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The cost of doing business

When Dale Krueger was hired as an assistant professor in the business department in 1984, President Ronald Reagan was about to be elected to a second term and Prince’s Purple Rain was the number one album in the country. Now, 32 years later, he is the longest-serving faculty member in the Craig School of Business, and the lowest paid associate professor.... Read More

For those of you who picked up the paper…

First off, thank you.  Not just because you helped us feel better about ourselves as journalists, or because you helped us sell ads, but because you are the rare, one-sixth of the student population that wanted to be informed. As I prepare to leave my post as Editor-in-Chief and cross the stage at graduation, I take solace in the fact... Read More

SGA President says farewell

by Ida Haefner My fellow Griffons: What a whirlwind of an adventure this year has been as the voice for all of you! I can honestly say that I have grown as a student and as a person, and I have learned so much in this role that I was elected to serve. This year, Student Government Association has provided... Read More

Students should have a say in where our money goes

As I’m typing this, I’m sitting next to a sheet of paper taped to the newsroom wall with an interesting quote attributed to HBO’s The Newsroom.  It reads, “there’s nothing that’s more important to a democracy than a well informed electorate.” I’ve taken this to mean that a government can’t truly be democratic without the voices of the governed, and... Read More