Have you ever, out of a clear blue sky and without warning, had the lyrics of an old song you hadn’t sung in years suddenly pop up in your mind? Or memories of some incident that happened many moons ago come bubbling, perhaps from out of the deepest recesses of your psyche or inner self?
You may have been hearing a lot lately about the Federal Reserve, better known the “Fed,” and its chairman, Ben Bernanke. You may also already know that the Fed has an influence on interest rates, which in turn influences the economy. But there is more to the Fed than meets the eye, and the reasons behind the interest rate changes may interest you as an investor.
In the immortal words of Bob Dylan, “The Times They Are a-Changin’.”
That’s certainly been the case with our Lincoln Parish Colleges over the past as we’re seen the Dan Reneau era come to a close at Louisiana Tech and the Percy Caldwell era end for Grambling State.
Reneau’s last official day as Louisiana Tech’s president was last Friday, with Les Guice set officially taking the reigns of the university on Monday.
But that doesn’t mean changes hadn’t already been happening for Tech. Guice has already had to make some key decisions and finds himself preparing to make another at that.
When I first got married, my money was my money, and my husband Robert’s money was my money. We had several double credit cards such as Dillard’s, Sears and JC Penney. I had Nordstrom, May Company, Lewis, etc.