By Taylor Nicole Rogers, Features Editor
January 31, 2017
At this point in the semester you have no excuse not to have all the books you need for your classes. Here’s how to save hundreds and get your books by the end of the week.Read more »
By Taylor Nicole Rogers, Dining Editor
October 12, 2016
If you were a professional baker and a client asked you to frost a message on a cake that contradicted your core beliefs, would you do it? In recent weeks, Walmart has been critiqued because of a controversial decision made by its employees.Read more »
By Kenny Kyunghoon Lee, Contributing Writer
March 2, 2015
Filed under Opinion
Walmart's recent raise of the minimum wage is not a large enough step to truly affect income inequality in America, and NYC should continue to bar them from building in the city.Read more »
December 2, 2013
Last Friday, a number of protesters demanded an increase in the minimum wage outside Walmart stores. In July, the massive retailer dropped plans to build three stores in Washington, D.C. after the passage of a bill requiring a living wage of $12.50. Wal-Mart claimed a wage hike would drive up the pr...
November 26, 2013
Long lines and savage shoppers are replacing family gatherings and turkey dinners this Thanksgiving, as Walmart and other superstores start their Black Friday sales earlier than usual. Large retailers are starting their online promotions up to a week early and offering discounts on Thanksgiving to increase their end-of-year profits. While many consumers may believe that these sal...