Wall Street

From pizza restaurants to Wall Street banking

When my friends Talia Zakalik, Sophia Bukowski, and Izzy Borah were trying to save a squirrel from a pipe, they found a student ID in the bush. Labeled from 1996, it read “Aman Boyd”, and besides some scratches and dirt stains, it was relatively unharmed. I thought this would be a really cool interview for my Creative Nonfiction class, where we had to interview someone, and asked to meet up with him.

| Investigative News Editor

Science and finance

In a recent column in the Huffington Post, Amanda Terkel wrote about America’s “Brain Drain,” how graduates in scientific fields work in finance rather than continuing with research. Instead of continuing with scientific research and development, technical majors often end up in the world of finance, working for a Wall Street investment bank.

| Staff Columnist

A little love for the Fed, a little hate on the blowhards

The Fed has recently come under intense scrutiny after it was pressured to release documents detailing where the $3.3 trillion it issued in loans went.

| Forum Editor

‘Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps’

Oliver Stone’s metaphors could use some work. His new movie, Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, is really a cry for help: the stock market is like the cambrian explosion. No, it’s actually a tulip, a vengeful woman, nuclear fission.

| Cadenza Reporter

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