List/Grid Monthly Archives: October 2017

Google Announces “AI First” and New Hardware

Google Announces “AI First” and New Hardware

By:  Evan Burnham On Wednesday, Google unveiled new hardware to the public in the first step of their “AI-first” business plan. New products include two editions of the Pixel smartphone,… Read more »

US Soccer at a Crossroads

US Soccer at a Crossroads

By Ethan Skelskie ‘18   Last week, the German Bundesliga soccer team Hertha Berlin made headlines by taking a knee during the German National Anthem. This comes as a show… Read more »

Senate Approves Budget for Republican Tax Cuts

Senate Approves Budget for Republican Tax Cuts

By Jaedeok Hong ‘19 On the night of October 19th, the Senate approved the $4 trillion Republican-backed budget in a major step for the GOP effort to enact tax cuts…. Read more »

Trump’s Visit to Asia

Trump’s Visit to Asia

Jason Kim’19 According to the White House, President Trump will travel to Asia from November 3rd to 14th to meet the leaders of five countries- China, Korea, Japan, Vietnam, and… Read more »

Trump Denounces Iran Nuclear Deal

Trump Denounces Iran Nuclear Deal

By Jaedeok Hong ‘19 In a speech on Friday, October 13th, President Trump struck a blow against the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, or Iran Nuclear agreement, as he accused… Read more »

Trump Admin Drops Bombshell Days Before NAFTA Negotiations

Trump Admin Drops Bombshell Days Before NAFTA Negotiations

                  By Vernon Lindo ’20   The Trump Administration has announced its hardline stance on changes to the rule of origin regarding… Read more »

Trump Unveils New Tax Plan

Trump Unveils New Tax Plan

                By Jialun Wang ’21 Last Wednesday, President Trump and GOP leaders unveiled their nine-page tax proposal that, if passed, will result in… Read more »

Vladimir Putin Welcomes Saudi King Salman And Deals At The Kremlin

Vladimir Putin Welcomes Saudi King Salman And Deals At The Kremlin

By Michael Rones King Salman became the first monarch of Saudi Arabia to visit Russia when he was welcomed by Russian President Vladimir Putin in an elegant ceremony this week…. Read more »

The Uprising Double Burden of Malnutrition in Developing Countries

The Uprising Double Burden of Malnutrition in Developing Countries

By Emily Lin, ‘20 Alongside the hunger and poor nutrition epidemic, a new kind of malnutrition has hit developing countries: obesity. The growing availability of inexpensive, processed foods and fast… Read more »

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