The average bill for in-state public college tuition totals at more than $17,000, according to a new report by the Associated Press. And at least two-thirds of graduates leave college […]
Editor Archive: Amanda Geronikos
What’s in a name? That which we call a potential raise. In the first study of its kind, researchers have analyzed the impact of names on decision-making and the formation […]
Consumer Reports recently asked subscribers to rate their shopping experiences at big-box retailers, both in-store and online. Among the chains ranked, Costco completely surpassed its competitors. In fact, it was […]
When David Choe was asked to paint the walls of Facebook’s first headquarters, he considered the idea of Facebook “ridiculous and pointless, ” the New York Times reports. Nevertheless, when […]
Vassar College hopefuls anticipated big news last Friday. Many logged on to a school site intended for early-decision applications just after 4:00pm on Friday. It wasn’t until 4:30, however, that […]
What was meant to be a timeless tale of happy meals has yielded a not-so-happy ending. Last week, McDonald’s encouraged people to share their most memorable Micky D’s experiences via […]
America’s Social Security program seems unpredictable, but U.S. News & World Report has the hard facts on this year’s biggest changes.
Even America’s favorite little faces couldn’t escape the rising cost of commodities.
Unhappy with that ugly sweater (you know, the same one you get every year) from grandma? You’re not alone.
Not long ago, Tommaso, an Italian cat, lived on the streets of Rome. Now, he’s a millionaire. The 4-year-old black cat has inherited $13 million from its owner, the wealthy […]