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Helpful Voting/Election Related Links

*Excited about the presidential election? Great! I want us to remember though that we elect a lot of other people besides the president and those people make an enormous difference as well. Local level and state level elections are equally as important. Yes, voting is only a small part of being civically engaged, but it is an important part. Voting in as many elections as you can is not as exhausting as it sounds. Here are some links to make it easy for you*

What is Civic Engagement? 

I do not know if I am registered

I never know when elections are and I am afraid I’m going to miss them, can someone remind me?

I know my views on many of the major issues, but I am not sure which candidates (presidential or congressional) align with my views the most

I wish there was a website that had all politicians biographies, voting records, issue positions, ratings, speeches, and campaign finance information all in one place

I wish there was a reputable non partisan blog that statistically predicted how elections were going to turn out

*know more awesome election related websites? Send them my way!*

Father Conrado Balweg, born 1944 in northern Philippines Cordillera Mountains. He was working as a priest when he joined the New People’s Army (NPA),

(Filipino: Bagong Hukbong Bayan) the armed wing of the Communist Party of the Philippines. He later founded the Cordillera People’s Liberation Army (CPLA).

In 1986 the CPLA broke away from the Communist New People’s Army.

The group disbanded in 2011, focusing presently on socio-economic welfare of the Cordillera people. Ka Ambo his Rebel name died in 1999, killed by his own brother who was a member of the New People’s Army on disagreement on

their political differences.

 Rest in Peace Ka Ambo.  

Political participation is so important. If you think that your vote doesn’t matter think of the history of the vote. There is a whole history of struggle for access to this right. EXERCISE YOUR CIVIC RIGHT. PRACTICE CIVIC ENGAGEMENT. 

I need everyone to please please please go get registered to vote and go get your absentee ballots. CPLA is working really hard to make this easy for you. 

Thanks CPLA for being awesome!

Kappas Take New York: CPLA 2011

As a graduating senior (December, 2011), it’s exciting to share my adventures with you. It’s even more exciting when I can share my experiences in New York City (my hometown) involving professionalism and sister bonding (my favorite!). I was lucky to attend the CPLA (Emerson College’s Communication, Politics & Law Association’s) annual trip to New York City recently with other Kappas during the first week of November (Melinda Warren, Dylan Manderlink, Monica De Pinto Ribiero Hancke & Katie Prisco-Buxbaum). 

 


Our days were filled with meetings, networking mixers, and sessions that gave us the opportunity to get to know active members of the Emerson College alumni network in the NYC area. We began our trip at the UN Relief Center. Soon after we met with two Emerson alumnus, Mark Donovan, a social entrepreneur and Kevin Mercuri, founder of Prophetta Communications.  

Aside from lunch and dinner dates, we were lucky to take a tour of NY1, New York City’s 24-hour news channel where various Emersonians work. Our midnight run to Cafe Lalo as a group is one of my favorite CPLA traditions. It’s a great, cozy cafe with delicious food (especially desserts!) that has made its way to various movies (with good reason!). Not only did we have great conversations, but we also ate delicious food. It was truly the best trip I’ve taken with this organization over the past three and a half years and I wish it wasn’t my last. 


I loved bonding and exploring the city with my sisters and friends. Creating lasting relationships with Emersonians who are doing great things in the concrete jungle is one of the most rewarding aspects of my CPLA involvement. I was fortunate to be able to catch up with a few Kappas who are currently chasing their dreams in New York (Katie Coral-Sicora, Bettina Warshaw, Kerri Donnelly and Rachael Bralow). Catching up with friends, colleagues, and my sisters was the icing on my weekend cake. My adventures don’t stop here so stay tuned…

LIK,

Valerie Molina

Marketing Communications, 2011 Pledged Fall 2009

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Educated Analysis on Capella Education (NASDAQ:CPLA)

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Capella Education Co. (NASDAQ:CPLA) reported strong earnings for the fourth quarter, so how is the stock priced from an earnings and growth pespective though? In their release of fourth quarter earnings CPLA reported an earnings surprise of 99 cents versus consensus estimates of 92 cents, with revenue being pretty much in line with expectations. The higher earnings were due to cost control measures and lower marketing costs. [Trend Analysis]

Capella Education Co. (NASDAQ:CPLA) last traded at $65.47 after moving up 0.24% for the trading day.

