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Introduction to Investment Opportunities for Students
It is a good idea to have a mixture of different investments to protect your savings. By: Betty Yan, Staff Writer Students often neglect to invest because many of us…
Hominin Interbreeding More Extensive than Previously Thought
New study reveals mysterious DNA in archaic human genome. Michael Capitano, Staff Writer While it is generally accepted within the scientific community that the ancestors of modern Homo sapiens regionally…
Getting ahead in business with body language
Body language is always the non-verbal cue for enhancing human interaction. How to properly present the appropriate body language in appropriate times is not only useful for a regular social…
Government Weighs Texting Ban on Bureaucrats’ Phones
Where to place the value on the importance of preserving the access of information on instant messages for government employees Timothy Alberdingk Thijm, Staff Writer A new report from the…
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It's Vital to Prioritize the Right Things in Life! By Alexandria Chun, Staff Writer In the early 1900’s, an Italian scholar named Vilfredo Pareto was picking peas from his garden…
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An entrepreneur who won’t let his disability define his potential By: Muneer Huda A peek into Martin’s crazy-cool lifestyle as a disabled social entrepreneur shows the freedom of what’s possible with…
Young Unemployment and Social Media
How your drunken profile photos can cost you more than just your dignity. By Amanda C., Staff Writer Many students don’t realize that potential employers can see their Friday night…
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In business, every minute of time counts as money. While we try our best to maximize the efficiency of our work by doing as much as we possibly could, there…
Netflix vs. HBO: Is the tide turning?
KEY POINTS AT A GLANCE 1) Needham & Co. is reporting that Netflix has reached 30 million paying U.S. customers, higher than that of the 28.7 million paying for HBO, Time Warner’s premium TV…
Canada Goose Sues Sears Over ‘Trademark Infringement’
KEY POINTS AT A GLANCE 1) Canada Goose Inc. is bringing Sears to court and accusing Sears the department store of selling knockoff versions of their signature parka. 2) In response, a…
How Do Brides Really Say “Yes" to the Dress?
Wedding industry specialists say bridal dress shopping isn’t what reality television portrays it to be, and is giving brides unrealistic expectations By: Maham Abedi, Staff Writer White dresses drape a…
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Consumers unconsciously squander money with big-name fashion retailers who introduce new designs every few weeks. Betty Yan, Staff Writer Too often, I stand in my jam-packed closet at a loss…
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