I discovered an application recently for the iPhone called HandicappedFraud. Based on the website www.handicappedfraud.org, it is a fast and easy way for community members to report placard and... Read More →
The impact of one of the more recent interpretations of the U. S. Constitution’s First Amendment is currently being witnessed across the nation in the 2012 presidential primary elections.... Read More →
Fees and taxes. They are everywhere. Seems nothing is free or without a catch anymore.
The state of Oklahoma has found a number of ways to get a few... Read More →
On Monday, Jan. 23, the Associated Press reported that the European Union and Iran are escalating tensions over Iran’s nuclear program and the trade embargo placed on Iran. Iran... Read More →
As if lung cancer and rotted teeth weren’t enough, smokers now face another risk from their nicotine addiction: it could cost them a potential job.
Across the U.S.,... Read More →
Recently, certain companies are using drug tests to determine whether prospective employees use nicotine products. Those who do aren’t hired.
Civil rights 101: regulating a legal behavior that a... Read More →
Unfortunately the two articles in [the Jan. 13 edition of the] Pioneer have misinformation that needs to be corrected.
1. Financial Aid Title IV Regulations, pertaining to Satisfactory Academic Progress... Read More →
Hundreds of students are losing their financial aid this semester with few options for getting it back.
Why? Because the government has apparently decided the best way to... Read More →
The end of another semester is drawing near, and through all the stress of cramming for last-minute projects and finals, one glimmer of hope remains for students: book buyback.... Read More →