Friday, February 24, 2012

Harvard jobs

  • but we are alive and well and it's our job to sail through this time period and just come out and really make a contribution to society.
  • (Wall Street Journal)
  • It was announced Friday afternoon that the University of Rhode Island football teams defensive coordinator and secondary coach Ryan Crawford would become the next defensive backs coach at Harvard University.
  • (Good Five Cent Cigar)
  • The worker accepts a lower-paying job in exchange for a slim but real chance of a large, future payday. Deep thoughts this week: 1. Hollywood is the most glamorous lottery-style business in the U.S. economy. 2. It's hardly the only one.
  • (New York Times)
  • Let's get something straight: Harvard is not a public institution and it does not exist to provide jobs.
  • (Harvard Crimson)
  • BOSTON (Reuters) - Taking on a new job doesnt mean stomping all over the people you are now working with and overriding the existing dynamics without first learning what they are, says Harvard Business Review.
  • (Reuters)
  • There are a lot of jobs out there in which workers accept low pay because the job has a small but real chance of a big future payday. Its a figurative lottery ticket.
  • (Deseret News)
  • and Occupy Harvard joined with Harvard library workers to protest outside the Lamont Library against the administrations re-organization of the library system requiring 900 staff members to reapply for their jobs. Select one of the options below.
  • (CNN)
  • "We like to flatter ourselves, and I think Tommy is doing a great job, but really we're only as good as the athletes we get.
  • (Bloomberg)
  • Sophomore forward Sally Butler, who leads the team in goals and points, was responsible for two of the three goals in Princeton's 3-0 blanking of Harvard in early January.
  • (Daily Princetonian)
  • With a scraggly wig on his head, Fallon sang a tribute to the Harvard grad to the tune of the bands 1992 hit Jeremy. At home, shooting free throws and three point shots, waiting for a job/name not yet a pun/Carmelo injury, he croons.
  • (New York Daily News)

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