Ethics a Mainstay of American College Classes

July 9, 2010
By Marla Cimini
Ethics a Mainstay of American College Classes

BRYN MAWR — With a strong curricular emphasis on ethics, the American College ranks as the nation’s largest and oldest nontraditional school for higher learning devoted to financial services.Founded in 1927 as a “distance learning” institution, the college’s primary function is to encourage overall ethical behavior while offering students opportunities to pursue and enhance...

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Women of Distinction: Martinez-Helfman transitions to HR

July 9, 2010
By Marla Cimini
Women of Distinction: Martinez-Helfman transitions to HR

When Marcia Martinez-Helfman made the transition to human resources director from practicing lawyer, everything fell into place professionally. Her background — a hodgepodge of professional training and work experiences — came in handy.” It made sense. It was what I was meant to do,” said Martinez-Helfman, director of human resources for C&D Technologies in...

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Women of Distinction: McCausland Took’Back Road’to Law Career

July 9, 2010
By Marla Cimini
Women of Distinction: McCausland Took’Back Road’to Law Career

IN DEPTH: WOMEN OF DISTINCTIONMcCausland took ‘back road’ to law careerNow, the Blank Rome partner wants to do more for pro bonoSometimes, a successful career is cultivated by choosing a very untraditional path. But the unfamiliar road can lead to exciting and enriching places. Margaret “Peggy” McCausland’s experience and accomplishments demonstrate how a change...

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Women of Distinction: McLaughlin Wants a Healthier Community

July 9, 2010
By Marla Cimini
Women of Distinction: McLaughlin Wants a Healthier Community

IN DEPTH: WOMEN OF DISTINCTION McLaughlin wants a healthier community In some ways, VP of Magee Rehab sticks to her roots as an educator by Marla Cimini Tracking Loretta McLaughlin’s career path can be a little like predicting Madonna’s next hair color. Her job progression seems well-planned, but upon closer examination, it is anything...

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The Best of Dining: New Orleans

July 9, 2010
By Marla Cimini
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The Best of Dining – New Orleans If the sizzling restaurant scene in New Orleans, Louisiana accurately reflects the city’s tenacity and enduring spirit, then the Big Easy is most certainly back in the game, reinventing itself through ingenuity and culinary artistry. Vibrant menus infused with new savory delights speak volumes about this city’s...

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Cooking Fresh: Melange Cafe – Cherry Hill NJ

July 9, 2010
By Marla Cimini
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Cooking Fresh: Melange Cafe, Cherry Hill, NJ With a mastery of fusion and a dose of South Jersey hospitality, Joe Brown delights customers and their palates. A blend of the ingredients and flavors of Louisiana and Italian cooking may seem like an improbable combination, but customers and critics alike keep responding with rave reviews...

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It’s Slow Good

July 9, 2010
By Marla Cimini
It’s Slow Good

If it weren’t for the swift action of the Slow Food movement, a little delicacy known as the Delaware Bay oyster might be only a sweet memory. Once consumed widely throughout the United States, by the 1990s this local oyster was considered an endangered seafood, but since 2003 it has made a comeback. The...

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