by Con Chapman Lifestyles Editor NORTHAMPTON, Mass. The dismal level to which feminism has sunk in the public’s estimation is evident here, where the nation’s second department of Women’s Studies was founded at Sarah Baldwin College in 1971. “San Diego State beat us to the finish line,” says Ariel Winter-Smythe, a writing instructor, “but we […]
by Irma Pelt Senior Staff Writer Haupine University announced plans last week to eliminate mental health and cognitive psychological services from its employee benefit package effective immediately. \”This does not undermine the importance of mental health and wellness,\” said Brantley Peppers, Human Resources Director at Haupine. \”I think you\’ll find that our new plan supports […]
BOROUGH SWANSEA, Pa. Doug Dickerman was a man who seemed to have it all; a good job, two kids out of college and a wife, Meg, who tolerated his tendency to defer life’s pleasures. “He’d never completely unplug on vacation,” she says, growing wistful. “I’d make him put his cell phone on vibrate when he […]
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