Harvard-Bound Milechman Earns Patterson Scholarship
Tam High cross country and track star Dan Milechman was honored as the first Bill Patterson Scholarship winner by the Dipsea Race Foundation at the Dipsea Hall of Fame Dinner at the Outdoor Art Club on Friday night.
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#1 Jun 14, 2011
Californians face foreclosure, unemployment, depressed wages, loss of retirement, medical, unemployment benefits, higher taxes: UC Board of Regents Regent Lansing, President Yudof need to demonstrated leadership by curbing wages, benefits. As a Californian, I don't care what others earn at private, public universities. If wages better elsewhere, chancellors, vice chancellors, tenured, non tenured faculty, UCOP should apply for the positions. If wages commit employees to UC, leave for better paying position. The sky above UC will not fall.
Californians suffers from the greatest deficit modern times. UC wages, benefits must reflect California's ability to pay, not what others paid elsewhere. Campus chancellors, vice chancellors, tenured & non-tenured faculty, UCOP are replaceable by the more talented.
UC faculty, chancellor, vice chancellor, UCOP wage, benefits concessions:
18 percent reduction in UCOP salaries & $50 million cut.
18 percent prune of campus chancellors', vice chancellors' salaries.
15 percent trim of tenured faculty salaries, increased teaching load
10 percent decrease in non-tenured faculty salaries, as well as increase research, teaching load
100% elimination of all Academic Senate, Academic Council costs, wages.
Rose bushes bloom after pruning.
UC Board of Regents Sherry Lansing, President Yudof can bridge the public trust gap by offering reassurances that UC salaries reflect depressed wages in California. The sky will not fall on UC
Californians are reasonable people. Levy no new taxes until an approved balanced budget: let the Governor/Legislature lead - make the tough-minded (not cold hearted) decisions of elected leadership. Afterwards come to public for continuing, specified taxes.
Thank you for advocating for all Californians, University of California
#2 Jun 25, 2011
No! Instead of lowering the wages for college professors, how about lowering the wages for prison guards instead, and forcing the prisoners to grow their own food that they eat, and looking for work that the prisoners can do to save the state money such as working on fire crews, etc, and cutting the costs of the prisons while getting more work out of the prisoners?
Also, the people on welfare in California should be forced to take honest jobs. We should take away welfare when jobs are available, and force those who are currently on welfare to work any honest job that is open, including working in the fields with the Mexicans. If an honest job is open, including working in the fields, then those people on welfare must take the honest job. And people are actually happier and have more self respect when they are forced to get off of welfare and work an honest job.
Also, a lot can be learned from the Italian immigrants of Roseto, Pennsylvania... The Italians know the secret of life. Here is an article that everyone, everywhere, can learn from, it is about the Italian immigrants in Roseto, Pennsylvania, USA, they had ZERO crime and ZERO people on welfare, read this article and you will see that there is a better way to do things than what is happening now, plus the people of Roseto, Pennsylvania, were healthier and had fewer heart attacks.
Here is the link:
One very interesting thing about the Italian immigrants of Roseto, Pennsylvania, is that they achieved the highest level on Maslow's hierarchy of human needs, actualization, while still being poor monetarily. They were happy, even without the money. It is nice to have money, but this life is about love, and it is not only about money. You can be happy, and you can have a great life, without being wealthy, as was exemplified by the Italian immigrants of Roseto.
Link about Maslow's hierarchy of human needs:
The Italian immigrants of Roseto had ZERO crime, they had ZERO people on welfare, they were healthier, and they were happy and reached actualization even though they were poor monetarily.
A lot can be learned from the Italian immigrants of Roseto.
Here is a link to a thread that I started about theb Roseto Effect...
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