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Does the lack of soundproofing in university residence halls violate personal privacy?

James Lande, Contributing Writer October 12, 2021

Although privacy is not a right directly guaranteed in the U.S. Constitution, it is still something that everybody expects to have. This is why the founders created a handful of privacy-oriented amendments...

Do Celebrities Have A Right to Privacy?

Do Celebrities Have A Right to Privacy?

Angela Tricarico, Contributing Writer December 5, 2018

In a time where Twitter has become something of a lifestyle, it doesn’t take much for people to learn whatever a celebrity is willing to share about themselves. Because of the frequency with which some...

Emails Receive Confidential Addition

Emails Receive Confidential Addition

Anthony Gangemi , Contributing Writer November 14, 2018

Over the past few weeks, confidentiality notices have been included at the bottom of every email received from professors, faculty, offices, and clubs at the university. Only emails that are filed under...

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