The Moral Fiber of Entrepreneurs

Posted on June 4, 2018

Eugene Fernandes   |   June 4, 2018 On his way home after school, high school student Sid illicitly buys a bottle of vodka for his alcoholic mother, of which she drinks her first glass on an empty stomach as soon as she gets the bottle. He implores her to eat first, but there is no food prepared in the dirty kitchen. Sid then puts on his apron, cooks dinner for the both of them, and joins his sobbing mother in frontRead More

Why I’ll never take a Gender and Women’s Studies course

Posted on March 31, 2018

Warning: not controversial. As someone who has friends who put up with my criticisms of feminism, postmodernism, and poststructuralism, I am often recommended to take a gender and women’s studies course. However, university is a short and costly time in any person’s life, and so there is a steep price for taking a GWST (Gender and Women’s Studies) course. In light of this, a GWST course simply isn’t worth it. The first cost is 52 hours of my life. UniversityRead More