The Future of Uber

December 12, 2019 // 0 Comments

Written by Ben Rapp Since Uber, a Ridesharing platform, was founded in 2009, it has completed almost ten billion trips, approximating about fourteen million trips each day. [...]

Body Art in the Workplace

May 8, 2019 // 0 Comments

Written by Anya Srivats The history behind body art is one of the most culturally rich and diverse. Tattoos, in particular, are a form of cultural expression dating back [...]

A Call for Self-Regulation

May 8, 2019 // 0 Comments

Written by Anya Srivats Facebook, standing at the forefront of the growing social media industry, is one of the first corporate giants of its kind. Seeming to have outgrown [...]

The Future is Foldable

May 8, 2019 // 0 Comments

Written by Paul Yoon Get ready to say goodbye to tablets, e-readers, and laptops. Okay, maybe not anytime soon, but the potential is evident. If you’ve ever watched HBO’s [...]

The Neoliberal Tradeoff

May 8, 2019 // 0 Comments

Written by Stephanie Yang In my four years as a Stern student, I have never heard the word “neoliberalism” beyond Gould Plaza, let alone learned about it in a formal [...]

The Last Straw

December 10, 2018 // 0 Comments

By Virginia Favaro 2018 was the year of the plastic straw. This everyday object became the new “poster child” for environmental damage and degradation. Environmental [...]