Gilded Silicon

AMP Staff

By Evan Meade Back in July, four Congressmen sent an open letter to Facebook asking them to halt development on their new “cryptocurrency” called Libra. The Representatives, all members of the U.S. House Committee on Financial Services, cited serious concerns relating to “privacy, trading, national security, and monetary policy.” They […]

A Back Alley CAFE

AMP Staff

On November 2, 2018, at the Davidson-Gundy Alumni Center, Dr. Hasan Pirkul, Dean of the Naveen Jindal School of Management, gave remarks to the gathered student and faculty attendees of the CAFÉ Fall Seminar: “Freedom and Prosperity in the U.S. and the World: How Are We Doing?” Dr. Pirkul spoke […]

Merry Cruzmas!

AMP Staff

Preparing for the Holidays in Ted’s Texas Season’s Greetings, fellow Texans! I should begin by sharing that I wanted to open this piece with “Merry Christmas!” but the PC Police at AMP forced their hippie-dippy inclusion on me with the threat of not publishing my article that, in its truest […]

Shopping for Sneaker Heads

AMP Staff

Christmas is just around the corner, which means it’s time to pay homage to Odin, the Wild Hunt, Modraniht, and the birth of Jesus Christ by giving gifts to our loved ones and being forced into awkward office Secret Santa exchanges. Sometimes, the ones we care about can be hard […]

Popping Across the Pacific

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The Rise of K-Pop in Response to the Death of American Pop As the year draws to a close, we need to address the seven-membered, brightly colored, tightly choreographed elephant in the room. That, of course, is the K-Pop group BTS, who was nigh inescapable in 2018 — appearing on […]