Students from around the country, inspired by the grassroots Occupy Wall Street movement, have taken the protests to their local campuses to make a positive change. “A lot of student ‘activists’ are doing fundraisers to send money to support the Japanese tsunami victims or the Americans devestated by hurricane flooding this fall,” said Teakwood College […]
by Cherie N. Freelance Writer Talks of a CEO-swap reality show for failing Fortune 500s is being shopped across major networks. Cue dramatic music as unemployment rises . . . The days of Carnegies and Rockefellers sipping un-endorsed cognac and building an economy worth the world’s envy are long gone. Trump toupee tropes and Kardashian […]
Sports journalists cheered yesterday when NCAA President Mark Emmert announced the results of Thursday’s vote to turn college football into an individual sport. “In a vote of 32 to one with one abstention, the NCAA has overwhelmingly shown its responsiveness to changes in today’s culture,” said Emmert. “Starting in three years, teams will consist of […]
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