Since students aren't under the direct supervision of their teachers during this unprecedented time of quarantine and social distancing, many schools including The Grauer School are revisiting the importance of their honor codes.
Column: How an epidemic of grade inflation made A's average
Grade inflation — no, hyperinflation — is running rampant in American higher education. A recent study revealed that 42 percent of four-year college grades are A’s, and 77 percent are either A’s or B’s.
SERMON PREVIEW: “Packing Tips” by Rev. Dr. Alvin Jackson
Friends of The Park, The old nursery rhyme says that, “Old McDonald had a farm and on that farm he had some dogs with a bow wow here and a bow there, here a bow, there a wow, everywhere a bow wow.” I have been feeling like Old McDonald lately, “Old Alvin and Tina had a house in the city, provided by The Park and in that house, they had some stuff, stuff here and stuff there, here a box, there a box…
Column: A truly sustainable Hawaii means one job should be enough
The Sierra Club, Hawaii Alliance for Progressive Action and 350Hawaii.org envision a truly sustainable future for Hawaii. This is why we work hard to protect Hawaii’s natural environment. This is also why we stand with the members of Unite Here/Local 5 on strike for better wages, benefits and job security.
Column: What went wrong with last week’s high school football picks
The final week of the high school regular season is always the toughest to gauge because there are rivalry games, league title showdowns, playoff scenarios and a combination of the three.
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Dr. J's Health Tip
Tips to enhance healthy living for the wellness generation. Dr. J shares short and informative health information that may add years to your life and life to your years Friday, December 01, 2017 Doing strengthening exercises regularly helps build bone and may prevent bone loss as you age. Friday, November 03, 2017 Sugary Drinks Drinks that are high in sugar can actually leave you more thirsty…
Dr. Tim Teusink, Missionary Physician & Surgeon, on how Trinity's MA / Bioethics Changed His Life
Dr. Tim Teusink and his wife have lived and worked in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia for thirteen years. He currently works with SIM-Ethiopia in their HIV/Aids
Dr. Ara Suppiah's tips to stay competitively fit
Dr. Ara Suppiah reveals how to stay healthy, energized, focused, and strong for all your long competitive rounds.
Dr. Christopher Angelopulos
At our dental office in Harrisonburg, we encourage anyone exploring a career in dentistry to perform their own research to see if it sounds like something
"Hope:It Is What It Is" by Dr. Andrew Westmoreland
Column: What you need to know about Medicare this week
Here's what the American Health Care Act, the GOP effort to replace Obamacare, would mean for Medicare.
The Media Column: How Joe Buck has learned to ignore all of the things that people say about him
Joe Buck might be the most scrutinized sports announcer ever. Over the last two decades, he’s called 20 World Series, five Super Bowls and 19 MLB All-Star Games as Fox’s lead man for its NFL and
Column: Why to bank with a community bank
Community banks can deliver the same products and services as large financial institutions – but in a highly personalized manner.
Dr. Shakespeare, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Play On
An ambitious effort to hire contemporary playwrights to translate the Bard into modern English is about to deliver the goods.
Schiff: John Bolton must "show the courage that Dr. Hill did"
Dr. Ruth explains why morning sex is just the best
At 88, Dr. Ruth is still doling out advice about everyone's favorite topic: sex
Advice columns mine a classic formula to stay relevant
The first advice columns, published in the 1600s, fielded pretty basic questions. While revolutionary for their time, people asked about topics ranging from the existential to bodily functions. Like this question featured in The Athenian Mercury: “In what space of time do you think the whole mass of blood circulates through the body?” A simple […]
Ask Dr. Austin: What does a Chiropractor do? |
Ever wondered what a chiropractor does, and how it could improve your life? Dr. Austin explains the nuts and bolts behind the practice.
"Advice for Graduates" by Dr. Gil McKee
New Featured Column: Lawyerist's Legal Technology Tips & Tricks
It's a new year, so its' time for a new(ish) series: Legal Tech Tips and Tricks, where we'll cover how to use legal software and technology.