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Today's Opinions

  • General Assembly has more than one winner

    In one way, the bills filed each legislative session are not much different from the teams taking part in the NCAA basketball tournaments. Some advance, while others find out that this is not their year.
    There is one key difference in the General Assembly’s version of March Madness, however: More than one “winner” is crowned.

  • General Assembly has more than one winner

    In one way, the bills filed each legislative session are not much different from the teams taking part in the NCAA basketball tournaments. Some advance, while others find out that this is not their year.
    There is one key difference in the General Assembly’s version of March Madness, however: More than one “winner” is crowned.

  • Networking: Build relationships, not your rolodex

    By Jerisia Lamons

    Networking is the single most effective way to land a job, yet many job seekers struggle to navigate how, where and with whom to make professional connections.
    A key characteristic of a healthy network is that it is built over time. Ideally, when you’re ready to seek out your next opportunity, it will seem natural to contact former colleagues, employers, classmates and friends because you’ve preserved those relationships.

  • Networking: Build relationships, not your rolodex

    By Jerisia Lamons

    Networking is the single most effective way to land a job, yet many job seekers struggle to navigate how, where and with whom to make professional connections.
    A key characteristic of a healthy network is that it is built over time. Ideally, when you’re ready to seek out your next opportunity, it will seem natural to contact former colleagues, employers, classmates and friends because you’ve preserved those relationships.

  • Anything is possible

    Standing on the Santa Monica Pier, proudly wearing my Los Angeles Marathon medal and holding a gigantic chocolate ice cream cone, a woman congratulated me on my accomplishment and then asked me what seemed to be a simple question: “Why did you want to run a marathon?”
    I’m rarely short for words, but I honestly wasn’t sure how to answer that question.

  • Anything is possible

    Standing on the Santa Monica Pier, proudly wearing my Los Angeles Marathon medal and holding a gigantic chocolate ice cream cone, a woman congratulated me on my accomplishment and then asked me what seemed to be a simple question: “Why did you want to run a marathon?”
    I’m rarely short for words, but I honestly wasn’t sure how to answer that question.

  • Letters to the editor: Sen. Higdon blocks hearing on SB 32

    Sen. Higdon blocks hearing on SB 32

  • Letters to the editor: Sen. Higdon blocks hearing on SB 32

    Sen. Higdon blocks hearing on SB 32