A surrogate of President elect Donald Trump on Wednesday invoked Japanese internment camps as precedent for creating a registry for Muslim immigrants. This comes less than a week after the Kansas secretary of state told Reuters that Trump’s team might reprise a post Sept. 11 national registry of immigrants from countries regarded as havens for “extremist activity.”.

“The perception among young, diverse creatives is that they have to go to ad school to have an avenue into a creative department, and I think the industry definitely perpetuates that,” says Apollo 51 co creator Tommy Means, founder and chief creative officer at Mekanism. Coming out of college with an average of $100,000 in student loan debt makes taking on another $50,000 to $100,000 for portfolio school a daunting proposition, especially for creatives who may not have family finances to fall back on. “They say, ‘I guess the creative industry is not for me.

The Bears played one of their sloppiestEdwards Stadium will be host to a battle of red vs. Blue Sunday, as the Cal women’s soccer team will attempt to fend off USC’s Trojan invasion. The Trojans are poised to be one the Bears’ toughest challenges this season, as USC will aim to give Cal a heartbreaking lossAfter yet another undefeated home stand, the No.

I go to social functions or meetings, they say are the condos going to be finished? said Kassab, president of Prestige Development. A huge demand (for condos) and people are knocking on our door every day. Development has twin apartment buildings, paired as Our Heroes Place, going up in downtown Vancouver near the intersection Southeast Mill Plain Boulevard and D Street.

Others Who Have Followed: We all know Netflix revolutionized the way we consume TV shows and movies with it’s very affordable monthly subscription service. Spotify did the same thing for the way we consume music, by providing consumers the means to listen to virtually any song they’d like for a small monthly subscription. SkillShare, an edtech startup, initially started where consumers would buy educational content a la carte, but has pivoted to a monthly subscription model to access their content which has proved to work better for them.

Through his companies, he’s conducted over 30 research studies, interviewed over 1,600 successful people, written over 2,000 articles and spoken at over 100 conferences, companies and Universities. Schawbel has consulted for several major brands from Staples to Oracle, and has been profiled or quoted in over 1,200 media outlets, such as “The Today Show” on NBC,”Fox Friends” on Fox News, The Wall Street Journal, People Magazine, Wired Magazine, GQ, The Economist and NPR. He has been recognized on several lists including Inc.