Monthly Archives: February 2012

‘The Gospel of Enough’ – Angie Bymaster’s Story

Angie (Powell) Bymaster lives in a 1,000-square-foot home in the heart of an impoverished San Jose neighborhood, but not because she has to. An M.D. married to an electrical engineer, Angie and her family of six could be living in … Continue reading

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‘Honoring the Author of Our Story’ – Legacy of My Friend

About seven or eight years ago I met Jim Steinfeld. If you know me, I like to keep people at a distance until I get a real feel for who they are and if they can be trusted. Jim was … Continue reading

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University Presidents Grapple with Affordability

What can be done to make college affordable? How are colleges to remain fiscally viable while also making a college education possible to more people? These and other questions were discussed at the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities’ … Continue reading

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