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Business Major to Small Business

College is often referred to as the best time of your life, but it should also be considered the busiest. Early morning classes, ultimate frisbee on the lawn, "Greek life", improv, and late night cram sessions—that’s just a regular Tuesday. But now you’ve...

Is There Room for More Technology in Our Schools?

Everywhere you go, someone is doing the exact same thing as you are now—looking at a smart device. You could be in a café, on a bus, or even walking down the street, and chances are that half the people that you meet will have their noses buried in a mobile phone or...

Stay Safe and Have Fun This Summer

Even though it might take a while before the world returns to the pre-pandemic normal, slowly but surely, things are opening up. With the vaccine rollout well underway, the summer of 2021 is shaping up to be infinitely better than the last. With restaurants and bars...

Venturing into the Chinese Market

In January 2018, the then US President Donald Trump initiated a trade war against China with the goal of eliminating “unfair trade practices”. China fought back and both countries retaliated back and forth before finally reaching some form of agreement in 2020. As we...

How to Budget for a Return to Campus

Credit: Charlotte May via FreePik While studying on campus has its pros (you get to see your classmates again!), it can come with a lot of cons. With colleges across the country resuming in-person classes, students can expect a long-awaited return to normalcy. For...

What College Students Should Know about Credit

During your years at college, you will need to dedicate your time and energy to two types of credit: your course credits and your financial credit. Read ahead to see how you can manage the latter as effectively as possible. What Credit Options Do You Have? It’s not...

The Perfect Pitch Deck

When you finally get the call that you have an appointment to pitch your ideas to an investor, you know it is a big deal. Since only 0.91% of entrepreneurs receive funding from angel investors, you need to deliver a pitch that will make them open their wallets. Put...

Growing Social Divides in the United States

Yesterday, someone in my politics class wrote that "the United States is divided into two separate societies, one consisting of the rich and powerful, the other of the poor and powerless". It is true that this division has been growing wider for a quarter of...

More Fake News Allegations Emerge after the 2020 Election

In the news today, it has emerged that Russian president Putin once again authorized pro-Trump propaganda during the 2020 election campaign. According to a US government report, Moscow authorized "misleading or unsubstantiated allegations" about Joe Biden,...

Making the Transition to Remote Study or Work

Since the Covid pandemic, a lot of us (both students like me, and those who have moved on to the work force) have transitioned to remote work. For some, this is a blessing – who doesn’t love the freedom to work and study without getting dressed and commuting for half...