Taylor Swift Called the White House Out Over the Equality Act at the VMAs and They Responded

Taylor Swift Called the White House Out Over the Equality Act at the VMAs and They Responded

On August 26, MTV hosted their annual Video Music Awards (VMAs), honoring the best musicians and videos of the past year. Although much of the focus is on the artists and their music, while on stage accepting an award for Video of the Year, Taylor Swift called the White House out over the Equality Act. […]

Airbnb Arbitration Clause Upheld by D.C. Judge

Airbnb Arbitration Clause Upheld by D.C. Judge

On Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2016, a decision by Judge Christopher Cooper, for the D.C. United States District Court, upheld Airbnb’s arbitration clause. The case addressed the issue of whether Airbnb’s sign-up procedure sufficiently notifies its users of the terms and conditions of membership, specifically the organization’s dispute resolution process. What this means, for those renting […]

Librarian of Congress and the Library Olympics

Librarian of Congress and the Library Olympics

This week, Aug. 14-20, 2016, people, like the newly appointed Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden, may be taking note of an Olympic event other than the one in Rio de Janeiro – the Library Olympics. This summer, the librarians at the University of Dayton came together for their second annual Library Olympics. Events included the Journal […]

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