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Congratulations Grads — Now Save! Congratulations Grads — Now Save!
1 week ago - StateCollege.com - Judy Loy
The average 2015 college graduate is burdened with $35,000 in student loan debt, making the Class of 2015 the most indebted graduates ever. Finding ways to limit that while in college is a tremendous way to start out on the right foot. [Read More]
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Congratulations Grads — Now Save! Congratulations Grads — Now Save!
1 week ago - StateCollege.com - Judy Loy
The average 2015 college graduate is burdened with $35,000 in student loan debt, making the Class of 2015 the most indebted graduates ever. Finding ways to limit that while in college is a tremendous way to start out on the right foot. [Read More]

Metropolitan Pushes Opening Date Back Another Year Metropolitan Pushes Opening Date Back Another Year
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Abhar Shah
"We, like the community, are very excited for this project, but want to ensure it is completed properly," says Vuong. "By revising the delivery date, it will allow for additional design changes and enhancements too." [Read More]

Trendless Churn, Time to Learn Trendless Churn, Time to Learn
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Dan Nestlerode
Followers of the price gyrations of the various stock market averages often refer to a notion that investors should "sell in May and go away" until October or November. The market seems to lack a strong upward bias in the warmer months of the year. [Read More]

Why So Much Dissension? Why So Much Dissension?
10 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Dan Nestlerode
Either I thrive or you thrive, but not both of us together. If I get richer, you must get poorer. If I win, you lose. Either radical Islam wins or the decadent Western point of view wins. Either the religious right is appeased or the Human Rights Campaign lobby wins. [Read More]

THAW Festival Bringing Films, Comedians & Bands to State College THAW Festival Bringing Films, Comedians & Bands to State College
19 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
“We wanted to offer this community more things to do together, so that students and local residents can come together for a common good,” says THAW spokesperson Vihn Vuong. “We want everyone to benefit from this, because there is definitely going to be something for everyone.” [Read More]

Rosh Hashanah Brings Time of Reflection for Jewish Community Rosh Hashanah Brings Time of Reflection for Jewish Community
40 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
“For many people, this is a time of reconnections with their faith,” says Rabbi David Ostrich of State College’s Congregation Brit Shalom, who expects an influx of attendees at the special services at the synagogue in the coming days. [Read More]

Artist Uses Everyday Objects to Give People 'Beautiful Experiences' Artist Uses Everyday Objects to Give People 'Beautiful Experiences'
46 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
“A lot of the things around us are very connected to human emotions,” multimedia artist Annalisa Barron says. “If you have something terrible happen to you in a certain place, the things there become mementos of that experience and those emotions.” [Read More]

Penn State Football: Lack of Depth Can Have Its Advantages Penn State Football: Lack of Depth Can Have Its Advantages
63 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Mike Poorman
Fewer scholarships, thinner depth charts, shiftier positioning, mounting injuries – they all may mean more PT for certain PSU football players. And that’s A-OK with them. [Read More]

Judy Loy: What’s the Good News? Judy Loy: What’s the Good News?
124 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Judy Loy
What are the current trends that can lead to corporate profits and long-term positive economic times for us and around the world? Judy Loy explains. [Read More]

Dan Nestlerode: The Fiscal Cliff Patch Dan Nestlerode: The Fiscal Cliff Patch
126 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Dan Nestlerode
These benefits are targeted to certain companies and areas and do not benefit taxpayers or our citizens in general. It’s business as usual in Washington. Smart folks do not listen to the rhetoric of our politicians, but to their actions: bills passed, signed and made into law. [Read More]

Dan Nestlerode: Is Bigger Better? Dan Nestlerode: Is Bigger Better?
128 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Dan Nestlerode
Shall we kick the can of decision down the road and keep all our sacred cows or make the sacrifices needed to get our economy growing and creating wealth for all of us? I guess this is what elections are all about, Dan Nestlerode writes. [Read More]

Judy Loy: What's New for 2013 that will Affect Your Pocketbook Judy Loy: What's New for 2013 that will Affect Your Pocketbook
129 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Judy Loy
The Fiscal Cliff was averted at the 11th hour, and many changes take effect in 2013 with more to come in two months. Let’s explore some of the major shifts in contribution limits, gifting and so on that will affect everyone’s pocketbook in this New Year. [Read More]

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