Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Auburn offers junior college All-American PG Ricky Torres Auburn has extended a scholarship offer to one of the nation’s best junior college guards in the hope of adding him to its 2018-19 perimeter depth. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Subscribe Today Log In Subscribed, but don't have a login? Activate your digital access. Matthew Stevens, Montgomery Advertiser Published 2:34 p.m. CT April 20, 2018 | Updated 2:38 p.m. CT April 20, 2018 CLOSE Auburn head coach Bruce Pearl after 84-53 loss to Clemson in NCAA Tournament. Matthew Stevens CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN COMMENT EMAIL MORE … [Read more...] about Auburn offers junior college All-American PG Ricky Torres
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Photo Provided Retiring from West Virginia Northern Community College after the current semester, from left, are nursing professor Donna Hans, nursing director Linda Shelek and nursing professor Rita Berry. Nursing director Linda Shelek and three other nursing professors from West Virginia Northern Community College are taking the next step in their lives by hanging up their white hats. Nursing professors Rita Berry and Donna Hans will be retiring from the Wheeling campus this semester, in addition to Shelek, director of nursing at the Wheeling campus. Jeanne Ann Vanfossan, professor of nursing at the Weirton campus, will be retiring as well. Among the four educators, they have graduated about 1,500 nursing students and have a combined 115 years of experience. “You can only do this if you have a passion for it. You either have it or you don’t,” Berry, who has been with the college for 30 years, said. Shelek graduated from Northern in 1980 and has worked at the … [Read more...] about West Virginia Northern Community College Professors Preparing for RetirementCOMMENTSCommunityWheeling Police ReportsBrooke High School Students Turn Peeps Into ArtworkAdena Has End of Work On Bridge in Its SightsWVU Medicine Reynolds Memorial Hospital in Glen Dale Celebrates Donate Life MonthGrow Ohio Valley Cultivating New Talent in WheelingPolice ReportsBusch Pockets VictoryKim Is Ready To Discuss NukesGorsuch Completes First Year On CourtTaillon Throws A One-HitterThe Health Plan Issues Ogden Half Marathon Challenge in WheelingWest Virginia Northern Community College Professors Preparing for RetirementNewsletter
INSIDE THE STRATEGY: --“GOP advice on Medicare: Attack,” by Emily Schultheis, with James Hohmann: “Republican strategists believe that there is really only one way to win the Medicare message wars: mount a bruising offense and attack Democrats for their own actions surrounding the popular federal health care program for senior citizens. … Medicare ‘is not the ace up the sleeve [for Democrats] that it has been in previous elections,’ argued Luke Frans, the executive director of the GOP polling firm Resurgent Republic. ‘We can get it to the point where it’s a competitive policy debate.’ … A Romney campaign aide [said] voters know Medicare is in serious financial trouble and understand the stakes if the program isn’t reformed. Boston plans to highlight how Obama’s proposals don’t address how to deal with the impending Medicare funding crisis. … Story Continued Below “A memo … from the … [Read more...] about 9 days to GOP convention, 80 days to election — MEDICARE ADVANTAGE: Paul Ryan appears with his Mom, 78, in Fla. today — Econ. team (and alumni) b’day trifecta: Geithner, Furman, Goolsbee
Last Updated Jul 22, 2011 10:46 AM EDT Last in a series on college kids and money, based on an interview with Stephen Seaward, an expert in financial education. Find part one here, part two here and part three here. Debt from student loans and credit cards is the biggest part of what gets college kids into financial troubles they may not shake for decades. Yet this debt doesn't just magically appear, and it doesn't have to get out of hand. The core problem is most students' poor skills when it comes to debt management, which is not taught in high school and usually not taught well at home. "So there's a lot of irresponsible spending that goes on," says Stephen Seaward, director of career development at St. Joseph's College in West Hartford, CT. "Kids are using credit cards to fund entertainment. They are taking out student loans to buy cars. I see students walking around campus with an iPhone. Do they really need an iPhone?" Not surprisingly, in Seaward's view (and that of many money … [Read more...] about Abusing Student Loans and 11 Other College Money Mistakes