Economy

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The Internet has expanded the variety and amount of accessible political information. On the positive side, this may create a more pluralistic form of public debate; on the negative side, greater access to information may lead to selective exposure to ideologically supportive channels. The echo chamber effect aroused by this internet occurs online due to a harmonious group of people amalgamating and developing tunnel vision....

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With the continuous spread of the global pandemic COVID-19, people across the world are affected not only physically but also mentally. Emotions are affected deeply and with almost the entire world getting locked down, emotional stress is quite normal during this time. David DeSteno is a Psychology professor in the College of Science at Northeastern University. He says that the constant inundation of emotionally fraught images...

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When there are talks related to radical rules or the extremist mentality, the name of Donald Trump isn’t too far. It doesn’t amaze us now that he has been the spine behind the exec­u­tive order to block all refugees from entering the United States for a minimum period of four months. The order doesn’t restrict itself to just refugees as it also halts immi­gra­tion for...

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When products get endorsed with a celebrity, we all have a tendency to buy it. However, celebrity endorsements have become a topic of debate. Is it really okay for a person to use their fame to persuade customer minds to buy a particular brand? Bruce Clark from Northeastern University talks about the pros and cons of celebrity endorsements and how to deal with this.   Celebrities, he...

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Thousands of crimes and torts are perpetrated every day in the world, and lo and behold, someone somewhere will be assaulted, butchered, robbed, abducted, fondled (erotically) without the consent and something will be sabotaged until you read this article to its the end. Moreover, some individuals commit crimes and torts due to unemployment, privation, poverty, and cut-throat and swear vengeance. A professor of Northeastern University coined the...

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  We all savvy that education is a long-lasting jewel; after all, it governs a person’s life ahead. It is contemplated as a primary requisite of society since erudition is wealth beyond price that individuals never lose, whatever the circumstances may be. Moreover, the more knowledge gets dispensed, the more it strengthens.   Elementary education is the initial stage of mandatory education that kids acquire in their first...

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“People make sacrifices when they go to a start-up, they believe in you as a person, they believe in the mission and what you’re building. You know who they’re married to, you know their kids, you know what their financial situation is”, Russ Layton, a Northeastern University graduate and also the chief executive and founder of Sparx Hockey says this when he realises the perils...

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The world is going through a tough time and the best we can do about it is to help each other and stand by the helpless and the more affected people to prevent them from giving up hope and positivity. In this scenario, Northeastern University has always been a step forward to actively participate in the well-being of others. According to the public health guidelines...

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Everyone wants to gift their loved ones something special. This is why Northeastern University's Trash2Treasure annual sale is a huge success. All the items for sale here are donated by the students when they move out after the semester. The sale is aimed at promoting a lifestyle that is non-wasteful and educating students about a proper way to dispose, recycle, and reuse the items. The...

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