by Amie Croteau
by Josh Templin
Dr. Jessica Hughes sees communication as the primary way we build inclusive communities.
Editor’s note: This year, Dr. Hughes is celebrating her first full year teaching at RACC. To get to know Hughes better, take a look at this extensive interview that FSJ did last fall.
by Brett Schultz Advertisers want our private data and lawmakers want to let them take it, but we have to resist. With our nation’s Independence Day approaching, many of us are thinking about the lofty […]
by Brett Schultz
Students should care about protecting their school work as much as getting it done.
Many people surf the web, check email, shop online, and even manage their finances from their computers.
However, spending so much time on computers comes with a cost: hackers can exploit our sensitive data with Trojans and malware designed with many different purposes. As the most recent transformation of NSA tools into a global ransomware attack shows, online life can be a dangerous one.
The second of three articles on chess deals with the six pieces and how to maneuver them on the playing board.
The antique game of Chess is based on ancient warfare where swords, axes, and lances were the primary ways of dealing damage to an opponent. Each weapon has its own tactical advantages and disadvantages. As these weapons were used primarily for close combat, battles consisted of two large forces converging together in the middle of a battlefield. Chess incorporates these varied tactics and circumstances of medieval warfare and incorporates them into its game pieces.
By Brett Schultz
The size of online retailers will make the expansion of online retailing inevitable.
Millions of Americans shop online. Technology has become who we are, and the ease of buying online has radically transformed shopping. Clicking “buy” is much easier than taking a trip to the nearest store.