Scandalous Loopholes: You’d Do It, Too!

This year, we’ve watched journalists uncover multiple instances of questionable behavior in the college admissions and financial aid process. Just google “college admissions” AND “scandal” and you will find all the evidence that you need that people are trying to bend the letter of the law in order to save some cash. From turning over … Continue reading Scandalous Loopholes: You’d Do It, Too!

Tjalling Koopmans: The Economics of Why I’m Always Late

I’m going to start this post with a story that was quite common at my undergraduate institution, Western Carolina University, when I went there. You’re driving to campus for a class that starts in five minutes. You should have left earlier, but as a 20-something in college, you aren’t known for planning ahead. Feeling hopeful, … Continue reading Tjalling Koopmans: The Economics of Why I’m Always Late