Archive of: Business Casual

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Business Casual: Out Of Order

Business Casual: Out Of Order

The deposed DeKalb school board members are not helpless victims. They are intelligent, well-educated people. The victims are the DeKalb school children.

May 2013
Business Casual: Dollars And Stars

Business Casual: Dollars And Stars

Georgia’s entertainment industry has come a long way since the days of good-old-boy celebration movies like Smokey and The Bandit. So long, Burt Reynolds. Hello, vampires and zombies.

April 2013
Business Casual: Turning Up The Heat

Business Casual: Turning Up The Heat

It’s not hard for legislators to lose touch with the real world of Georgia citizens when everyone coming their way seems to be full of flattery and money.

March 2013
Business Casual: Heroes Then And Now

Business Casual: Heroes Then And Now

Paschal’s Restaurant, which Herman Russell revived at a new location, serves good Southern cooking with a generous side of Atlanta history.

February 2013
Business Casual: What's Next, Guys?

Business Casual: What's Next, Guys?

This is a real wake-up-and-smell-the-coffee moment, gents. The world is becoming less male-centric and more inclusive.

January 2013
Business Casual: Students, Not Widgets

Business Casual: Students, Not Widgets

Budget cuts are a reality in higher education, but we are dealing with people, not just numbers. Here’s hoping the human factor

December 2012
Business Casual: Friends With Rituals

Business Casual: Friends With Rituals

There is something very nourishing about the observances and ceremonies that enrich and enliven friendships and nudge good intentions into action.

November 2012
Business Casual: The Old Digital Divide

Business Casual: The Old Digital Divide

The Red & Black flap last summer was a classic generational confrontation. The tweeting student journalists owned the story from the beginning, and it helped that they were right.

October 2012
Business Casual: Holding The Line

Business Casual: Holding The Line

There is a line between spirited political exchange and mindless verbal assaults that must be respected. Trouble is, that blasted line keeps moving.

September 2012
Business Casual: Getting Schools Right

Business Casual: Getting Schools Right

The notion that there’s always room for one or two more in a classroom is as unrealistic as the idea that budget cuts and increased class sizes won’t affect educational quality.

August 2012
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