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Frances Tiafoe and the incoherence of universal representation

How many Black tennis players does the country need before commentators focus on Frances Tiafoe’s merit before analyzing his race? The No. 1 issue among some prominent news outlets seems to be that Black players are not proportionally represented in tennis. Tiafoe’s stellar performance in ...

Privatization of space includes broadband services

Although it was delayed, the launch of Artemis I has drawn renewed national attention to space travel. It is the first trip to the moon in 50 years, meaning nearly two generations of Americans have never seen a similar launch. The story led the news for days leading up to the initial August 29 ...

How I found my purpose during the Great Resignation

Last year was a historical period for millions of Americans. According to the Society for Human Resource Management, an average of 3.9 million people quit their job every month, adding up to a whopping 47.8 million workers. It’s a trend that may be here to stay as nearly 40 percent of the ...

More efficient payments today

The pandemic accelerated the digitization of business-to-business payments. We saw more companies moving off paper checks and paying more vendors electronically. We also saw wider adoption of technically advanced travel and expense cards and payment outsourcing. Companies pay their vendors in ...

Southern border is a crisis and disaster demanding action

The southern border has become a humanitarian disaster affecting the nation. This situation requires an immediate and effective federal response. While we can feel compassion for those seeking a better life, we must also recognize that unfettered access to this country is not compassionate as ...

Tears for a queen, tears for the past – and tears for ourselves

I have a feeling that with the burial of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle, a gallant and dutiful monarch has been laid to rest, but so has an empire. And millions have been given license to weep for her and for ourselves. The British summoned up centuries of history in a show ...