Being a co-conspirator brand The first example is a new film created by two of the first members of the Captains, Harvard University students James Mathew and Ifeoma “Ify” White-Thorpe. Stollak reached out to them in January after seeing how their election campaign video went viral. White-Thorpe and Mathew worked with Converse to shape the All Stars and Captains program, and are now marketing fellows at the company. The new Converse brand film was written by White-Thorpe, directed by Leo Aguirre, with music by Mathew and his brother Phillip. … [Read more...] about Kamala Harris made a splash in Converse. Can the company keep the magic going?
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Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) and Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) face off in a crucial game for both teams in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020. While RCB have a chance to secure their playoff spot with a win, the situation is much more precarious: a loss knocks them out of the competition. … [Read more...] about IPL 2020: Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) vs Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) live score and ball-by-ball commentary
Delete extraneous information from your résumé and keep results that matter in the job you hope to land. If possible, reference your achievements right before or during the COVID-19 pandemic. Did you increase revenue, decrease time, decrease cost, increase satisfaction? Show the problem, the action you took, and the result. This is what interviewers want to talk about at job fairs. They will give you a problem they face, and you should show how you would approach the solution so that you can indeed solve that problem. … [Read more...] about This is how to ace an interview at a virtual job fair
Oversight, not banishment Though the TikTok and WeChat apps do raise some concerns, it is not apparent that cause exists to ban them. The issues could be solved through better oversight and the enactment of privacy laws that could otherwise benefit Americans. … [Read more...] about The U.S. has lots to lose and little to gain from banning TikTok and WeChat
Things started to change in the 18th century, as the Industrial Revolution yanked millions of people away from the agricultural economy and into a future marked by factories, railroads, and crowded, burgeoning cities. For the first time in history, young people could imagine their lives unfolding differently from what their parents and grandparents had experienced; for the first time, masses of people could move easily from one place to another, and away from the communities that had once defined them. Land was no longer so important once industry emerged, and children no longer so crucial. And as these changes rippled through society, norms of love and marriage began to shift as well. Young people could find each other outside the confines of their village and beyond the prying eyes of their elders. They could support themselves independently and live in smaller units, what we now think of as the nuclear family. They could afford to fall in love, and to build a new narrative of … [Read more...] about Love in the time of Zoom: Why we’re in the midst of a dating revolution