Matt Schmidt, 44, is the assistant development director for the Quincy and Hannibal Salvation Army. He's been with the Salvation Army for five years after spending 18 years as a news anchor for KHQA and then WGEM.
Why Matt Damon turned down ‘Avatar’ and its $250M paycheck
“I realized in having to say no that I was probably passing on the chance to ever work with him. So that sucked and that’s still brutal.”
Schmidt '21: How to make orientation introvert-friendly
Brown orientation provides an opportunity for new students to meet each other and to explore the myriad of social and extracurricular opportunities Brown has to offer.
Fred T. Foard's Schmidt receives top scholarship
The Observer News Enterprise Fred T. Foard's Schmidt receives top scholarship A Fred T. Foard athlete has received a prestigious honor from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Senior Jacob Schmidt is a recipient of the Morehead-Cain Scholarship, which is given to a high school senior demonstrating exceptional impact and academic achievement Only about three percent of those who apply for the scholarship receive…
Schmidt presents his top 10 list
Parsons Rotarians welcomed guest speaker Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt on Thursday.
Golden Knights’ Nate Schmidt suspended 20 games by NHL
Golden Knights defenseman Nate Schmidt has been suspended for the first 20 games of the season for violating the terms of the NHL/NHLPA Performance Enhancing Substances Program, the league announce…
NHL suspends ex-Gopher Nate Schmidt 20 games for banned substance
Nate Schmidt, now a defenseman with the Vegas Knights, and team officials vigorously challenge the legitimacy of the punishment.
Alabama education, the Matt Akin way
Piedmont Superintendent Matt Akin exemplifies the best of public education in Alabama: Energetic, innovative, driven, technologically savvy and successful.
Schmidt '21: TWTP rightfully asks tough questions of students
To prepare for the drastic change in social climate between my previous schooling experiences and Brown, I applied to the Third World Transition Program, a four-day pre-orientation program dedicated to talking about systems of oppression and fostering an environment of open discussion.
Schmidt '21: Pre-med students should take social sciences classes
Pre-med students coming into Brown often have their class list already mapped out for the next four years.
Schmidt '21: Professors should stop scheduling exams at night
Nothing is worse than a night exam. Many classes, especially large lectures in STEM fields, schedule exams late in the evening. At their worst, these exams can span from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Schmidt ’21: Brown concentrations should incorporate ethics into their curricula
Last year, I wrote a column in The Herald on why students who are concentrating in computer science and are planning to enter the tech industry should be cognizant of the harm that the industry is inflicting on cities such as San Francisco. As a native of San Francisco, I take this issue to heart.
Mike Schmidt: Why can't I just accept it's all about power?
I get it. Today the game is asking for home runs. The temptation is too great, analytics support it, and coaches coach it.
Matt Talbot: What is the right size of a government?
In Catholic social teaching, there is an organizing principle called “subsidiarity.” Subsidiarity means that societal needs ought to be addressed as close to the problem as possible For example, if there is a pothole in the street outside your house, you wouldn’t call your Senator to complain about it. You would notify the Benicia Public Works Department, who would then take care of the problem. It works the other way, too, however: if you live in North Dakota and notice Canadian hordes pouring…
Matt Bonner states why Kawhi Leonard is the NBA MVP in the most Matt Bonner way possible
Former San Antonio Spurs forward Matt Bonner has made his case for Kawhi Leonard as the NBA’s most valuable player... in a Bonner-rific way.Bonner, who had played alongside Kawhi before before hanging up his basketball shoes, felt the need to take to the P
Megyn Kelly hints there's more to Matt Lauer saga
When asked if she thought Matt Lauer could make a comeback, Megyn Kelly wouldn't comment but said she knows 'too much that others don't know.'
Rays sign top draft pick Matt Liberatore
UPDATE, 6:32: Liberatore was happy to sign (for around $3.5M), happy to be with the Rays and happy to get his pro career started, heading to Port Charlotte on Wednesday to join the Gulf Coast League
Matt O'Brien: Why a trade war makes no sense
An all-out trade war might hurt us a little less than it would hurt China. But it would still hurt us a lot.
Matt Garrett: Pond maintenance should be top priority
Pond health and maintenance should be a top priority for landowners who want to get the most out of their favorite fishing hole, said a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service
Matt Haig: How to survive in this age of anxiety
The author on the benefits of stripping back to the ‘acoustic version’ of life
Matt Forte retires after 10 years in NFL
Matt Forte trails only Walter Payton for the most rushing yards in Chicago Bears history.