Top 15 K-drama Recommendations

Top 15 K-drama Recommendations

    Korean dramas are an essential part of Korean culture, but many people from other countries, including students here at BCA, watch these shows as well. We decided to gather up some dramas from different categories (ranging from action to fantasy to romance) that you may be interested in and review them for your convenience. Whether you are a… Read more →

The Downfall of SpoonRocket

The Downfall of SpoonRocket

The thriving industry of on-demand food delivery watched as one of its biggest companies, SpoonRocket, went out of business on March 15th, after years of intense competition with its rival, Sprig, in California. The industry of on-demand food has been growing. Martin Mignot says that, “almost every week has brought fresh news of large-scale funding announcements for existing players, or… Read more →

Iowa Caucus 2016: A Raucous Affair

Iowa Caucus 2016: A Raucous Affair

With a presidential election rapidly approaching, campaign fever is once again sweeping across the nation. This year a record number of viewers sat in front of their TV’s to watch debates and rallies charged with political opinion, controversy, and jaw-dropping statements that were unlike anything the country has ever seen. Along with popularity over the debates, February 1st marked the Iowa Caucuses, which… Read more →

Starbucks Red Cups: A War on Christmas?

Starbucks Red Cups: A War on Christmas?

Holiday cheer, winter break, and a coffee cup controversy? Every year, Starbucks has released a festive coffee cup design with designs ranging from Christmas decorations to festive snowmen. This year, instead of a decked-out holiday cup, Starbucks released a minimalist red and cranberry colored cup. Outraged, several Starbucks customers declared Starbucks was waging a war on Christmas. One such customer, Joshua… Read more →