“It’s new, it’s emerging, it’s changing, and because of that, there’s so much opportunity to not only create and grow in the space, but actually to strategize, to influence its future development, and to become an expert in a very short period of time.”
“If you give legal value to information that is registered immutably on the blockchain, then you don’t need to pay $50 thousand every year just to have another company reconciling numbers.”
Participating in the rally was, for me, uplifting and inspiring. The student income contribution is an undue burden on low- and middle-income students, and it’s got to go.
ASL offered for credit. The Domestic Summer Award. The First-Year Handbook. This past year, the YCC has been instrumental in instituting a number of major changes on campus. These came as the result of advocacy and careful thought, and though they took a lot of time, their implementation was the culmination of a lot of […]
Azaria King, BK ’20, explains why she should be YCC President.
Casey Ramsey, Murray ’20, explains why he should be YCC Vice-President.
Shunhe Wang, Morse ’20, explains why he should be YCC President.
“People are driven by talk, narratives, stories. And they don’t look at data independently; they don’t. Most people. They just listen to ‘What’s the story now.'”