Dear December graduates, congratulations! As a December graduate myself, I would like to share a few pieces of advice to help you transition into your next phase of life.
On February 5–6, AEI's Values & Capitalism Project and Colorado Christian University will host the 2016 AEI-CCU Values & Capitalism Invitational Tournament at the Mayflower Renaissance Hotel in downtown Washington, DC. This unique tournament will draw upon...
When you try something and discover you don’t love it or aren’t as good at is as you thought, you learn more about yourself than by just sitting around and thinking about it.
For as much as times of uncertainty produce error, they also drive creativity. Realizing the upside of ambiguity is an important part of making the most of our modern era.
So how in the world do we wrangle all of our diverse interests into a career? How do I choose when I could easily see myself as an astronomer or an interior designer or a marketer or a small business owner?
Tools like prepaid debit cards present one of the best options for bridging the gap between financial exclusion and full participation in our 21st century economy. These tools—and all the innovations which have the potential to make them even better—should be fostered through entrepreneurship, thoughtful policy, and education for those caught in a deep cycle of poverty.
Vocation is not just a fancy Christian-ese word for “career.” It comes from the same root word for “vocal” or “advocacy,” which makes sense, as we often use the word “calling” interchangeably. God is calling us to do something.
We are in a time of heightened political correctness which is beginning to disturb many in the academy and the wider public. Political correctness is not a new phenomenon, but it largely subsided for the first decade of the 2000s before returning with a vengeance in the last few years.
we must not become a people who are willing to trade anything for safety. No matter how hard we try, complete safety is a farce, and many of the things that we might trade away are too valuable to give up. In some respects, our way of life is as precious as life itself.