RDM welcomes you to the weekend. Vist the WTTW archive.
Yesterday Mark Cuban continued to rail against “sports management” majors. It’s a “thing” of his.
If you just look at the unemployment rate for recent college graduates, it’s 6.8 percent. My guess is that if you take out Sports Management majors and a few other “I did this for passion and not a job” majors (sorry had to get that in there), that rate might be under 5 percent.
That’s from a “cute” piece Cuban wrote for the Huffington Post. However, it you want some more “meat” check out his blog post on the subject of college debt.
RDM welcomes you to the weekend. Can’t stop. Won’t stop. It’s WTTW!
As we head into this weekend, I want to ask a question. It’s a question that I must ask myself, really. Will football be the revival of OWS?
Posts have been few and far between of late. That’s because the summer is a whole other animal. No one wants to be inside writing on a computer screen. Or at least I don’t. Moreover, there isn’t jack going on, generally. No NFL (until now), no college football, no college hoops, no nothing.
Football might just breathe new life into my passion for writing on here. Football just seems to crank out big time stories. How about an example. Today LSU gave Tyrann Mathieu the boot.
No more Honey Badger for Brent Musburger to fawn over. I mean, that’s some big time stuff. LSU is the preseason #1 team.
RDM welcomes you to the weekend. It’s WTTW!
In 2006 a few friend and I were sitting in our house before heading out to the bars
Rick Ross dropped his latest album earlier this week.
God Forgives, I Don’t is on pace to sell a around 200,000 copies by the end of its first week on August 5, according to Billboard. Ross’ best sales week was when “Trilla” started with a 198,000 week. All-in-all, I guess that would make the latest album a commercial success.
Just this week alone, the New York Times and ESPN have done long-form pieces on the man known as Rick Ross. More success. I do have one beef, though.