Millennial Lessons from Being Rejected by the Big 4, Goldman Sachs, LinkedIn and More

It’s a beautiful day and the sun is shining at a mere 80 degrees. I walk into the final interview for a company I dream of working for. It’s been so many rounds of interviews and I’m already stressed. However, at the end of the day, a part of me feels ready. “They have to... Continue Reading →

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Comparing NBA Free Agency with Employment

Throughout the past couple of years, the NBA has had some drastic changes, whether it is regarding new teams or rules. This year’s NBA finals was rather quick with an expected outcome, as the Cavaliers were swept by a Warriors "superteam". Although this occurred, Free Agency is when NBA teams make comebacks. NBA Free Agency... Continue Reading →

The Value of Airplane Conversations

Flights. No, I’m not talking about the flights in which you pick four 4 oz. beers; I’m talking about the flights via airplane when you fly from one location to another, whether it is on vacation or during a business trip. Have you ever been on an airplane flight? Some people have fear of flying;... Continue Reading →

The Pursuit of Sna-Happyness in Tech

Happyness. In the movie “Pursuit of Happyness”, Chris faces many challenges, whether it is regarding his living situation, his job search, or taking care of his son; despite these circumstances, he always remains content and optimistic. I always wondered why “happyness” is spelled with a “y” instead of an “i” in the movie. Sources say... Continue Reading →

Making the Best of Opportunities

On Tuesday, April 10th, a star was born. Andre Ingram, a 32 year rookie who had played 384 games in the minors, had career aspirations of playing in the NBA. Making the NBA is not an easy task; according to research, less than 1% of college basketball players make the NBA, yet alone, even get... Continue Reading →

The Social Media Addiction

In our world today, there are many social media platforms that we utilize consistently. These platforms include Snapchat, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn. According to research and sources, the average person has five social media accounts and spends about 1 hour and 40 minutes per day on social media, accumulating to over 5 years in... Continue Reading →

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