It can be difficult, especially during childhood, to have a name that people find foreign and difficult to pronounce. This will change as time goes on and you grow to appreciate the history and culture represented by your name.
More Americans are living alone than ever before, large companies continue to hold on to cash, business schools are shutting down MBA programs, an increase in apprehensions at the southern border, and more.
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Wealthier billionaires, colleges tracking applicants, increase in hate crimes, the return of measles, and an explanation of the polar vortex sweeping the Midwest. Here are the top newsworthy items from this past week as shared on our Facebook page.
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The dust has settled and the new President of the United States will be Republican candidate, Donald Trump. This result left many Americans, as well as people across the world, dumbfounded. Even some Trump supporters did not believe their candidate could really win the…
The following was an email sent out to Rutgers University students. It discusses Governor Chris Christie’s proposal for a new state budget, in terms of higher education: New Jersey Governor Chris Christie yesterday proposed a $32.1 billion state budget for Fiscal Year 2012-13…
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