Print it in Color, the color copy

As a college student, I can attest that printing color pages can get pricey. The library I had access to growing up only had four printers and colored pages were 75 cents a sheet. Eventually you learn to settle for black and white, all the while mourning the brilliance that could’ve been yours, if you’d... Continue Reading →

Print it in Color

  by Imani Simpson As a college student, I can attest that printing color pages can get pricey. The library I grew up in only had four printers and colored pages were 75 cents a sheet. Eventually you learn to settle for black and white, all the while mourning the brilliance that could’ve been yours,... Continue Reading →

Stop the Presses!: Information Overload

by: Imani Simpson   When thinking about the seemingly endless way of getting media to the public today it’s almost unbelievable that scribes once dedicated their lives to producing manuscripts by hand. While the readers of the early nineteenth century “did not have enough money, leisure or access to… support a literary culture” (McVey) the... Continue Reading →

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