The Harcum College community is regularly involved in community service. In 2015, when the College marked their Centennial, they committed to 100 Acts of Service to celebrate. They exceeded their goal and have continued serving ever since. Read more about the many volunteer acts completed throughout the year at harcum.edu/harcumhelps. … [Read more...] about Harcum College Devotes Day Off to Community Service
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And she would crack down on anti-union “intimidation by state and local officials,” addressing recent cases in which those officials have injected themselves into organizing campaigns. Case in point: interference by Tennessee’s then-Gov. Bill Haslam in a United Auto Workers unionization drive at a Volkswagen plant in his state in 2014. Warren is a bit vague on how she would respond, beyond promising to “take every step possible to prevent federal resources from being used by state or local government to intimidate or coerce workers.” … [Read more...] about Column: Warren proposes the largest expansion of worker rights ‘since the New Deal’
Some critics even portray union gains as coming at the expense of students. They fault the union, the school board and Beutner for setting aside an opportunity to reshape an unsustainable status quo when it comes to the district’s long-term financial health. The danger, they say, is that the increasing cost of employee pensions, retiree healthcare and generous employee benefits will crowd out services to students. … [Read more...] about The teachers’ strike gripped LA for 6 days. A year later, what are the results?
What now? For Goodell, this won’t be a question of what’s the right or wrong way to punish Kraft. That’s a difficult question on its own, but given Goodell’s history and given the salacious nature of this scandal, you already know what he will try to do. Goodell will try to read the audience. He will try to minimize the damage of the public’s reaction, even though that’s a practice that rarely works. He will be as concerned with image as punishment. All the while, he won’t want to alienate Kraft and his allies. In essence, he has to seek permission from a variety of conflicting parties — including Kraft — just to make a decision that no one will like. Before he can fully assess the damage, Goodell is already trying to mitigate it. … [Read more...] about Brewer: In Robert Kraft case, Roger Goodell can’t win
Allan Zaremberg, president of the state Chamber of Commerce, says: “You don’t have to be a political genius to know that he is the only Republican who has any chance” of being elected governor. “There really isn’t anybody else who has the ability to raise money and run on a track record.” … [Read more...] about Column: Kevin Faulconer is the GOP’s best and only hope to regain ground in California