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Thoughts on the impact of self-driving cars:

We are hearing more and more about self-driving cars; Tesla's latest model has some self-driving features. Google is testing a car and Tim Cook president of Apple refuses to say whether Apple is testing a vehicle. Our relationship with the automobile was described in that last century as a "love affair." For many Americans, the car allows them to feel like an explorer or a cowboy or even a fighter pilot or an astronaut as they make their way to and from work. Many Americans spend so much time in their cars that they feel as if they live in them. Sadly, many homeless people actually do live in their cars. What will the impact of self-driving cars be on our society? 

University of Michigan Cracking Down on Drinking on Campus

Much has been written in the past year or so about campus rape. In prior years however, more attention has been paid to alcohol on campus with binge drinking being a focus of attention. The truth is that the two issues are linked. The University of Michigan is currently renewing its focus on a culture of excessive drinking among fraternities and sororities. Campus officials plainly are concerned about the impression of this elite university as a party school and of bad behavior by students. College campuses are strange places; students who live on campus are mostly under the lawful drinking age. Yet they live in a culture which is consumed by heavy alcohol consumption for socializing. Most of this alcohol consumption occurs in privately owned spaces, such as fraternities or sororities or apartments that are rented. Yet the activities that occur in these private spaces are dominated by students who all attend the same institution.

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