Billionaire’s Gift to Morehouse Students Could Bring a Tax Hit
Morehouse College’s graduating class got quite the surprise over the weekend, when their commencement speaker promised to pay off their outstanding student loans. But students aren’t totally out of the woods yet—they could still be liable for potentially thousands of dollars in taxes on their newly canceled debts.
New York Bill May Give Access to Trump’s Tax Returns—And Open Door to Target Others
New York is on the cusp of enacting a law that could help congressional Democrats gain access to President Donald Trump’s state tax returns, potentially opening the door for Congress to obtain tax records for any New York resident or business they want to investigate.
Dr. Edward Lynch (Dental) has just been elected again by his peers as the 29th most influential person in dentistry in 2019, The results were published in the U.K. Journal Dentistry this month in May. Lynch is one of only two people to have been voted every year in the Top 50 influencers in Dentistry since this voting started 17 years ago.
Presentation: Peter Michel, Jimmy Chang, Karla Irwin, and Tammi Kim
Peter Michel, Jimmy Chang, Karla Irwin, and Tammi Kim (all Libraries) recently presented at the Conference of Inter-Mountain Archivists and Society of Southwest Archivists 2019 Joint Annual Meeting in Tucson, Arizona. The participants all presented on an educational session titled Learning From Las Vegas: Documenting the Architecture of an...
Michael Green (History) published the essay "Eastern and Western Empire: Thaddeus Stevens and the Greater Reconstruction," in The Worlds of James Buchanan and Thaddeus Stevens: Place, Personality, and Politics in the Civil War Era, edited by Michael J. Birkner, Randall M. Miller, and John W. Quist.