CPLA is trading with a trailing 12 month P/E multiple of 21.61 and an estimated forward P/E multiple of 17.22. The stock has an estimated 5 year annual growth of 12.01% and a PEG multiple of 1.80.

From a value investor perspective, as mentioned Capella Education Co. trades on an estimated forward P/E multiple of 17.22. The current estimated forward P/E ratio for the market as a whole is approximately 19.82. Therefore, for value investors CPLA appears to be underpriced.

For growth investors, who are more interested in growth into the longer term for the stock, we look at the PEG multiple (P/E to growth) of Capella Education Co. (NASDAQ:CPLA). This PEG multiple takes into account the expected long term growth in earnings of Capella Education Co. rather than merely the growth for one full earnings period ahead.

As a rule of thumb, growth investors often believe a stock with a PEG of between 0 and 1 is considered to be underpriced, between 1 and 2 to be at fair value and over 2 to be overpriced. Based on the PEG ratio of CPLA being 1.80, we consider Capella Education Co. to likely be priced at fair value.

The mean analyst 12 month target price for Capella Education Co. (NASDAQ:CPLA) is currently $74.33 or 13.53% above the current price. Additionally, the stock has been as high as $77.86 and as low as $52.89 in the last 52 weeks. Analysts are estimating that CPLA will report earnings per share of $0.86 next quarter.

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The Planning War Zone, Battle for L.A.
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Poised to be the grandaddy of all the initiatives ever to impact the built environment of the city, a proposed ballot initiative called  the Neighborhood Integrity Initiative, sponsored by a group called the Coalition to Preserve L.A. (CPLA), is the talk of the town at the moment.

Initially underwritten by the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, who thinks densification is a public health issue, the proposed initiative has the potential of stopping all the large scale development in Los Angeles. It aims to put a halt on the ‘vibrant’ urban lifestyle which the developers, their political representatives and good number of gentrification people have been advocating at the cost of minorities, low-income communities and the majority of L.A.’s residents who have been struggling to come up with the outrageous rents month after month until they finally fall victim to substandard housing, homelessness or move far away places in many cases.

Of course, the issue is not as simple as I put it down. In th…

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Capella Education Co. – Value Analysis (NASDAQ:CPLA) : February 4, 2016
Click here to see latest analysisCapitalcube gives Capella Education Co. a score of 84.Our analysis is based on comparing Capella Education Co. with the following peers – American Public Education, Inc., Strayer Education, Inc., ITT Educational Services, Inc., Career Education Corporation, Grand Canyon Education, Inc., DeVry Education Group Inc., Apollo Education Group, Inc. Class A, […] (Read more...) The post Capella Education Co. – Value Analysis (NASDAQ:CPLA) : February 4, 2016 appeared first on CapitalCube.
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Planning War Zone: The Battle for L.A.
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Poised to be the grandaddy of all the initiatives ever to impact the built environment of the city, a proposed ballot initiative called  the Neighborhood Integrity Initiative, sponsored by a group called the Coalition to Preserve L.A. (CPLA), is the talk of the town at the moment.

Initially underwritten by the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, who thinks densification is a public health issue, the proposed initiative has the potential of stopping all the large scale development in Los Angeles. It aims to put a halt on the ‘vibrant’ urban lifestyle which the developers, their political representatives and good number of gentrification people have been advocating at the cost of minorities, low-income communities and the majority of L.A.’s residents who have been struggling to come up with the outrageous rents month after month until they finally fall victim to substandard housing, homelessness or move far away places in many cases.

Of course, the issue is not as simple as I put it down. In th…

The Planning War Zone, The Battle for L.A.
External image

Poised to be the grandaddy of all the initiatives ever to impact the built environment of the city, a proposed ballot initiative called  the Neighborhood Integrity Initiative, sponsored by a group called the Coalition to Preserve L.A. (CPLA), is the talk of the town at the moment.

Initially underwritten by the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, who thinks densification is a public health issue, the proposed initiative has the potential of stopping all the large scale development in Los Angeles. It aims to put a halt on the ‘vibrant’ urban lifestyle which the developers, their political representatives and good number of gentrification people have been advocating at the cost of minorities, low-income communities and the majority of L.A.’s residents who have been struggling to come up with the outrageous rents month after month until they finally fall victim to homelessness or move to far away places.

Of course, the issue is not as simple as I put it down. In the real crux of the problem lays …