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Love blossomed between Douglas Smith '09 and his fiance Kathan Teepe '09 over shared composting duties in the Sustainability House they lived in during college. Less of a Split Among Voters Philadelphia Inquirer December 29, 2009 Kunkel Professor of Government Joseph Karlesky and Director of the Floyd Institute's Center for Opinion Research Berwood Yost write that the partisanship on health-care reform between Republicans and Democrats in Congress is much more intense than it is among voters themselves. Return of the Greeks Inside Higher Ed December 22, 2009 In the years that have passed since fraternities and ...
Peter Goldmark has placed a life long emphasis on agriculture, science, education, and public service. His primary career experience includes ranching in Eastern Washington; over thirty years of volunteering to fighting wildland fires ; and a PhD in molecular biology. He has published papers in national and international scientific journals on plant molecular genetics and currently runs a wheat breeding program for crop improvement. 1 In 2008, Goldmark won the election for Commissioner of Public Lands (head of the Washington Department of Natural Resources ) against incumbent Doug Sutherland in a tightly contested race. The ...
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The Penn Center for Patient Safety and Advocacy receives check ...
1. The Philadelphia Antiques Show check presentation and cocktail reception took place at the home of Matt and Anne Hamilton. Guests enjoyed cocktails and butlered hors d’oeuvres provided by Culinary Concepts followed by remarks and the check presentation. University of Pennsylvania Health System’s CEO Ralph Muller (left) chatted with Ric Letourneau of Crothall, Corey DiLuciano of Morrison’s and Haverford Vice-President and Portfolio Manager, Patrick Hoyer, at the reception. 2. Haverford Chairman and CEO Joseph McLaughlin Jr. (left) was pictured with antiques dealer Skip Chalfont, host Anne Hamilton and ... market research, surveys and trends
dining services cuts back on food, waste, labor
About two decades ago, one Haverford student wanted a stir-fry bar. John Francone, Haverford’s Director of Dining Services, told the student to come in and prepare the food. And he did. "He says to me, ‘John, I missed all my classes,’" Francone recalled. Francone replied, "Now you realize the prep we need for these events." After that, there were stir-fries once a week, and that eventually became Pastabilities, Haverford’s Friday dinner stir-fry pasta treat. Now, however, Haverford no longer has Pastabilities every Friday. It has become a semi-monthly event, just one of many Dining Services cutbacks ... market research, surveys and trends

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Building for the Arts
As plans advance to enhance the arts at Haverford, we look at how some peer institutions feature the arts to advantage. Haverford’s campus master plan foresees the eventual construction of a comprehensive arts facility, and both outgoing President Tom Tritton and the College Planning Committee are invested in making elevation of Haverford arts a strategic priority here. (See “Haverford Art,” Haverford Alumni Magazine, Summer 2003.) To that end, an ad hoc working group on the arts created by the College Planning Committee spent last year ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Bank CEO eyes challenges
Stephen Rownd, the chairman and CEO of Green Bankshares, sits in his office Wednesday. Rownd, who took the reins March 31, said the Greeneville-based bank’s biggest challenge is credit quality. GREENEVILLE — Nearly three decades ago, Stephen Rownd took a big pay cut when he ditched his job as a tugboat tankerman and got into banking. The move paid off, though — these days he’s in the captain’s chair at one of Tennessee’s largest home-grown lenders. Rownd, 51, took over in March as chairman and CEO of Green Bankshares, the Greeneville-based company that has more than 60 branches, mainly in Middle and East Tennessee. And while it ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
The US Economy is Falling. Towards another Credit Collapse?
The Fed says US unemployment is likely to stay high for a long time, and that justifies zero interest rates indefinitely. The June Chicago Purchasing Managers Index was 59.1 vs. 59.7 in May. The employment component rose to 54.2 from 49.2 in May. New orders fell to 59.1 from 62.7. Homebuilder Lennar is cutting new home prices 15% as new orders fell 10%. KB Builders said new orders fell 23%, as new home sales fell 32%. The MBA Purchasing Applications Index fell another 3.8% week-on-week and was 36% lower year-on-year. The housing market is in serious freefall with builders scheduled to increase units by 535,000 this ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Congressman Sestak Hosts Education and Economy Summit ...
Morton, PA – Since taking office, Congressman Joe Sestak (PA-07) has held nine summits and Congressional hearings in his District on the subjects of economic and educational security.  Chairman George Miller of the Education and Labor Committee, and Chairwoman Nadia Velasquez Chair of the House Small Business Committee attended two of the first summits. The objective of each summit is to engage interested, knowledgeable citizens in detailed discussions to support the Congressman’s ability to draft and vote on economic and educational legislation to positively affect our District.  For example, an amendment ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
The Haverford Bargain
The rising cost of a college education, especially at highly selective institutions such as Haverford, is much in the news these days. Two years ago a critical series in the Philadelphia Inquirer, "Higher Education: How High the Price," invited readers to complete the title with an exclamation point rather than a question mark. Last year the headline of an article in Time screamed "Why Colleges Cost Too Much" in inch-high bold letters and targeted the University of Pennsylvania as an example of a profligate abuser of ...
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Why are homes so cheap in pennsylvania and so expensive in jersey ...
when my family last summer was goin to hershey park we were on this one road and saw this new devlopment being built and we saw this one house that was bigger than our jersey house (the one i live in) that is now worth 750,000 by like 1 room. this house was going for 250,000! it was insane. in 98 when my dad bought the house it was 310,000 i mean goddamn! why are the houses out there so low? house prices are governed by economy in a particular area. Yes you can buy a house there at 1/3rd the price- but the jobs in the area pay 1/3rd the salary. PA is not the only place that this holds true- go about the same distance into ...
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I am working on a fundraiser that includes baskets of items along with art as part of their silent auction offerings. It is getting so you see the same thing auctioned at every fundraiser around town. So, we are looking for some new ideas. We are currently seeing lots of baskets built around products produced by local companies, "favorite things" by local celebs, spa packages, autographed books, toys, holiday themes, etc. posted June 10, 2008 in Non-profit Fundraising | Closed Share This Military wife/Volunteer/Work-Life Balance Consultant see all my answers Best Answers in: Using LinkedIn (35), Business Development (5), Air ...