Digital Math Used to be Funky. Not Anymore with Columbia and MIT Undergraduates’ New Company

Writing digital math is difficult. Either you learn a tough markup language like LaTeX or you use a funky drag and drop editor. A group of undergraduates have set out to change that. Parsegon is a company founded by undergraduates Mathew…

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The Post 2016 Era: How to Bring the Democratic Party Together Again

Contributors Include Ernie Barkett, Anthony Erhardt, and Dominic Grossi. The 2016 presidential election exposed the deep and visceral divisions not just within the country as a whole, but also within the Democratic Party itself. The charisma of the progressive movement…

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The Necessity of Religious Evolution Why Absolute Truth must be disembodied from Theology" >

The Necessity of Religious Evolution Why Absolute Truth must be disembodied from Theology

In the present time, according to the Pew Research Center, there are five major religions and numerous folk religions in the world. Each of them has different stories to tell, different inspirations to act from, and different beliefs on the…

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A Critique of College Culture at Elite Institutions

On August 30th, I arrived at Williams College, Forbes’ #1 college in America for the year of 2015. I finally made the 2,880 mile journey to my newfound home for the next four years. I was accompanied by my father,…

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Vladimir Putin Nostalgic Blindness A Critique of the Russian Federation’s Unsustainable Foreign Policy with Ukraine" >

Vladimir Putin Nostalgic Blindness A Critique of the Russian Federation’s Unsustainable Foreign Policy with Ukraine

“Anyone who does not regret the demise of the Soviet Union has no heart . Anyone who wants to restore it has no brains.” This quotation from President Vladimir Putin is indicative of the current Russian approach to international and…

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America’s Distortionary Taxation A review of the optimal path to reform our tax policy" >

America’s Distortionary Taxation A review of the optimal path to reform our tax policy

In the wake of the Panama Papers, the United States has an opportunity to act on the flaws of the current international system, which has precipitated a rampant rise in economic inequality, through the immoral tax avoidance tactics of the…

0 Comments / 97 View / April 22, 2016

Bernie Sanders’s Disastrous Proposal for Free Trade A critique of the economic realism of Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders" >

Bernie Sanders’s Disastrous Proposal for Free Trade A critique of the economic realism of Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders

In a recent interview with the New York Daily News, the presidential candidate Bernie Sanders claimed that he would renegotiate every trade deal made by the United States, which would be based on a new criteria for trading. Bernie Sanders…

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Such Stuff as Dreams are Made On: A Letter to My Little Sister

Dear Maya, I remember when I was twelve. You were only four then, all eyes, cheeks, and energy. Life was Pre-K, ballet, playdates, and National American Miss pageants. And to think that yesterday, while we were at dinner, I caught…

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Kanye West announces new album, “Turbo Grafx 16”

Kanye West has just announced the follow up album name after the Life of Pablo on Twitter:  My next album is titled   “Turbo Grafx 16”   as of now… Our music team estimates there is a 99% chance that this name will…

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An Interview With Mahbod Moghadam

George Beall, an entrepreneur who left Wharton to pursue a personal  startup, interviews Mahbod Moghadam, a co-founder of Rap Genius (genius.com) and currently is heading Everipedia.    GB: If you had to go all the way back to senior year of…

0 Comments / 193 View / January 24, 2016