Author Archives: Stacy Ayiers

About Stacy Ayiers

Stacy Ayiers is a graduate student at Walter Cronkite School of Journalism Arizona State University. She has written articles for Arizona Republic and West Valley View. A published Author of The Elevator Ride and working on her second book, Married Women, Stacy started writing in a journalism course as a freshman at Mountain Pointe High School. Her goal is to continue to learn how to provide real news efficiently.

10 Ways To Go Green For Free In Your Home

Go Green 2011
by in Blogs | Economy | Green

“Going Green” is more than a term for saving our planet; it’s a lifestyle. Changing the way you perform everyday household activities can help you save money, energy and time. You don’t have to leave home or spend money to turn your house green. The following simple activities take little to no effort to increase… Read More →

Companies Devote Time To Black History Month

black history month 2011
by in Blogs | Contests | Education | Events

As we kick off Black History Month, Arizona companies devote time for sharing, caring and supporting ethnic communities. Employers understand the importance of spreading the love and have done so with educational scholarships, funding for schools and free entertainment. USAA United Services Automobile Association (USAA), an investment and insurance company, offers specific educational opportunities during… Read More →

Resumes Have A New Look — Is Yours Outdated?

Write a Resume Correctly.
by in Economy | Workforce

Today’s job market is scarce, and just as times have changed so has the way a resume is destined for either an interview or the round filing cabinet. According to Michael Wong, Director of Career Services for the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University, “The best information to include… Read More →

Eddie Basha Jr., CEO And Chairman, Bashas’ Family Of Stores

Eddie Basha Jr., CEO And Chairman, Bashas' Family Of Stores, 2008

Eddie Basha Jr. CEO and chairman, Bashas’ Family of Stores Describe your very first job and what lessons you learned from it. I was 11 years old and it was summer vacation. My mom was making a cake and needed something for it, so she sent me to our family store on my bicycle to… Read More →