come Along With Me

When I was 16 years old, I read War and Peace for the first time in a highschool literature class. Like so many others before me, I emerged from the book as

1 2 3 36