Entertainment Investment Club Newsletter Issue 1.6 Nick Mancini Video Games

Why You Shouldn’t Invest in the Video Game Industry

The video game industry can be something that is smart to invest in if you carefully calculate a few factors: how much hype surrounds the game? Does the game look fun? Is there any rising interest within a certain demographic? Will the game last long enough to sell DLC? Lastly, will the game have too […]

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Alec O'del Investment Club Newsletter Issue 1.6 The Press

Entrepreneurship

“There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure.” -Colin Powell   Since 2010, I have been running my own chocolate business called O’Delicious! Chocolates, which makes handcrafted chocolates for friends and family. My business began on my 10th birthday when I talked about making chocolates to […]

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Entertainment Esports Filip Augustowski Issue 1.6 The Press Video Games

Esports: What Are They?

Plainly and simply, exports are electronic sports. What this means is that thousands of people play different video games as a sport. It may sound ridiculous to many, but it is no different than football or soccer. The argument against esports is that you don’t exercise and it doesn’t take a lot of skill.  Many […]

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Issue 1.6 Net Neutrality Raymond Mancini The Press

Do Not Leave Issues Up To The Issuer

Net neutrality, the principle that the internet should be equally accessible and data should be treated equally, has recently received a lot of attention in domestic politics. While some believe that the FCC should regulate internet service providers (ISPs) to prevent these companies from giving affluent customers access to fast lanes, others strike it down […]

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Emma Fitzelle-Jones Issue 1.6 Net Neutrality The Press

Cogent-Yet Still Not Clear

The recent debate over net neutrality has come to a culmination with the President’s statement that the F.C.C should invoke Title II of the Telecommunications Act of 1996 to regulate the internet—both cellular based and land based. However, he also specified that the F.C.C should be cautious and avoid setting prices. This is all with […]

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Issue 1.6 Net Neutrality Shane Woolley The Press

Municipal ISPs: The Last Battleground for the Open Internet

There’s no denying it: the internet is no longer a luxury. Sure, we could all live on without it–some of us would probably get actual lives without its constant preoccupation–but now that it’s here, access to it is absolutely essential to compete in the modern economy and to earn a living. Much as ancient civilizations […]

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