Jamal Tyler

There Are Many Ways to Enter the Journalism World

For some odd reason since starting college I have become a frequent reader of Bleacher Report, which many say was a news disruptor. However they have become a viable source for sports news. To begin many critiqued the website because it allowed registered users to publish articles on the site, which caused content to suffer,… Continue reading There Are Many Ways to Enter the Journalism World

Lukas Eddy

Building a Startup: Who Do You Think You Are?

The hustle. The grind. Call it what you want. Social media, narcissistic vloggers, the Internet marketplace and slang terminology can all be inspirational. Who doesn’t want to feel like they own the world and can make money any way they want? The rags-to-riches, self-made, American Dream(ing) persona no doubt has its appeal. We’ve see this… Continue reading Building a Startup: Who Do You Think You Are?

Sophie Charboneau

Startup Success Means Observing the The Box

I’ve always considered myself creative. As a kid, I would spend my days reading, coloring, painting or writing. As I got older and faced problems that required a different way of thinking, I’ve always been able to think outside of the box and solve them confidently. However, when it comes to my professional career and… Continue reading Startup Success Means Observing the The Box