A Brief Explanation of the Supply Chain Quagmire

A Brief Explanation of the Supply Chain Quagmire

As the holidays inch closer, consumers find themselves dejected, frustrated, and paranoid with the massive disruption in the supply chain affecting every aspect of life. Empty shelves, sky-high prices, shipping delays with only weeks until the gifting season wraps up;...
Political TikTok Is a Work in Progress

Political TikTok Is a Work in Progress

TikTok feels like a microcosm of the internet; an ever-expanding platform filled with billions of videos covering everything from wild conspiracy theories to smoothie hacks. Powered by an algorithm that determines which video a user may like based on content...
Trying Times for Facebook

Trying Times for Facebook

This month, a bombshell story from The Wall Street Journal entitled The Facebook Files took a deep-dive into Facebook, investigating the multi-billion dollar company’s impact and influence on people — specifically kids — from the inside. In one story...
Back to school, back to normal?

Back to school, back to normal?

Something Thomas* didn’t expect to feel on his first day back teaching after a long summer dealing with the Delta variant was a sense of relief. Things aren’t back to normal by any stretch of the imagination — kids are still wearing masks and their parents are...
Invisible Holidays

Invisible Holidays

I knew early on I was never going to be a perfect fit. All around me, everyone seemed to have this innate understanding of life while I puttered around like a chubby pinball from outer space. Call it disordered thinking, but I could never wrap my head around the kind...