Author: Henry Hodge

An Egg Named Eugene and a Socially-Conscious Internet Record

Last month, I received a funny and unexpected Instagram Direct Message. One of my friends sent me the link to an account titled @world_record_egg. At the time, the account had only one picture, a single brown egg with a white background. The caption below the picture reads: “Let’s set a world record together and get… Read more »

The Rise of Investment Apps: Why Young Investors Should Be Excited

Recently, when a good friend of mine, Milo, told me that he needed to sell stock to get a haircut, I was intrigued. Upon asking Milo why, I found out that he had invested almost the entirety of his savings into an app on his iPhone. Although he had kept some money in his bank… Read more »

The College Cultural Allowance

This past fall, 12.6 million full-time students, approximately 1.9 percent of the population, were expected to attend colleges and universities across the United States. This group is comprised of the most curious and intellectually engaged individuals in the United States; college-aged students are interested in the surrounding world and are actively seeking out new knowledge…. Read more »