Downtown businesses face difficult times in the current economy and about two dozen businesses have closed in the past year.
Everyone knows the story of George Bailey in “It’s a Wonderful Life.” George represents the average, family-oriented, kind-hearted American.
There’s a video on YouTube called “Peter Schiff was Right 2006-2007(2nd Edition)” which summarizes Schiff’s rise to an iconic status in the freedom movement.
With the down economy, it can be harder for recent grads to find their way in the professional world. If only it was as easy as playing a game. What if it is?
Graduate school can offer advancements later in a career while an immediate job offers experience, something many employers look for in a potential employee. What’s the better option?
The United States has been living outside its means for quite some time now. I think most people are probably aware of this to some extent, but I’m not sure everyone understand the consequences.
Ronald McDonald will no longer gaze out the window overlooking Foothill Boulevard as a result of the decades old drive-thru ban in San Luis Obispo. The McDonalds closed last Thursday after four decades.
American government spending has grown exponentially over the past 50 years. In 1930, the Gross Domestic Product of the United States was $91.2 billion and total federal spending was $11.9 billion.
Low participation projected for one of the county’s largest arts events is just one sign that the local art community is hurting amidst an economic downturn.
Students may see up to a 20 percent fee increase and faculty may see a 10 percent pay cut as a result of the $584 million budget deficit facing the California State University.
There’s one thing Cal Poly graduates will want to keep in mind while hunting for their dream job this summer; be flexible. Chances are you won’t find it right away.