In an ever growing age of knowledge and multimedia, often the power of documentary films is overlooked. Simplistic but informative, moving and passionate, these five documentaries will change the way you see things in your daily life.
On Jan. 24, Americans faced a blow to one of their most valued constitutional rights: the right to free speech. The Senate was expected to vote to pass the Stop Online Piracy Act and Protect IP Act, creating mass web censorship
We’ve all done ourselves wrong. We’ve chosen to stick our heads up the collective anus that is our “leaders” and let them make the choices for us. And then someone had a brainchild. An occupy movement—a movement meant to notify the corporate heads that we’re tired of not being heard.
There’s only one thing I hate more than being single on Valentine’s Day, and that’s pickles. So since the greeting card companies haven’t, as of yet, made a holiday that makes me fiercely aware of my extreme dislike for pickles, I will focus my loathing on Feb. 14.
The U.S. has been working feverishly in the last several years to develop more energy efficient ways of living. Amongst these inventions are hybrid cars, wind turbines and biofuels. But how green are they really?