Do We Talk So Good or Sowell?

The first day of class is always nerve-racking. You can typically tell within the first few minutes how the rest of the semester will go. If the professor cracks some jokes, hands out the syllabus, and lets you out early, then you’ll probably be in for a good next few months. Other times, your worst fears come true when the professor hands out the syllabus and then proceeds to lecture for the remaining two and a half hours. Continue reading “Do We Talk So Good or Sowell?”

The story of HipHoponomics

“He who only wishes and hopes does not interfere actively with the course of events and with the shaping of his own destiny.”

— Ludwig von Mises, Economist

HipHoponomics is the marriage of Economics and Hip-hop. It is designed to provide a creative & dynamic front door for intellectual engagement in economics for students. From a personal passion growing up to a grad school project, to the development of a new movement in economics education receiving regional and national attention, here is the story of HipHoponomics. Continue reading “The story of HipHoponomics”