Visual profiling in criminal justice

News

By Erica Quinones Elm Staff Writer Students analyzed the evolution of predictive policing on Monday Feb. 4. The Department of Communication and Media Studies hosted Dr. Allison Page as part of their CMS Speaker Series. Page is an assistant professor of communication and theatre arts at Old Dominion University. Her work has been published in […]

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Always Under Surveillance: Your Phone Could Be Listening and Watching

Opinion

By Theodore Matheiss  Elm Staff Writer The other day I was in the library studying with my friend Dan. Another friend of mine came over to talk to us, and Dan complimented her jacket. She thanked him and told him the brand. About an hour later, scrolling down his Instagram feed, Dan saw an ad for the […]

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Just a Goose: How does technology affect relationships?

Lifestyle

By Amanda Gabriel Elm Staff Writer With today’s technology, the world truly is at our fingertips. Smart phones enable us to search for almost anything and get in touch with almost anybody in seconds. Although these improvements may prove advantageous for a great deal of situations, I believe that technology is harmful to relationships because […]

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