By David Walker After more than a year in development, and several decades of wishful thinking, it was announced that I am writing the upcoming “Shaft” comic book series for Dynamite Entertainment. “Shaft” was originally written by Ernest Tidyman, who followed with six other books and a popular series of films in the 1970s. Translating […]
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Marylhurst MBA faculty member Barry Bennett writes about the need for unions in this recent Oregonian article:
“The “union wage premium” — the amount by which wages of unionized employees exceed those of non-unionized employees — is about 14 percent. In addition, unionized workers are 28 percent more likely than non-unionized workers to have employer-provided health care and 54 percent more likely to have employer pension plans.” Bennett writes.
In Summer our campus, for the most part, is quiet and still. However, for the past three days it has been host to a flurry of creativity.
Our English Literature and New Media (ELNM) students, who do a majority of their work online, have just completed one of their on-campus residency weekends. The residency is when our ELNM students fly, drive, and bus in to participate in an intense twenty-four hours worth of multimedia courses.
In 1893, the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary received a charter from the State of Oregon to grant baccalaureate degrees. 2013 marks Marylhurst University’s 120th year. This place has evolved and adapted with the times, most notably within the arena of online education. Our philosophy and vision, however, have remained constant: To […]
Here at Marylhurst we are curious, passionate, mindful and engaged. We care about the world’s affairs and our place amongst them. We value thoughtful, provocative conversations about sustainability, politics, and pop culture. We don’t shy away from potentially controversial topics. Because they’re important. The Marylhurst Blog is a space to engage and discuss the relevant, […]