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You shouldn’t buy Apple products

Being on a college campus can sometimes feel like a living advertisement for Apple.

Matthew Wallace | Staff Writer

Editorial Cartoon: Man on the Moon

| Student Life

#RIPSTEVE

Last Wednesday night, there was a frenzy of activity across social networks memorializing Steve Jobs. He is, for our generation, the man who has had the greatest impact on our lives. As college students, his products are integral to our day-to-day lives. What would we do without our iPods or iTunes? How many of your friends have an iPhone?

| Staff Columnist

The death of an icon

Last night, we heard that Steve Jobs, Apple’s former Chief Executive Officer, passed away. He had been sick for many years, suffering from a rare form of pancreatic cancer, which finally took his life. It is amazing how as average students, our lives were touched so greatly by a single innovator.

Apple: Business as usual

On Jan. 17, Steve Jobs announced a medical leave of absence, just months after a taxing liver transplant in early January. Jobs’ reprieve reflects the multiple operations that the CEO has undergone over the past several years, beginning in 2004 when he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.

| Senior Forum Editor

Class teaches students to create iPhone and iPad apps

The birth of the iPhone has revolutionized the way people interact with the world. The invention brought with it a new market for iPhone applications, spurring the start of new businesses across the nation.

| Staff Reporter

Sizing up the iPad

I’ve found there are some things in life that I just have to buy: a ticket to every Quentin Tarantino movie, every Mario game (canon-only, naturally) and Futurama box sets. Charging fast and banging on the door for entrance to this list is the iPad. At least that’s how I felt before I played around with it last weekend. What do I think of it now? Read on to find out.

| Senior Cadenza Editor

Students weigh in on the new iPad

Apple recently went public with its new tablet computer, the iPad. Features of the new device include Web browsing, picture viewing, gaming and support for e-books. Almost all of the current iPhone applications will work on the device. It weighs 1.5 pounds and is half an inch thick. Prices for the device are set to start at $499 and will increase based on memory size and optional 3G service.

| Assignment Editor

Oh my God, it’s almost 2010: Best Comebacks

“I’m rubber and you’re glue…” No, not that kind of comeback (though that is a classic). Every year, singers, actors, movie franchises and companies make big comebacks that shake up the entertainment world. This year saw the return of diva Whitney Houston, the “Star Trek” franchise and “Melrose Place.”

| Cadenza Reporter

The new iPod nano

Opening the case housing the new iPod nano might just be a religious experience. If angels don’t sing as the clear plastic door swings back, it’s only because Apple hasn’t yet stashed the recording in the packaging.

| Senior Cadenza Editor

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