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William J. Byron
Where elite secular schools fall short of setting the tone needed to humanize the world of business, Catholic schools can deliver.
In All Things
William J. Byron
'Sacrifice is usually difficult and irksome. Only love can make it easy, and perfect love can make it a joy.'
 Georgetown University
William J. Byron
The Jesuits in American higher education have lost the principle of assignment. In its place, the principle of attraction has been at work since the 1970s. Previously, the superior of a Jesuit province would, after appropriate consultation, assign one of his men to a given college or university facu
HELPING HANDS. AmeriCorps members put up dry wall after the tornado in Joplin, Mo
Politics & Society
William J. Byron
There is a link waiting to be forged between civilian national service and post-service higher educational benefits. If pursued, this link could help ease the burden of student debt and help students meet the out-of-reach prices of higher education.
Now Hiring: Sarah Azad, a senior majoring in telecommunications, at a job and internship fair in New York, April, 2012.
William J. Byron
Many readers of The Wall Street Journal have children in college or are guiding their offspring toward the “right choice” of a college as their secondary school years wind down. So it was not surprising to find a feature article in the Journal’s “Wealth Management” sect
William J. Byron

Principles, once internalized, lead to something. They prompt activity, impel motion, direct choices. A principled person always has a place to stand, knows where he or she is coming from and likely to end up. Principles always lead the person who possesses them some­where, for some purpose, to do something, or choose not to.

William J. ByronCharles Zech
Exit interviews shed light on empty pews
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William J. Byron
A history of American labor by Philip Dray
William J. Byron
What exit interviews could teach us about lapsed Catholics
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William J. Byron
The banker who saved London