2022 NFL Offseason Brings Big Moves

Following the Los Angeles Rams Super Bowl victory at SoFi Stadium earlier this year, many teams have been preparing for the season to come. Some of these preparations have come through the signing of new and old players through the free agency season of 2022. With many trades changing the landscape of the NFL, this has been one of the most exciting offseasons in NFL history.

Read more

Amazon NYC Warehouse Workers Support Union in Historic Labor Win

On Friday, Amazon employees in Staten Island, New York, voted to unionize, marking the company’s first successful organizing campaign in the United States and giving an unexpected victory to a young group that fueled the union drive. During the pandemic, Amazon, the country’s second largest private employer, grew even more powerful, hiring hundreds of thousands of people to meet soaring demand for online delivery.

Read more

How Skims Is Changing the Swimwear Market

Kim Kardashian has long been a fashion innovator, icon, and entrepreneur. Most recently, the release of her Skims Swimwear has proven to be one of her most ambitious projects yet. Although in most of her endeavors, Kim Kardashian shows true dedication to her craft, but this time around it seems as though Skims Swimwear is of huge importance to Kim.

Read more

Paris Fashion Week: The Fashion Industry’s Solidarity With Ukraine

After a two-year pandemic-related delay to the Fall/Winter iconic Paris Fashion Week, solemn loomed over the atmosphere when days before the 2022 resurge, Vladimir Putin launched an unmerited war against Ukraine. As a response, the head of Paris Fashion Week’s organizing organization, Ralph Toledano, released a statement imploring attendees to “experience the shows of the coming days with solemnity, and in reflection of these dark hours.”

Read more

Implications of Chip Shortages

As technology becomes increasingly integrated within our everyday products, demand for semiconductors has outpaced supply, and this constraint has worsened under COVID-19. Semiconductors, or “chips,” are typically made of silicon and conduct electricity in products, such as computers, smartphones, automobiles, medical equipment, and kitchen appliances.

Read more

Pin It on Pinterest