Disaggregating Data: Passing the State House Bill

“I promise you you’ve never seen this many people from Asian ethnicities at the statehouse ever.” Representative Tackey Chan, a Democrat from Quincy, pointed this out in his testimony in support of House Bill 3361 on January 30. The auditorium behind him was packed and there was an hours-long line out the door. Members of

A Businessman’s Guide to the Galaxy

On September 1, photos of the fireball that was once SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket splashed across the front pages of newspapers across the nation. For the first time in recent years, the public’s attention was turned toward outer space, and this time, NASA was not the center of attention. Instead, the public eye turned toward

Museum Redesigned: The Cooper Hewitt Experience

There is an imposing brick mansion on Manhattan’s Upper East Side set back behind a tall fence and across the street from Central Park. The building is 116 years old, but the museum is one of the most gadget-filled I’ve been to. I visited the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum on my own one afternoon

In Olympics, Few Winners: Contesting Boston 2024

Touting its collegiate strength and ease of travel, Boston is hoping to become the seventh U.S. city to host the Olympic Games. On January 8, Boston was chosen by the U.S. Olympic Committee as its candidate for the 2024 Summer Olympics, bringing the city one step closer to that goal. If Boston did in fact