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 …

Ever wondered what kind of jobs American presidents had before they became President? While the vast majority of presidents were either a lawyer, worked in another department/branch of the US government, or in the military, some others took …

Careers in Love For some, it’s a special day to do something romantic with Bae. For others, it’s merely the day before half priced candy. Yet as hard as some may try, it’s pretty tough to avoid Valentine’s …

Score Big with these Careers in Sports Equipment Equipment is a major factor in the ever-improving feats of athletic achievement and the breaking of old records. The apparel worn and equipment used by Olympians and professional athletes in …

“Your Education is a Passport, Not a Plane Ticket” by Matt Gwin   Scott Hartley knows the tech industry. He grew up in Silicon Valley, seeing it “through the boom and the bust.” He has worked for the …