By Clint Rainey April 03, 2023 Activity on social media networks like Parler, which was created for the “canceled” among us, seems to foment IRL political unrest, a new Yale University study claims. Curious what role, if any, the right’s “parallel economy” rival to Big Tech potentially played in 2020’s long string of protests, … Continue reading Yale University study links right-wing Parler activity to greater civil unrest in the U.S.
By Shalene Gupta January 24, 2023 Studies show that a college degree can add a million dollars to income over the course of someone’s lifetime. Brookings just released a new report on college enrollment disparities, which analyzes data from 15,000 students who were surveyed in 2009, then 2012 and 2016. Here are some of the key … Continue reading What the latest college enrollment data says about the future of higher education
By Sam Becker December 20, 2022 Millions of Americans dream of owning their own businesses and, in recent years, more and more have brought that dream to fruition. During 2021 alone, roughly 5.4 million new companies were registered in the United States, an increase of 23% over the previous year. While the pandemic has … Continue reading An extra year of education could boost your chances of being your own boss