News, Analysis and Philosophy



Staying Organized

It has been both an amazing and amusing experience for me in college to observe how some students are able to find time for everything they like. From flexing muscles in a gym, submitting assignments on time, chasing leather in… Continue Reading →

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 →

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 →

The Limits of Remote Work

It has been over a year since COVID-19 changed the way the world defines work. We tumbled out of our offices and back into our homes, set up workstations there, and became our very own islands of productivity. As remote… Continue Reading →

Mental Stress, Sedentary Life and Hormones

If you find yourself stuck behind a desk or seated in the car for much of your week, you’re not alone. Thanks to the latest technological advancements and our modern lifestyle, people across the world are more inactive than ever…. Continue Reading →

Fake News and Snake Oil

For the sake of simplifying our analysis, let’s divide the world into two halves: the trustworthy and the fraudsters. While it’s true that dividing the world cleanly in half is never accurate, it’s certainly a helpful lens to use when… Continue Reading →

The Healthcare Debate

Introduction In this article, we discuss the elements commonly raised as part of the ongoing and current debate on healthcare in the United States. You may be surprised to learn that the US is different from the rest of the… Continue Reading →

Consumerism, Technology and Meaning

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In his 1932 dystopian novel “Brave New World“, English author Aldous Huxley imagines a future where life has been engineered to be pain-free but is ultimately meaningless. Almost a century later, most people have access to more material goods than… Continue Reading →

Longevity Research and its Political Consequences

Currently a member of the working class has three distinct stages of life. Youth, which prepares you for the world including learning, growth, puberty, self-discovery and sexuality. Adulthood, in which your best years are spent living life and doing hard… Continue Reading →

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