The state of Michigan is considering a new program that would change the way people pay for their education. The proposed alternative would offer graduates interest-free loans and would require them to pay back their loans based on their income. Community College graduates would pay 2% of their income and University graduates would pay 4%. “I commend the legislature for thinking about creative solutions,” says Dr. Wayne Baker, Chair of Management and Organizations at the Ross School of Business. “The advantage of this program is that it doesn't saddle students with knee-buckling debt. The disadvantage is that it may suffer from adverse selection.” As currently structured, the program does not financially appeal to those who expect to enter a high-paying profession. Those who enter the workforce bringing in a modest to middle income, however, would benefit. “The program could work if they figured out how to make it appealing to future big earners,” Baker says. “Without that, it's problematic.”
The beautiful thing about the kinds of songs that Tanager make are how layered they are… These are guitars that envelop you, drums that pull you, melodic phrases that levitate you (and no, I’m not on drugs as I write this)… Those ethereal traits have always distinguished a Tanager song, a hybrid of coarse distortion
It is heartrending to see that message, reverberated through the past and into the present. Cynics may be tempted to ask, “Have we really made any progress?”. Yet, above the calls of protest and activism, the gallery is also filled with silence, waiting for the viewer’s response to the question, “Will you change it?”
Flint’s story is essential to the film because it illustrates the power of greed and why corporate money has no place in government. Macroeconomics 101 tells us that corporations are beholden to one thing—their stockholders. Humans do not enter into this equation. How can you have a democracy for the people when corporate money runs the government? You can’t.
Following Dr. John Harvey Kellogg, a prodigious doctor whose ecstasy over medicine overshadowed his regard for those closest to him, and his striving younger brother W.K., who toiled unappreciated under his brother before setting off on his own to great fame and success.