Fashion Copycats vs. Copyright Law

By Rowena Natasha Coco Chanel once said, “imitation is the highest form of flattery,” but at whose expense? Fashion itself is art; it combines design, culture, and movement all in one to create an embodiment of style suited to one’s personality. Every year, fashion week takes place in fashion capital cities like Paris, New York, and London where high-end designers stage runway shows to showcase … Continue reading Fashion Copycats vs. Copyright Law

Building Information Modeling: Risks, Benefits, and Trends in Construction

By Tanner Duron “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic,” wrote Arthur C. Clarke in his 1962 Profiles of the Future: An Inquiry into the Limits of the Possible. Clarke’s statement has been affirmed during the Information Age with the astounding capabilities of computers. Computers allow the world’s population to access near-infinite quantities of data seemingly out of thin air.   Another mind-boggling power … Continue reading Building Information Modeling: Risks, Benefits, and Trends in Construction

Interior Design in the Workplace

By Bryce Cindrich The workplace is where people collaborate, solve problems, and thrive. While many factors go into these actions of productivity, few people consider how their surroundings may be affecting them. Nonetheless, the interior design of a workplace can either inhibit employees from reaching their full potential or contribute to their success. Quality and intentional interior design is shown to boost employees’ productivity and … Continue reading Interior Design in the Workplace

Make Money, Make a Difference

Riley Martin | November 15, 2019 When you tell your parents that you’re going into nonprofit, they panic. They look as if you told them you had wasted all the time, money, and effort you put into graduating from a prestigious university to resign yourself to a simple life of poverty. With nonprofit establishments accounting for 10.2% of the total United States private workforce,[1]  there … Continue reading Make Money, Make a Difference

The Problem With Government Bailouts

Our country is currently more than $25 trillion in debt; we should not be providing trillions of dollars of tax-funded money to businesses that didn’t save up money for hard times. And when bailouts are absolutely necessary for essential companies to survive, the American people should directly receive equity in such companies after they are bailed out. Continue reading The Problem With Government Bailouts