Yoko Ono is the latest famous face to bring awareness to the growing problem of childhood hunger in the US. Read more and tell me about your personal experiences with hunger here.
Online education continues to evolve and change. Schools and programs served online have been around for over two decades. Perception also has been on the move. Over 30 percent of students in higher education take online classes now.
Some online students are extremely loyal to their schools, as comments from uber-loyal Capella University students. There was an uproar when we wrote earlier about Capella’s decision to stay out of the U.S. News ranking of online schools. Is this loyalty reflective of broader sentiments about online education?
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In an economy stalled at 9% unemployment for the third straight month, is entrepreneurship the way forward?
Since the recession started Americans trust Obama’s policies less and less.
I’ve been down to Zuccotti Park a few times, but I’m curious for your thoughts on Occupy Wall Street.
A few weeks ago, two unpaid interns challenged the status quo of the film industry by suing Fox Searchlight Pictures. The men, who worked on the movie Black Swan, argued that Fox failed to provide the necessary educational experience to justify not paying their interns. As more for-profit companies get in on the act of offering only unpaid internships, we have to ask: is this fair?
In the modern journalism industry, often the print journalist is asked to photograph and the photographer is asked to write. The crossover between the two mediums has been expedited and simplified with the rise of modern technology and now we see both trained journalists and citizen journalists using mobile devices to report and distribute news.
But is this causing photographs in the news to suffer without the proper training to make good images or grow with the expanded accessibility? Is the value of good images being undermined or supported by the use of modern technology and the abandonment of the trained photojournalist?
The tuition raise is a problem that every student has been facing. Please fill out this survey and let me know your opinion.