Opinion: On the Bergdahl Prisoner Swap

The Obama Administration has recently come under flak for a recent prisoner exchange. The prisoner exchange, which exchanged Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl for five high ranking Taliban officers held at Guantanamo Bay is unpopular among many within the United States. However, I opine that the prisoner exchange was in the best interests of Sgt. Bergdahl and of the United States. Why are many… Read more →

Book Review: Young Money by Kevin Roose

Book Review: Young Money by Kevin Roose

   Pictured above is the front book cover of Young Money by Kevin Roose Young Money by Kevin Roose is a fantastic, enlightening read that I highly recommend to anybody who is either pursuing a career in finance or is even remotely interested in the life of a banker. The book is narrative non-fiction, following eight young financial workers throughout… Read more →

Meet the Teachers: Dr. Patricia Kenny

Meet the Teachers: Dr. Patricia Kenny

Dr. Kenny is a favorite amongst the student body, well-known for her popular psychology courses and as a teacher advisor for Best Buddies, a club in which every Wednesday, BCA students visit a local elementary school and volunteer in its aftercare program.  Over her career, she has done research at Columbia University’s New York State Psychiatric Institute and has taught… Read more →

Frozen: Is It Worth the Hype?

Frozen: Is It Worth the Hype?

These days, hearing the opening notes of the famous Disney hit, “Let it Go,” can be a possible source of annoyance for some, excitement for others, and in certain extreme cases, the cause of vivacious group sing-alongs. The immense popularity of the song, however, is just an example of the viral success of Frozen, an animated Disney film released in… Read more →