The Wonders of Words and Writing

By Cathy Shan (’23) Featured: Rachel Rochford (’23) Starting with four words that sparked the end of an era of segregation and prejudice, Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have A Dream” speech is undoubtedly one of, if not the most, well-known pieces of literature in American history. This speech touched the hearts of tens of thousands of people around the nation, making it a prime … Continue reading The Wonders of Words and Writing

The Month of March

By Qingqing Ouyang (‘23) March is a month celebrating women and reading, and it is important to appreciate both.  Let’s take a look at female business individuals that have widely impacted the financial world. Not only their contributions and influence, but I  also encourage you to read more about their story. Here, you will read about three strong women we have chosen, and books relating … Continue reading The Month of March

How Does ESG Affect Us Investors and the World?

By Giulia Pincetti (’24) A company’s operations are set to a specific standard of criteria environmentally, socially and when it comes to governance. This is called ESG, and socially aware investors use this criteria in order to find potential investments that align with their values. Many investors may even use ESG to steer away from businesses that contain risk factors that may damage their share … Continue reading How Does ESG Affect Us Investors and the World?

Ford’s Electric Future: An exclusive interview with Ford’s EV Boss

By Aadi Shiv Malhotra (‘21) When Henry Ford revealed the Model T in 1908, he wanted the automobile to be affordable, simple to operate, and durable. The Model T was one of the first mass-produced cars allowing Henry Ford to achieve his dream of creating a universal car. Since then Ford has become one of the largest and most influential automakers in the world, selling … Continue reading Ford’s Electric Future: An exclusive interview with Ford’s EV Boss

Mentally on Mars

By Marina Campoy-LoVasco (‘23) The Earth spans a surface area of 196.9 million mi². Its highest point of elevation is 29,029 ft above sea level at the tip of Mount Everest. Over 4000 people have reached this point successfully, while around 295 people lost their lives in the process. The deepest known point on Earth’s surface is the Challenger Deep somewhere near 35,814 feet below … Continue reading Mentally on Mars

Teenagers and Financial Preparation

By: Qingqing Ouyang (‘23) Many schools do not offer opportunities, besides specialized business classes, that prepare students as they enter adulthood. In this case, it means teaching the youth to save and manage money. In a class known as personal finance, teenagers can learn how to properly handle money situations, which will help them a lot in the long run.  To a parent or guardian—These … Continue reading Teenagers and Financial Preparation

What is Love?

By Cathy Shan (‘23) As Valentine’s Day approaches, love starts to fill the air as people frantically run around, trying to remember what their significant other’s idea of a perfect Valentine’s Day is. However, unlike those around me, I found myself asking the same question, one that seemed incredibly simple yet so difficult to answer: What is love? It’s a term that we hear throughout … Continue reading What is Love?