Fact or Faction

Posted by Sonya Landau | November 3, 2016 | Under Campaign, Climate Change, Communications, Education, Language, LCG Blog, Politics, PR, Vocabulary, What You Can Do, Words, Writing

The Sticky Truth The election is right around the corner and the world is in a tizzy about the outcome. News sites and Facebook feeds are brimming with analyses of the latest Trump gaffe, the panic surrounding the “new” Clinton … Continued

Latest Client News: Rally Against the Corporate University

Posted by Sonya Landau | September 18, 2015 | Under Latest Client News

We were thrilled with the immense show of support earlier this month, when 300 people came out to Washington Square Park to protest NYU’s financial practices, as well as those at Cooper Union and the New School. This remarkable event … Continued

Then and Now: Home Ec

Posted by Linda Gross | September 16, 2015 | Under LCG Blog

So, we’re trying something new on the LCG blog: an occasional piece which takes a subject and looks at it through my eyes (old person) and through the eyes of an LCG associate (young person). When we started looking at … Continued

Shocking Report by Professors at New York University Reveals University Education As Just Another Commodity with Exorbitant Rates, Price Gouging and All

Posted by Linda Gross | July 7, 2015 | Under LCG Blog

I remember a time when providing a good, reasonably priced education for all was an ideal that everyone believed in; it wasn’t particularly left or right wing. Thus, we got terrific public universities like the CUNY system here in New … Continued

Warning Signs: Inoculation Against Action

Posted by Sonya Landau | June 9, 2015 | Under LCG Blog

We all do it. Your mom tells you to clean your room, or take out the trash. You say, “Yeah, I’ll get to that,” then promptly forget to do so. She tells you again; you agree again. Eventually you stop … Continued

Have an Intern You’re Not Paying? It’s Wage Theft.

Posted by Linda Gross | February 18, 2015 | Under LCG Blog

When our economy began to tank sometime around 2007, and jobs became more and more scarce, there appeared an incredible spate of “internships.” I use those quotation marks because these “internships” – for all kinds of jobs, in both the … Continued

If It’s Capitalism, Why Not Teach Financial Literacy?

Posted by Linda Gross | August 21, 2014 | Under LCG Blog

Photo from Google Image Search, courtesy of World Financial Group Even though I am the president of this pr firm, I will admit that, before opening LCG Communications, I had little practical knowledge about the actual business side of running … Continued

Latest Client News – Week of January 27, 2014

Posted by Linda Gross | January 31, 2014 | Under Latest Client News

In our latest news, NYUFASP joined local officials, community groups and John Leguizamo to discuss the next steps in the NYU expansion. On Friday, January 24th – two weeks after Manhattan State Supreme Court Justice Donna Mills put a halt … Continued