Written by Tess Britton Back in May when the virus was still young in the U.S, many economists made predictions about how this virus would affect the sports industry. Warnings of mass revenue loss, unemployment and termination of some leagues […]
Written by Ashley Slud COVID-19 has impacted almost every area of life imaginable. In particular the workforce – including both blue-collar and white-collar workers – have been hit hard. While working from home once seemed like a rarity, it is […]
Written by Bradley Pasekoff With the elections of Democrats Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock in the Georgia runoff elections on January 5, the Senate was back to a 50/50 split – including Independents who caucus with the Democrats – for […]
Written by Raj Asher With much fanfare, in December 2020 both Pfizer and Moderna released their vaccines to the public, touted with high efficacy in fighting COVID-19. Now, almost two months later, the U.S. is seemingly in the same spot: […]
he American Revolution holds a prominent place in the American psyche and consequently has been a subject of debate and inquiry.However, like any other revolution, American Revolution was not a sudden spark, but more so the cumulative result of a vast complex of socio-economic and political forces, lying dormant and accumulating behind the scenes. This paper argues that the combination of direct and indirect costs incurred in order to gain independence were overshadowed the gains from independence, making the colonists better off being a part of the British Empire in the short run.
Written by Caroline McMahan Nations around the world are grappling with the cost of moving industries towards more sustainable production methods. Implementation of regulations and taxes geared towards limiting greenhouse gas emissions has been met with backlash from people and […]
When COVID-19 began to rapidly spread across the United States in March of 2020, millions of people were forced to quarantine in their homes in hopes of reducing the spread of the virus. Now, eleven months later, nearly 27 million Americans have contracted the disease and 462,000 have died. With daily case surges persisting throughout 2020, it has quickly become apparent that the only way to mitigate the spread of the virus is through a vaccine. However, the production and distribution of the virus is proving to be much more difficult than originally anticipated.
Photo by Paul Fiedler Written by Allison Libbe Since the first week of January, the UK has been under strict new lockdown orders in an effort to curb the proliferation of the B.1.1.7, or British variant, of Covid-19. Between new […]
Written By Vib Das With attacks and public outcry against Robinhood and other online brokerages making headlines recently, it’s easy for a reader to fault them for purposely throttling trades in a select few stocks. While yes, this sudden stoppage […]
For many years, investors with low confidence in the government’s ability to control the economy have put their confidence in gold. Throughout history, gold has been recorded as relatively volatile in the short term yet successfully able maintain a steady […]