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The Intersection of Social Responsibility and Finance: The New Mandate for Healthcare Companies

Author: Sheetal Nariani “Creating a strong business and building a better world are not conflicting goals – they are both essential ingredients for long-term success,” – Bill Ford Over the past couple of years, socially responsible businesses have been trending,… Continue Reading →

Your College Side Hustle

There are several ways through which college students can earn money while studying. This is often done through running side hustles. Therefore, as a college student with a side hustle, you should develop ways to retain more money from your… Continue Reading →

Online Retailers in the Consumers Packaged Goods Industry

Until recent years, brick-and-mortar businesses in the U.S and beyond could count on consistent revenue from steady sales of consumer-packaged goods (CPGs) at their stores. Consumers would happily walk into these physical stores and shop for their everyday consumable products…. Continue Reading →

Summer at Yale: Important Water Sports Safety Tips

As we return to our normal lives this summer, take caution with you into the water. Whether you are stepping into a swimming pool, a boat, an ocean, or a hot tub—keep these basic tips in mind and you’ll find… Continue Reading →

Political Engines—How Cars Drive America

In a country as big as the United States, the car is a large part of life. While cars were first invented in the late 1800s, they have really only been in our lives since the early 1900s, when mass-produced… Continue Reading →

Communicating the Climate Emergency

The climate is changing. There is no denying we’re experiencing worse wildfires, rising temperatures, more frequent storms, and hurricanes. This is just some of the evidence of the aggressively changing climate patterns worldwide. With the Arctic Sea ice shrinking, scientists… Continue Reading →

Should we return to traditional learning?

One of the main takeaways of the COVID pandemic has been that online learning is more than a viable alternative. It’s an effective learning tool that just makes too much sense to leave out of our traditional educational systems And… Continue Reading →

Living Off Campus

Dorm living can be fun, but in my experience here it’s not for everyone. As we progress through our university career, there often comes a time when one might want to start considering off-campus housing. Living on campus offers students… Continue Reading →

Improving the Education System with Gaming

Video games are not generally thought of as anything more serious than a recreational hobby, even despite many people building successful careers in gaming, for many years now. Video games engage the user in a way that is both interactive… Continue Reading →

The Impact of Brexit on US-UK Relations

The US-UK relationship has been through peaks and valleys since the 1940s. The UK essentially sees its relationship with the US as one of the keystones of British foreign policy, and the US has long had the UK at its… Continue Reading →

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