- The cost of a University of California education, feeling welcomed on campus and whether academic records are strong enough. These were among the concerns raised by a group of 16 African American parents - educators, counselors, community college students - in a candid conversation with UC President Janet Napolitano.
- Frank Smith, Jr. emerged from a Mississippi jail and learned that he was wanted — by Uncle Sam. The 20-year-old civil rights worker had been locked up for three weeks in Greenwood for helping blacks register to vote. “After I was released from jail, I called my mother at home in Georgia to tell her I was okay,” said Smith, 73, of Washington, D.C. “She told me I had a draft notice to go to Vietnam.”
- There are ways to market your business even if you are short in cash. Small business owners often find difficulty in marketing their business. They usually find this task overwhelming especially if they are operating on a limited budget. Thankfully, however, there are now a number of ways by which small business owners can market their products and services on a shoestring budget. Here are some ideas that you may want to consider to accomplish your goal.
- Remember, when it was fun and a luxury to be able to leave someone a voice message. People would put half a song on their machine and you would enjoy the music. Those days are gone. Long gone. Even now when we leave a social message we are in a hurry and rushed to get the details of the message communicated because we have to move on to something just or more important. Unfortunately, sometimes we have to spend too much time trying to get the meaning of the message because people fail to organize their message and make it worthwhile for us to salvage the information without listening to the entire message from beginning to end just to retrieve the name and number of the caller.