Opinion: Study Abroad is (Still) Worth the Risk
The November 13th attack in Paris killed 130 people and was the worst violence suffered in Paris since World War II.  Among those killed was American exchange student Nohemi Gonzalez, a junior at Cal State Long Beach.  As a student who has always planned on studying abroad, the recent terror attacks in Europe and across …
Big Pond, Little Pond: A Professional Perspective from Joseph Dehner, Lawyer with Frost Brown Todd LLC
After Princeton, Harvard Law School and a federal appellate clerkship, what to do 40 years ago?  Practice international law, my career aspiration, or return home to Cincinnati, where there was no global legal practice at any firm of that era?  Seven years of the Ivies called out, “Big cities—New York, Paris, London—big deals, big money, …
Academia and Athletics: The consequences of not offering athletes scholarships in the Ivy League
Talent scholarships are one of the defining aspects of the U.S. college experience. We see it time and time again in Hollywood films: Troye, Kelsi and Ryan are in the running for a Juilliard scholarship in High School Musical 3, and Santana in Glee is given a full scholarship for cheerleading at the University of …
An Oscars Upset
When reflecting on this year’s Oscars, I was rather shocked that the award for best picture didn’t go to La La Land (mostly because it was by far my personal favorite). With City of Stars stuck in my head, I couldn’t but help an audible groan when I found out that La La Land wasn’t …