Tawni Ferrarini (Economics) contributed an opinion piece titled "The Value of Credit " to the Washington Examiner on April 23. In addressing the credit crunch and resulting pressure for reform, Ferrarini wrote:
"Unfortunately, some interest groups are pushing legislation that would actually limit future access to credit without addressing the root problems. One group, the Center for Responsible Lending, is embroiled in an attempt to cap the interest rate lending institutions can charge, which would eliminate some of the only loan options available to Americans with few alternatives. A better solution is increasing responsible use of credit through financial education. Paying for education is a great example. Another is creating capital for small businesses." Click here to read the full piece.
Sandra Poindexter (Business) was quoted in an article titled “Preparing the Next Generation: Business Students Take on Real World,” which was feature in Corp! magazine. The article features NMU’s involvement in the International IT Student Seminar. Poindexter talked about the importance of the event in allowing students to “quickly reach the personal level of global perspective with international peers."
Karyn Rybacki (CAPS) was quoted in an article titled “What the Rise of Southern Football Says About America” in The Wall Street Journal. She commented on the “pride of place” encouraged by college football in the South, which other popular southern sports like NASCAR have been unable to replicate.
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