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  • Accounting for your life: investing cash

    No matter how you look at it, life can be framed in terms of investments, whether in material possessions, intangible benefits, or other people. Our lives revolve around the idea of investing, even if it doesn’t seem like it: we invest our time into problem sets and studying for exams to get good grades, we invest our energy in indulging our passions and cultivating our interests, and we invest ou...

    Forum | September 23, 2019
  • Accounting for your life: growth

    Last time on Accounting for Your Life, we talked about the importance of saving, and some general guidelines on how to save. Even though we painted in very broad strokes, I hope that those principles at least gave you some food for thought and helped you start to think about how to reshape your views on spending and saving.

    Forum | September 16, 2019
  • Accounting for your life: tips for savings

    You hear it all the time, from everyone and from everywhere: saving money is important. You’re probably overwhelmed by the countless tips on how to save and how much to save, sometimes grappling with conflicting opinions.

    Forum | September 9, 2019
  • Accounting for your life

    In thinking about topics to tackle for the new year, the Tartan staff and I hit upon one that doesn’t get enough attention: personal finance.

    Forum | August 19, 2019
  • Scientists use Peltier element to cool object without energy

    Of the many things that we learn from our STEM education, there are a few that are as deeply ingrained as reflexes. We know, for instance, that the mitochondrion is the powerhouse of the cell, PV = nRT, nothing moves faster than the speed of light in a vacuum, and that the entropy of the universe is always increasing. We take such truths for granted as the foundations of countless experiments and ...

    SciTech | April 29, 2019