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All Work, No Pay?

All Work, No Pay?

Unpaid student internships come under fire

Universities and corporations are quietly recognizing that offering student internships for no pay is unfair, and these institutions have begun to change their policies.

By Rachael Levy
Published: July 3, 2014
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The Granny Diet

The Granny Diet

She has creamy olive skin, bright almond eyes, cheekbones to die for – and she’s 91 years old. How does she do it?

By Brianna McGurran
Published: April 12, 2014
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Boy, Was I Wrong

Boy, Was I Wrong

How I came to see the value of the new journalism

Stepping down after a nine-year tenure, the founding dean of the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism recalls his bumpy encounter with the disruptive energy of digital change.

By Stephen B. Shepard
Published: May 17, 2013
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Adventures in Mutual Fund Land

Adventures in Mutual Fund Land

I need to be an adult and adults invest in things like stocks. I should invest.

Invest in what? A savings account is out of the question. The Federal Reserve pushed interest rates down so low that a boring CD offers 0.3 percent return on investment. I have $2,000 to play with. My yearly return would be worth a side of frites ($6) at a French restaurant.

By Taylor Tepper
Published: March 26, 2013
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Great Expectations

Great Expectations

What do young Americans get for helping Obama?

They need jobs, health care and a piece of the promised immigration reforms. And they’ll be watching for progress as the president shapes his next administration.

By Chester Soria and Sean Carlson
Published: November 28, 2012
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