As Chautauquans prepare to navigate the roads and highways toward their respective homes, Ray LaHood devoted the final lecture of the 2015 season to America’s crumbling infrastructure and the measures government must take to avert — and reverse — the crisis.
The United States is one giant pothole, said former U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood, and Congress does not care.
As chairman and CEO of the Coca-Cola Company, a corporation that is often coupled with buzzword brands such as McDonald’s and Nike, Muhtar Kent is tasked with arguably one of toughest sales pitches in multinational commerce: that Coke actually cares about the communities in which it does business.
Kathleen Sebelius has been the facilitator and architect of two livable communities, and she will discuss both of these roles
Creating livable communities falls on many shoulders, including those of businesses and their leaders. Muhtar Kent, chairman and CEO
The solutions to America’s biggest problems can be found in its smallest communities, according to James and Deborah Fallows.
From the Atlantic to the Pacific, from the Great Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico and Mexican border, smaller towns
Growing up on the South Side of Chicago, Toni L. Griffin had less of a black-and-white view of the world than she does now: She was surrounded by African-Americans, glimpsing white culture solely through TV. She didn’t feel underprivileged, nor did she feel becoming an architect was something out of reach.
Story by Laura Scherb | Staff Writer In 2009, Detroit was at the center of hard times: poverty, bankruptcy, increased
The Iran nuclear deal has stirred much debate and controversy in the United States over the last two months. Seyed Hossein Mousavian and Emad Kiyaei, two Iranians, teamed up to shed light on the nuclear deal and Iran’s perspective on the global landscape.