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by Candice Carlisle
On the heels of committing to a satellite campus near Frisco's ...
by Miriam Rozen
Prime your vocal chords for Constitution Day on Sept. 17.
That's when the Harris County Criminal Lawyers Association has scheduled a celebration of the federally observed holiday commemorating the signing of the U.S. Constitution.
HCCLA has planned a public reading at 11:30 a.m. of the Bill of Rights on the front steps of Harris County Criminal Justice Center.
"As criminal defense lawyers, HCCLA members fight daily to protect the Constitution and its safeguards, many of which are set forth in amendments to this cherished document," HCCLA said in its website's notice about the event....
By Janet Bodnar
Democratic presidential candidate and former Maryland governor Martin O'Malley raised more than a few eyebrows when he recently disclosed that he and his wife had racked up nearly $340,000 in parent PLUS loans (federal education loans for parents or graduate students) to pay the college tab for two of their four children. Getting that deeply in debt is no way to pay for college, either for students or for parents.
My best advice to college-bound families is always to run the numbers before you borrow a nickel. I recommend the loan-repayment calculator at FinAid.org that lets students calculate...
Fine Arts Series underway at UNT
By Rhiannon Saegert
Coming this year, Breaking Bad actor RJ Mitte will appear along with musicians, artists and lecturers for the University of North Texas’ Fine Arts Series on Oct. 29.
Mitte, who played Walter White’s son, has cerebral palsy, the same disorder the character had in the show.
He’s given his lecture about his childhood experiences with bullying, his role on the show, and diversity in entertainment, at universities nationwide.
Mitte also works with organizations promoting diversity in entertainment, as well as PACER’s National Center for Bullying Prevention.