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Entries for September, 2013

‘Silver Linings Playbook’ author has advice all can use

[To comment: larry@larrylitwin.com] Matthew Quick authored The Silver Linings Playbook and contributed to the screenplay for the Oscar-winning film. During a recent visit tot the Cherry Hill (N.J.) Public Library quick made these comments while discussing his latest book, Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock. “The fall is exactly when I miss teaching. The thing I loved about September was […]

PSWA Dinner — Jan. 27, 2014 features ’74 Stanley Cup Champs

[To comment: larry@larrylitwin.com] For Additional Information, contact: John Weber (267) 408-7500 ( JWeber@premiereradio.com )  The 1973-74 Philadelphia Flyers, the first-ever NHL expansion team to win the Stanley Cup, will be honored by the Philadelphia Sports Writers Association on the 40th anniversary of their first championship, it was announced by Philadelphia Sports Writers Association President Ron […]

2013-2014 PayScale College Salary Report

[To comment: larry@larrylitwin.com] This might interest you. Check out the link, too. Best Schools for Communications Majors http://www.payscale.com/college-salary-report-2014/best-schools-by-major/communications-majors So you want to write, edit, or otherwise tell the story of the world? Start by fact-checking our list of the best colleges for communications majors. We’ll help you get one step closer to your byline. Best […]

Major that Pay You Back

[To comment: larry@larrylitwin.com RANK SCHOOL NAME REGION SCHOOL TYPE STARTING SALARY MID-CAREER SALARY % WITH HIGH JOB MEANING 464 – tie Rowan University Northeast State Schools $42,100 $73,200 45% * Data represents those in the civilian labor force, not active service members. ** Results based on 2012 data due to insufficient data in 2013. Check […]

NPR’s Race Card Project

[To comment: larry@larrylitwin.com] Leading up to the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King’s March on Washington, NPR’s Michele Norris established “The Race Card Project” http://theracecardproject.com/ Welcome to The Race Card Project! What you see here are candid submissions from people who have engaged in a little exercise. Here’s how it works. Think about the word Race. […]