Monthly Archives: January 2011

Ping Pong for the Cure Recap

The inaugural Ping Pong for the Cure was a resounding success with close to 200 people attending. It was a great event for a great cause and I’m very grateful for those of you who attended and supported the event. … Continue reading

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College

I’ve spoken before about the striking differences in pay and employment opportunities one receives upon finishing a 4year college. I’m a big proponent of higher education degrees – the more the merrier (just like hot girls at a party, keep … Continue reading

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Go-getter of the week: Director, Documentarian, Do-er

Each week, I am going to highlight a person I know or have come across who exemplifies many of the qualities that I strive to embody: integrity, work ethic, passion, ambition. Go-getter’s do not wait for opportunities to come to … Continue reading

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A nation of excess

The world has changed. Gone are the days where a high school diploma translates to a middle class lifestyle. Gone are the days where children should expect as given that their quality of life would be better than their parents. … Continue reading

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American Education: Revisited

I wrote about the flaws in our education system before and here I am writing about them again. There was an article I came across in the NYT talking about the iPad as the new “learning tool.” The iPad this, … Continue reading

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