The 2024 Presidential Election is fast approaching. As the incumbent, Joe Biden has a decided historical advantage. Nonetheless, he faces an abysmal approval rating due to issues like a cost-of-living crisis. Moreover, Biden’s response to the Israel-Palestine conflict has devastated his support among Arab and Muslim… Read More »Virginia’s 2023 Elections: A Preview for 2024?
Fact or Fiction (FoF) is a series where I tackle popular internet narratives and use data analytics to check if they’re true. If you’re like me and spend a lot of time on Reddit, you’ve probably noticed a series of common patterns and narratives about certain… Read More »Do Muslim countries pull their weight to aid Palestine?
The past week in the Middle East has been devastating. In fact, to describe it as devastating might be an understatement. The Israel-Palestine conflict has escalated in a way that we haven’t seen in a long time. I will refrain from delving further into an explanation… Read More »Israel, Palestine, and U.S. Aid
Book Bans, they’re so hot right now. All across America, special interest groups have frothed themselves into a frenzy about “problematic” books in School Libraries that are poisoning our nation’s youth. They’ve embarked on a crusade to target and ban these books wherever they can.… Read More »Antisemitism, Homophobia & Racism — Hanover County’s Book Ban
On Tuesday, The University of Connecticut Men’s basketball team capped off a captivating championship run with a dominant 17-point victory over San Diego State. All tournament long, UConn has seemed unstoppable. Their “closest” game came in the Final Four when they defeated Miami by 13… Read More »UConn’s historically dominant championship run
Another year, another March Madness. As we scramble to fill out our yearly brackets, it’s important to keep injuries in mind. After all, a 2-Seed that lost its starting forward in the conference tournament may be less intimidating than a fully healthy 3-Seed on a… Read More »Which March Madness Teams are Most Injured?
As the 2022-23 NBA All Star Weekend wraps up, NBA fans are starting to turn their attention towards the playoffs. Naturally, all eyes are currently on the Los Angeles Lakers. After all, they are by far the most popular team in the NBA, and they… Read More »It might be too late for the Lakers
Note: This article is longer than usual, so I’ve included a small Table of Contents below: Introduction Tweets Since Acquisition Time Trends When Does Elon Tweet? Time Spent Tweeting Elon vs. AOC Final Thoughts and Takeaways Image gallery with all charts and figures Introduction… Read More »Elon Musk Probably Tweets Too Much
Over the last few days, the four D1 Men’s College Basketball teams in the state of Rhode Island have been facing off against each other. In this period, Brown University in particular has gone 2-0 against their in-state rivals by defeating Bryant and Rhode Island.… Read More »The Best Basketball Team in Rhode Island
With the conclusion of the 2022 elections, this tool is now defunct. Thanks to everyone who looked at it and gave positive feedback! Has election night got you stressed? Today I designed a tool that imports live election data from the New York Times, and allows… Read More »2022 House Election Tool