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!
By Logan Baker (Creighton University) When drinking a can of Coca-Cola, it is easy to get lost in the taste while disregarding the economics behind purchasing the Coke. Let’s be honest, we disregard the economics of most things. If we think about it, there is a particular reason for the soda’s price and the store … Continue reading Drinking and Thinking About Coke
By Tina Tomas (Creighton University) Widely regarded to be one of the best shows in television history, Friends is about three young men and three young women who face life and love in New York. Following these six through the tumults of dating, marriage, divorce, kids, and career changes, the show makes us laugh. One … Continue reading The One Where Tina Explains the Economics Behind Friends
By Marc Morris Ten Crack Commandments show us black markets have rules https://youtu.be/ZYb_8MM1tGQ The Notorious B.I.G. shows us even in the black market people still follow rules. It’s not a lawless society where chaos reigns. In this song, he explains how his “rules” got him mad cheddar (cash money) and if you don’t follow these … Continue reading Rules to the dope game