By Neelanjana Gautam & Matt Gwin You’ve probably heard the term Internet of Things (IoT)  — it’s one of those things people seemed to just start saying out of nowhere and suddenly it’s like we’re all supposed to …

On Campus — Be Your Own Action Hero What Are You in College For? By Patrick Jones, Founder & CEO,    While it seems like eons ago, one memory from my first day at college has stuck with me. My …

  Video games – we all know the stereotypes. Acne’d and awkward, sitting in a basement with a crumb covered shirt. Games have achieved incredible levels of graphics and realistic gameplay, along with thorough saturation into American homes …

All that time “studying” in college may pay off after all. The job market for young people is still pretty rough. Entry level jobs want years of experience, and every application you submit feels like it’s going into …

I belatedly decided my junior year of college that I was no longer interested in going to medical school. This is a rather shocking transition, as I went from finding research labs and hospitals to volunteer at, to trying to navigate …

Career Fairs are Garbage by Joy Sun For the first two years of my undergraduate career, I thought I was going to be a doctor. “Being a doctor” is a pretty straightforward path: you do the things your adviser …

March Madness 2018 is under way, and whether or not you follow college basketball, it’s undeniable the cultural impact and popularity March Madness has in America. The tournament brings in well over $1 billion in ad revenue, and last year …

By Joy Sun & Matt Gwin March Madness Pt III: NCAA Headquarters and Conferences Careers The National Collegiate Athletic Association, although it now seems to resemble a professional sports organization with over $1 billion in annual revenue, is …

By Joy Sun & Matt Gwin March Madness Pt II: Broadcasting Careers There’s no denying that the broadcasting of every game is one of the most important aspects of March Madness’ popularity. It’s a spectacular phenomenon — with …