Suggestions on Navigating Student Loan Repayment

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By Ashley Ann Reich The media has created quite the buzz surrounding what will happen with the outstanding federal student loans held by borrowers today. Since President Biden’s...

Meet Ashley Smith: Breaking Through the Glass Cyber Security Ceiling

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By Naomi Atwater Meet Ashley “You don’t look like a programmer.” This comment tends to find itself in countless conversations. But what does a programmer look like? Meet Ashley Smith,...

Scholarships, Grants, and Loans – How to Search for the Best Options

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By Ashley Ann Reich The world of college financing often produces a great deal of anxiety for parents and students. Colleges are inundating students with award options that...

Opinion: Financial Literacy Month Goals

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By Mary Compton Several years ago, as a fresh-faced new Communications Director for the State Treasurer’s Office, I enthusiastically planned activities for Financial Literacy Month. I had a...

Emotions and Money

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By Ashley Ann Reich Women’s History Month provides a unique platform to reflect on the progress that women have made historically. Women have come leaps and bounds from...

Learn About St. Brigid of Kildare This St. Patrick’s Day

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By Sarah Wall Every year on March 17, people around the world with Irish heritage—or simply a fondness for leprechauns and shamrocks—adorn themselves in green to celebrate St....

Women’s History Month: The Extraordinary American Woman

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By Catherine Martinez March is Women’s History Month, and what a history it is to celebrate! Women have accomplished extraordinary things, breaking through barriers that previous generations would...

Ukrainian Orphan Adoptions in Painful Limbo, and What Can Be Done to Help

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By Sarah Wall After just seven days, the crisis in Ukraine has already left countless victims—Ukrainians killed or wounded in action; homes and storefronts destroyed by missiles; peace...

Presidents’ Day: The First Ladies Who Led Alongside America’s Presidents

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By Sarah Wall Every year on Presidents' Day, there's much discussion of the 46 men who have led the United States of America since its founding in 1776....

Striving for a More Perfect Union: A Look at the Life and Legacy of...

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By Shannon Santschi When looking over the work and legacies of United States Supreme Court Justices Clarence Thomas and Thurgood Marshall (deceased), one would be hard-pressed to find...
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