Keith Reid-Cleveland is a Chicago-based writer who creates content about technology, higher education, entertainment, nerd content, politics, and sports.
When someone needs to buy a car, taking it for a test drive is often the best way to get a feel for it.
But when a car dealer is looking to buy dozens of used cars for their lots, it simply won’t cut it.
In 2019, an estimated 40.4 million used cars were sold, according to Edmunds.com, a number that most likely broke the previous year’s record. And while a typical driver may be content driving off the lot in their recently-purchased used car, they probably don’t realize there’s a vast and comp...
Stacy Mauro’s introduction to Honey sounds like it was stolen straight out of a Hollywood screenplay.
In early 2019, she was sitting in a coffee shop with a coworker, talking about her desire to be part of a company with a mission she could really get behind. During her conversation, a nearby Honey employee who was working remotely overheard the conversation and let Mauro know that Honey might be exactly what she was looking for.
“From that moment on, and throughout my entire interview proces...
In September 2015, millions of Snapchat users were captivated by a new feature: Lenses. Gone were the days of normal selfies — users could now take selfies with animated facial features and, most notably, open their mouths to see a flowing rainbow waterfall.
Little did they know they were taking part in the first commercial wave of augmented reality integration.
Certain locations can play such an integral role in a business that their names represent an entire industry.
The stock market has Wall Street. The entertainment industry has Hollywood and Broadway. Lobbyists even have K Street in Washington D.C.
When it comes to venture capital and private equity firms, there’s Sand Hill Road. This stretch of roadway serves as the home to firms that have funded some of the largest tech companies in the market. Considered the “Wall Street of the West Coast,” ...
Haiti is considered to be the single poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, with, as of 2018, more than 6 million people living in poverty. As a result, the country has become a focus area for charity efforts.
So when Danny Anderson, a pastor of Emmanuel Church in Greenwood, Indiana, visited the country in 2017 and stumbled upon an orphanage where 29 children were eating only two meals a week, he knew his congregation back home could help.
In May 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court ushered in a new age of sports betting by striking down a federal law that banned the practice. Almost overnight, an era of bettors placing wagers with under-the-table bookies or making bets during business trips to Las Vegas ended.
The College Programming Office recruited UChicago Creative to produce videos that could help teach upperclassmen and recent graduates how to prepare for adulthood in a series of videos. The videos focused on financial literacy, job benefits, and apartment hunting, respectively.
By Keith Reid-Cleveland
If you’re in your twenties or thirties and grew up on anime, chances are you’re familiar with Yoshihiro Togashi’s Yu Yu Hakusho. More than 20 years since its original release, it continues to remain a fan-favorite series packed with relatable character arcs and expertly-choreographed fight scenes.
Yu Yu Hakusho follows the adventures of teenager Yusuke Urameshi, who is brought back from the dead to fight hordes of dangerous demons and protect the living world. But this...
Repairing strained relationships takes work, but the rewards repay that work many times over
The Kovler Diabetes Center reached out to UChicago Creative to create an overview brochure that showcased their world-defining research into diabetes and related subjects.
During the creative process, I had the pleasure of interviewing staff members to craft profiles about their work.
The cover of 1970's 'Black Lightning' comic book No...