Chris Dillman thought he could get out in front of the economic wave, and find work in a bigger city like Duluth before more people got laid off and became his competition
Archives for February 18, 2009
A surprising number of students on the News Cut on Campus Tour are interested in getting an education and then going out and doing good, and if there’s money to be made in the process, so much the better.
Becky Segbee wants to travel the world when she graduates from college. She’d like to get to Liberia so she can see the parents she hasn’t seen in nine years.
There’s a demand for dental hygienists, but there aren’t enough openings in colleges to train them
You don’t have to ask Ray Ballard if he thinks the plunging economy will affect his future; it already has.
Tom Mitchell says part of growing up is giving back.
This week’s News Cut on Campus stop is Lake Superior College in Duluth.
The economic meltdown may well finish off the brands that gave us a pathway to the nostalgia.