When my family gets together over the holidays, we play a lot of games—card games, board games, sports, mental acuity games, just about anything. As my “kids” have grown into adulthood, I find myself struggling more and harder just to keep up. A great example is the well-known board game “Settl
Today’s college students appear much less enamored with “big business as usual” than their immediate predecessors. Students today are faced with a job market requiring nimbleness, as large corporations no long offer lifetime employment that Americans of the past experienced.
David Surdam doesn't think a seminar on ethics will transform an unethical person into an ethical person.
Most faculty members have spent 23-25 years in the classroom and could potentially impact their political views.
After forty years, Americans still seem to ascribe goodness with people with blue eyes (and blonde hair).
Let us not kid ourselves; the hackers and thieves are relentless and why shouldn't they be with the potential gains to be had.