Posted by Mike Ramey on October 30, 2019 at 9:22pm
There have been a host of negative and nasty events surfacing against many colleges and universities of late. Thus, it has become imperative for parents to not only secure the right college for their children, but to make sure that any possible lasting debt associated with a college degree is minimized.
Have heart dear parent and student as help is on the way! There are remedies and avenues out on the horizon where one can enter college or university and exit with a degree…and no stagger
I might get into a little trouble with this month’s column, but it is an overdue subject concerning women and coaching. I realize that there may be some that think that my column is a little one dimensional. Believe me, there are three dimensions when I put keys down to electronic paper. So, I warn you in advance…get out the smelling salts.
Women SHOULD be coaches, too! However, the need is for women to coach OTHER women, more than men, and vice versa. There are certain things that ONLY
Excerpt: "The death of Judge Sheila Abdus-Salaam, the first African-American woman to serve on New York state's highest court, has been ruled a suicide, the office of New York city's medical examiner said in a statement Wednesday.
Abdus-Salaam died from drowning in the Hudson River, the statement said.
Friends and colleagues described the judge as a trailblazer and pioneer.
For a basic introduction to a proactive approach to personal finance, I highlyrecommend 10 Things College Students Need to Know About Money by Shay Olivarria.
LeShelle A.Smith | I have been sitting on this book, waiting for the right time to post my book review and after seeing the extravagance my people exercise during prom season, this seemed like the perfect opportunity to reign some folks back into reality.
Stuntin’ on social media is not what’s hot. Real rap. My vernacular may be dated, so
A voter/citizen of the USA expressed that he is aware that this election is a train wreck but wants to be able to say "at least I tried".
My response. ....
If you are in a sinking boat because it was poorly constructed, to say you tried to save it by using a small bucket to dunk the water instead of a huge one, still doesn't stop the boat from sinking. It's time for a new boat!
The American voter is in a codependent relationship with an abusive government. The American voter is an enabler to its ab
Express Employment Professionals released new survey results today revealing the most employable college majors. Engineering was the most popular response at 17 percent, followed by accounting (15 percent), business (14 percent) and computer and information services (nine percent).
Express Employment Professionals released new survey results today revealing the most employable college majors.
The findings come from a survey of 134 Express franchisees across the nation. Respondents were asked, “W
Deciding if and when to go to college is one of the first major life choices you must make when you graduate from high school. Before you invest 4 years of time and a whole lot of money you need to know what constitutes a successful outcome after getting your degree. The following simple chart shows two life paths:
A) Going to college for 4 years;
B) Working for 4 years
Your success is based on what you learn during those 4 years, how much debt or savings you accumulate, and what your job prospec
I’m going to start this off with a quote from Dr. Divine Pryor. It’s so heavy I didn’t want to leave it to the end of this article:
“For the past seven years, The Center for NU Leadership on Urban Solutions has successfully created opportunities for people entangled in the law to access higher education as a way to transforming their lives. Our attempt to secure a multi-million dollar grant was only an effort to formalize what we have been doing informally over the past seve
"I believe the ability to think is blessed. If you can think about a situation, you can deal with it. The big struggle is to keep your head clear enough to think." -Richard Pryor
The Midwest is flat. And it's hard to think in a flat place, where life is two dimensional, where people have width and length and no depth, where when you fly in from the 3-D world you tend to feel a moment of panic above the runway gazing out of the cabin porthole at surrounding fields, roads, and distant horizon beneat
Coursework writing is really not a peanut as I took it in the beginning when I was assigned a college coursework. It was really tough to find coursework help, even online coursework help. But you know internet is a magical world, sooner or later you come to the right place. So did I when I started searching online coursework help. But it took a lot of time of mine to find the exact material for writing my college coursework.It is very essential to have the correct guidelines for writing GCSE couRead more…