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  • Glastonbury Author, Consultant Prodding Young Professionals To Get A Job -- Overseas

    Glastonbury Author, Consultant Prodding Young Professionals To Get A Job -- Overseas
    Stacie Berdan left the corporate whirl five years ago to write and proselytize about importance of preparing to join a global workplace. Berdan began her career at Burson-Marsteller, the large international public relations agency. After volunteering...
  • A deepening disconnect

    A deepening disconnect
    Given that the country is facing huge problems and still digging out from the worst financial crisis since the Depression, some might expect that the seemingly endless debates and breathless saturation of media coverage of it all would converge into a...
  • Red carpet fashion statements

    Red carpet fashion statements
    With a lifetime of red carpet misses ranging from uncomfortably busty Guinevere gowns to something reminiscent of Grandma's doily tablecloth, Disney princess Miley Cyrus hasn't exactly been fashion It Girl material. Until now. The sleek and chic...
  • Gansler urged not to sign foreclosure settlement

    As state attorneys general across the country consider whether to settle with big banks over shoddy and illegal foreclosure practices, some Marylanders are urging Douglas F. Gansler not to sign on the dotted line. Their efforts are part of a nationwide...
  • Lame College Town? What do students think?

    Lame College Town? What do students think?
    Notre Dame students apparently are not giving South Bend high grades when it comes to being a cool college town. The Princeton Review ranked Notre Dame number 5 out of 20 College Towns Not So Great. Princeton Review is an education services company....
  • Can sanity return from exile when it comes to Iran?

    Can sanity return from exile when it comes to Iran?
    Bomb bomb bomb, bomb bomb Iran ... Or as Mitt Romney put it, playing the irresponsible-lunatic game convincingly enough to become the leading Republican presidential candidate: "If we re-elect Barack Obama, Iran will have a nuclear weapon." The...
  • Small Wonders: Sick-day musings gleaned from computer

    As a tight knit family in a tight-fit house — four people, three ladies, two bedrooms, one bath, no space — we share everything. Besides my T-shirts, the most intimate thing we share is germs. So when Thing 1 and Thing 2 came home with a...
  • Can you match Obama super PAC headline to website that ran it?

    President Barack Obama, who has denounced the influence of super PACs, has given his surrogates the go-ahead to help raise money for a super PAC that backs him. Various websites reacted to that news in various ways. Can you match them up? The headlines:...
  • 'Zaching' catching on at Maryland and abroad

    'Zaching' catching on at Maryland and abroad
    Torrey Smith’s doing it. Dane Cook’s doing it. Your esteemed representatives in the Maryland House of Delegates are probably doing it, too.  “Zaching,” Zach Lederer’s defiant strongman pose in the face of two brain tumors...
  • Andrew Breitbart dies at 43; conservative Internet entrepreneur who took on the left

    Andrew Breitbart dies at 43; conservative Internet entrepreneur who took on the left
    Andrew Breitbart, the pugnacious, conservative Internet entrepreneur who took on the left and what he called the "media bully cabal" with a series of exposes that were explosive and sometimes flawed, died early Thursday after collapsing near his home in...
  • Seeing Stars: Music programs are changing the tune for students

    Seeing Stars: Music programs are changing the tune for students
    Some of my favorite stories as a freelance reporter are those about how music and arts programs make a positive difference in young students' lives. The idea that we wouldn't balance music and art with academics in education is sinful to me. There are...