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by Shelly Awaya, editor

Ipods revlutionize music, film

Music downloads have been the subject of much controversy during the past few years. Napster, which was founded in the mid 90s, offered people the chance to share music through the Internet. This meant we could download music files from other people’s computers that had the same software, and we didn’t have to pay for them. In other words, Napster made possible widespread access to free music.

 

 

 

Multiculturalism is answer to ethnocentrism

Editor’s note: Vanessa Katz recently won a national minority student in advertising award. Here are her thoughts on it, on her trip to New York to receive it, and on the importance of diversity in advertising and every profession.

 

Imagine: Going home to your own new home

When envisioning the future, we tend to see ourselves as rich and successful. We dream of living in a 10-bedroom house overlooking the beach, with a hot tub installed in our bedroom. Our dream home is well-equipped with the most modern technologies, complete with maids and butlers and a garage full of BMWs.

 
 

 

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