Uber Sexual Harassment

March 19, 2017 Riya Parmar 0

A couple of weeks ago, former Uber engineer, Susan Fowler came forward about her experience with sexual harassment at the company. Fowler discussed the incident in depth on her personal blog, where she talked about […]

Oracle Sued By U.S Department of Labor

February 9, 2017 Riya Parmar 0

Last week, Oracle was sued by the U.S Department of Labor for their reported unethical hiring process and the wage gap between white males and minorities. The Labor Department stated that the company‚Äôs compensation policies […]

Pennsylvania Professors On Strike

December 21, 2016 Riya Parmar 0

Staff members at more than a dozen Pennsylvania public universities ended a three day long strike last week. The professors walked off the job after disagreements with the old expired contract. Relations between the union […]

Students Prefer Teaches of Color

December 19, 2016 Riya Parmar 0

In recent years, there has been a rising demand for diversity in classrooms from educators and parents. Now, a recent study has discovered that students themselves, regardless of their race and ethnicity, prefer teachers of […]