Although independents are often presumed to be free thinkers, not tied to a partisan agenda, the data indicates they are just uninformed. Published February 28 2013
Worrying trends toward "grade entitlement" should cause us to reflect on the values and motivations of our college students. Published February 23 2013
The troubled state of France's economy reveals a stunning parallel to the recent Les Mis movie. Published February 20 2013
With rising tuition costs sounding an alarm, some worry of an impending "burst" of the higher-education bubble. How do we stop it? Published February 18 2013
Despite his promises to reduce the deficit, the President proposed many new spending programs in Tuesday night's speech... Published February 14 2013
There is a lot that is similar between government under Reagan and government under Obama. It is the leader that is very different Published February 12 2013
Danny Huizinga is currently studying at Baylor University, pursuing three business majors in Economics, Finance, and Business Fellows with minors in mathematics and political science. Although originally from the Chicago area, he is a Texas resident.
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Mother’s Day is slipping in importance as a holiday. But it still outranks Father’s Day. Sorry, Dad.
Children and Youth Investment Trust Corporation are working oo add one more DC tradition to summer: The One City Summer Initiative.
Born in 1930 in rural Missouri, Charles Vandegriffe, Sr., brings his time and place to the Communities.
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In a world that is increasingly complex, we need to seek greater awareness of the blending of cultures and America's changing role in a global community.
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