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Stocks of the Week

Stocks of the Week

George Merkt, Contributor October 5, 2022

Welcome back, everyone. In this week's column, I will be detailing and discussing three stock picks that I believe are strong fades or calls. As always, disclaimer, this is not financial advice, I am not...

Is All the Dinkytown Construction Worth It?

Ty Cimaglio, Contributor September 21, 2022

I can barely remember a time when Dinkytown wasn’t buried beneath a sea of construction sounds and debris. It was the first semester of my freshman year. Opportunity was ripe and with the ability to...

The Great Stock Market Crash Of 2022. Will We Ever Recover?

The Great Stock Market Crash Of 2022. Will We Ever Recover?

Jace Goudreau, Contributor February 19, 2022

2021 wasn’t the best year for tech or crypto investors by any means. Many long term investors saw great losses while shorts made a fortune. As for 2022, it seems as if we are on a similar trajectory....

President Biden and Twin Metals Face Off in the Boundary Waters

President Biden and Twin Metals Face Off in the Boundary Waters

Jack Radomski, Editor November 1, 2021

Fresh off the fight over Enbridge Line 3, there is another one occurring in the Land of 10,000 Lakes. This time, the battleground is Northeastern Minnesota and the players are the Biden administration...

Crypto in Crisis, El Salvador

John Quinlan, Writer September 15, 2021

Cryptocurrency has skyrocketed in popularity over the past few years, and it has gained more formality as large institutions begin to use it. Advocates for the use of crypto reached a major milestone on...

White Hot Housing Market

White Hot Housing Market

John Quinlan, Contributor April 21, 2021

Looking to buy a home? It might be much harder than you think. Record low interest rates from the Coronavirus pandemic has sent the nation’s real estate market into a frenzy. With low levels of homebuilding...

Bidens $1.9 Billion Spending Spree

Biden’s $1.9 Billion Spending Spree

Max Fagan, Contributor March 24, 2021

President Biden’s $1.9 trillion dollar stimulus package was announced on January 14, and it includes larger stimulus checks, this time more focused toward the hungry, the unemployed, and people who are...

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Tim Pawlenty speaks on The Future of the Republican Party

Max Fagan, Contributor March 24, 2021

Former Governor of Minnesota Tim Pawlenty spoke about the future of the Republican Party on Tuesday, March 9, in a Center for the Study of Politics and Governance online event at the University of Minnesota. Elected...

Bidens Tax Plan

Biden’s Tax Plan

John Quinlan, Contributor March 24, 2021

With the promised Covid relief stimulus package passed, President Joe Biden and his administration will likely turn their attention to reforming the tax system. With a split senate and influential moderates...

Investing in the Gold Mine?

Investing in the Gold Mine?

Drew Pellin, Contributor February 24, 2021

There is still a lot of speculation surrounding cryptocurrencies value in the market as skeptics still believe that cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin have no intrinsic value in the world. This past week,...

End SARS; the viral Twitter movement from nigeria

End SARS; the viral Twitter movement from nigeria

Jaden Welborn, Author November 20, 2020

Social media platforms like Twitter and Instagram carry the torch in advocating for social justice; attempting to bring attention to and reprimand disparate treatment and societal inequalities. Instagram...

Stock Market Implications Ahead of the Election

Stock Market Implications Ahead of the Election

John Quinlan, Contrbutor October 24, 2020

The upcoming Presidential Election comes with many uncertainties for the future, including its impact on the stock market. Each candidate's economic policies undoubtedly will determine the direction of...

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