Taweh Beysolow is a Young Voices Advocate and has published articles with the Washington Times Communities on economics and domestic politics. He has interned as a proprietary stock trader at T3 Trading in the financial district in Manhattan, NY. In addition to his academic studies within the school, he currently is starting to compile research in the field of economics with the intention of submitting it for publication.
Taweh has studied with NY Philharmonic bass clarinetist Amy Zoloto as well as esteemed recording artist Lawrence Sobol, as well as performed with the New York Youth Symphony. He works extensively with student groups in the NYC Metropolitan area while pursuing a degree in Economics at St. John’s University.
The Western world is slowly discovering that many of the Muslim extremists in ISIS were born on its own turf, in countries such as France, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
As the spring semester rolls around, college graduates will be thrust into the workforce. With their pedigree from a fine institution of higher learning, and economy ready to receive them, they will surely be able to find employment! The American Dream, a beautiful one at that. Too bad it really won’t apply to most graduates.