Tag: Money

Desperate Justice: Varsity Rules for the Rich -Then the Rest of Us
News

Desperate Justice: Varsity Rules for the Rich -Then the Rest of Us

Is there a financial link between sports and education? By Terry Miller Last week, a colossal scandal involving ostentatious cheating, bribes and dishonesty made international news when a 204 page indictment came down. No, this time it wasn’t the White House or any part of that particularly perplexing and egregious ilk. This time, it was…

Career Corner: How Much Do You Make?
Columns

Career Corner: How Much Do You Make?

By Angela Copeland Have you ever been asked, “How much do you make?” in a job interview? This question usually shows up during the first phone call. You’ve applied online. The HR manager calls you. The conversation seems normal at first. They ask, “Why did you apply for this job?” and “Tell me about yourself.”…

Letter to Editor: How the Government is Wasting Taxpayer Money
Letters to the Editor

Letter to Editor: How the Government is Wasting Taxpayer Money

Dear Editor, A long, long time ago, in a land known as America, cities created municipal departments to serve the essential needs of the community in the most efficient way. The Police Department, Fire Department, and yes…even the Water Department were municipal not-for-profit necessities operated by a local municipality to efficiently serve public interests, convenience…

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