March is nearing an end and that means one thing: March Madness! SR’s Brendan Thompson has some information you need to to know before you submit your bracket. Cinderella and her dancing shoes- Every team has a shot at advancing far in the tournament, if they get hot at the right time. All it takes is a [...]
With temperatures dropping, thinking about the spring season might seem premature. Beach season is slowly closing in and people are getting ready for their vacations. If you are one of these people or just want a healthier lifestyle without sacrificing a few cocktails here and there; we might just be able to help.
Looking for a great music festival in the United States for the summer? Well look no further than a 700 acre farm in Manchester, Tennessee where Bonaroo is held. Bonaroo is one of the best music festivals in the United States, but what makes it so awesome? SR’s Joey Milstein has the story
Here’s one business structure you may not have learned about in undergrad: the Benefit Corporation, also known as “B Corp”. In 2010, Maryland became the first state to sign legislation creating Benefit Corporations, a corporate legal structure that marries the best of for-profit and non-profit initiatives.
What is the Fiscal Cliff that the media has covered so closely over the past months? Also, what are the consequences and who are the important players? SR’s creator Joey Milstein has the story.
The 2012 Presidential Election is likely to be the closest in a decade, and both sides are looking for every edge they can get.
The biggest story in the news over the past few days has been the developments surrounding the strike by the teachers union in Chicago. Chicago is America’s third largest city and school district, employing over 30,000 teachers and support staff for a student population of more than 375,000 children. This article/writer will not try and [...]
Supply-Side Economics Explained One of the biggest national political issues every year is the debate over how the tax policy in the United States affects economic growth.
Gas prices are a constant topic in the political landscape. But for all the talk, few people actually know what specific things contribute to the price of gasoline. Politicians typically skirt behind ruses such as “we’re doing everything we can” and “it is the other guy’s fault”, but in actuality there is not much that [...]
Many college students who have left their pediatrician might not be getting any organized preventive care. Considering that the college years are for many a time of experimentation with drugs, alcohol, sex and other potentially risky behaviors, this is not the time to be going without medical care. Experts from the American College health Association [...]