Jeong H. Kim speaks about his entrepreneurial journey

The DeBaun Auditorium was packed. Students, faculty, and parents filled the seats awaiting the next entry in the Thomas H. Scholl Lecture by Visiting Entrepreneurs. The lecture, titled, “What I’ve Learned From the Entrepreneurial Journey” was a collection of Jeong H. Kim’s takeaways from his experience founding two startups, Yurie Systems and Kiswe Mobile Inc. From…

Is our existence a fluke?

Are we special or unique? Are we, as advanced, thinking beings, at all significant? These and more were powerful questions posed by Dr. Caleb Scharf, director of the Astrobiology Center at Columbia University. Dr. Scharf has a Ph. D from Cambridge University, and has worked with NASA, consulted for the Discovery and Science channels, authored multiple…

Back to Mordor

Many publishers attempt to make video game adaptations of other fictional works. As far as I am concerned, most of those games are poor attempts from developers to capitalize the market, and the products are fairly mediocre, and even laughable. However, once in a while, great games emerge from the crowd. A recent example would…