• Could Polluting Cars Be Behind Us?

    Worldwide, Tesla has found ways to make their car models more affordable to the general public to move the 21st century energy transition forward. Imagine if you could simply plug in your car at night, much like plugging in your phone, and in the morning find its fully charged...
  • Self-Driving Technology: Are We Ready?

    Not long ago, self-driving cars seemed like technology that would only be found in science fiction movies. Our mindset quickly changed as companies like Google began to release prototypes of self-driving cars in attempt to make this technology available to the ordinary consumer. Self-driving cars could very well revolutionize...
  • Tesla: The 21st Century’s Dream Car

    In the decade since its founding, auto start-up Tesla Motors has innovated in technology and marketing to change one of the United States’ most powerful industries. It is no coincidence that CEO Elon Musk heads both Tesla and the ambitious, frequently lampooned private space travel company SpaceX; transforming the...
  • The Next Green Car: Hydrogen versus Electric and the Battle of 21st century Automobility

    The transportation industry accounts for the largest source of GHG emissions in the U.S. According to the EPA in 2014, transportation represented 26% of the country’s GHG emissions. As we come to realize our cars need a change, consumers are given a few choices for their next “green” car purchase....
  • #GridironGang: Social Media and NCAA recruiting

    We all have been told at some point in our lives to “watch what we put on social media”, because at some point in time it could come back to bite us.  The boom of recruitment and job seeking via social media platforms has effected how people land jobs...
  • #SmackTalkOnIce: NHL’s Twitter Twibe Skates into Hearts of Fans

    Most professional sports teams have Twitter Accounts for updates, promo information, ect. However, some of the teams in the NHL have become very engaged in communicating with fans as well as the Twitter accounts of other teams. These interactions show a side of professional hockey that is approachable, as...
  • Instagram and Teens: a Toxic Duo

    Instagram has become a popular app among teenagers and throughout the last few years it has increased the rate of cyberbullying. Instagram has also affected the teenagers mind in many different ways. One way is that when you are on social media websites they can alter the brain to...
  • Beme goes Boom With The King of Social Media, Casey Neistat

    Social media has evolved and boomed so much since the start of the century. More and more people are starting their own internet tech companies and some of those people are beginning to make money from various online platforms such as, YouTube. Casey Neistat started his success out in...
  • The #MLB Twibe: Can Twitter Help Save America’s Pastime?

    Baseball, a sport given the title of “America’s Pastime”, has seen declining youth interest and participation in the last decade. An article from Bloomberg emphasizes the trend, “Since 2007, according to data from the Sports & Industry Fitness Association, the number of kids from six to 12 years old...