As he prepares to give the State of the Union address Tuesday, President Barack Obama has reason to be cautiously optimistic about the support he will get from his base for his re-election bid. However, to cement their support, he will need to focus on the issues that are most important to them in the 2012 campaign…
Jan. 20 marks the third anniversary of President Barack Obama's historic inauguration as the nation's first African-American president. From health care reform to the economy, education and the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the president has faced a number of tough decisions since being sworn into office.
Amanda Winston, a junior at Temple University in Philadelphia, juggled three jobs and an unpaid internship this summer in an effort to keep her head above water financially while continuing to make key contacts in the public relations field that she hopes to call her own once she graduates.
It was the image on the book cover that first captured my attention during one of my many trips to the bookstore: a view from the rear of a sepia-toned woman with thick, black curly hair piled atop her head and what looked like a peacock of some sort tattooed on the small of her back. The woman stood, clutching a…
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