In this globalized and technological world, where smartphones do all the hard research and work if you ask nicely, we cannot deny how easy and useful is to make every aspect of our lives digitized. Google and other websites become lifelines when writing a paper, studying and reading the news. But can we feel the […]

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Self-checkout counters in your library or local convenience store, essay grading machines and plagiarism checkers are some examples of where we encounter Artificial Intelligence in our daily lives. Have you ever wondered how Facebook knows which person to tag in the photo you just uploaded? That’s AI. Or how Snapchat filters automatically adjust to your […]

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As a student in the Questrom School of Business, I completely understand the importance of supporting new innovations and early stage startups. Seeing these success stories and the hard work that goes behind the scenes is one of the reasons why I enjoy watching shows like “Shark Tank.” However, in the case of the new […]

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Over the past couple of years, living in hotels, resorts or bed and breakfasts while on vacation have become increasingly unpopular. Instead, people are preferring to rent rooms through Airbnb to meet their short-term lodging needs. All my friends who have studied abroad in the past have found that Airbnb offers beautiful houses in great […]

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Winter break has come to a close and now it’s time to buckle down to tackle another semester. Looking back at that month-long break from responsibility, I have to acknowledge that I would not have been able to survive if I didn’t have an awesome relationship with my mom. She inspired this article, so here […]

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Let’s make this a real WIN-ter break, whether it’s watching four entire series from beginning to end in two days, running a marathon, reading 20 books or just sleeping until you feel revitalized – whatever you choose to view as productive. Anything that isn’t stressing out, studying and Googling “well-paying jobs without a college degree” […]

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On Saturday, several events transpired at “Comics Come Home” that did not bode well for the Cam Neely Foundation. From sets about aborted plane landings to political bits that set the crowd ablaze with angst, the show was a rollercoaster from hysterical high points to horrific low points. The show was wildly entertaining, but also […]

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Last week, John Stumpf, the CEO of Wells Fargo, stepped down following the discovery that he created 2 million fake accounts under existing customers without their consent. About 5,300 workers were laid off and these employees blamed this scandal on their ridiculously stringent sales target. Disappointingly, this kind of practice is not foreign in the banking world. […]

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Adulting is hard. No one likes it, but we all have to do it. You will survive, I promise, and you’ll feel so empowered once you get a better grip of the real world. Hopefully, you have some awesome friends to embark upon this journey through hell with you and help you through all of […]

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Spring break has concluded. While I was a little jealous of all of my friends who got to spend their break in exotic and tropical locations, I did get to take a road trip along the East Coast. It was during this tedious road trip that I realized that driverless cars could be considered an […]

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