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Environmental Books and Movies to Liven Up February Blues

Although sub-zero wind chills and icy streets may deter students from getting outside to enjoy nature, they provide the perfect opportunity to cozy-up with a book or movie to get inspired and informed. Mark Cook, freshman chemical engineering major, said that he has been enjoying watching “Rotten,” a documentary series which arrived to Netflix this January. “It just inspired me to ... Read More »

Humanity vs. Technology: Review of “Black Mirror”

Albert Einstein is quoted as once saying, “It has become appallingly obvious that our technology has exceeded our humanity.” Nearly 70 years later, these words are taking on new life in the form of the hit Netflix original series, “Black Mirror.” This British science fiction series has grown in popularity since its release of the first season in 2011. The ... Read More »

Netflix Stocks are Surging!

Many students use Netflix as a way that helps them relax during stressful college times. On Oct. 17, Netflix released its Quarter Three earnings, which according to forbes.com sent “stocks soaring 20 percent on Tuesday, with an uptick on Wednesday early morning trading.” Netflix is one of the first instant streaming platforms to create such a surge and, recently, Netflix stocks ... Read More »

Netflix Service and Students

Netflix, an online digital stream­ing service and DVD-by-mail pro­vider, could possibly be changing the way some students consume their media. In April of 2011, Netflix claimed that it had over 23.6 million subscribers in the United States and 26 million worldwide. Netflix also claimed $1.5 billion in revenue from digital sales in 2011. Rachel Wisniewski, a University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point ... Read More »