Marcia Clemmitt

Category: People and their stories

Sample Small Business Newsletter

March 17th, 2017

Apparel Company Cut From a Different Cloth

Business Researcher March 1st, 2015

In Argentina, Francis Navigated Rough Political Waters

CQ Press June 7th, 2013

Volunteer Programs Lacking for Low-income Kids

CQ Press January 27th, 2012

Fickle Finger of Fate Can Make Painkillers Addictive

CQ Press October 9th, 2009

Memories of Covering Sen. Edward M. Kennedy

CQR Blog August 26th, 2009 His long career in the Senate... was marked by an unrelenting focus on, someday, somehow, ensuring that all Americans would have reliable, affordable health insurance.

What the Athletes Told Me

CQ Researcher blog May 21st, 2009 “While an adrenaline rush is part of it, you can have an adrenaline rush having sex in your own bedroom. What 'Type Ts' really thrive on is challenges, and they often believe they can control their own fate.”

Are Extreme Sports More Dangerous than Other Sports?

CQ Press April 3rd, 2009

Action Sports Versus the Environment

CQ Press April 3rd, 2009

Extreme Sports

CQ Researcher blog April 3rd, 2009 “If you see a kid going down the street, you may think he’s a thuggy jerk, but if he’s jumping on and off the curbs on a skateboard, making it look smooth, then that kid has a tremendous work ethic. That kid is practicing an art form, and has an interest in doing something right.”

Prostitutes' Stories Reflect Larger Society

CQ Press May 23rd, 2008

Internet Lures More Men Into Sex Trade

CQ Press May 23rd, 2008

Who Buys Sex?

CQ Press May 23rd, 2008

Big Gaps Outweigh Small Gains in Struggle for Better Indian Health

Medicine & Health September 7th, 1998

(Woman)Power Politics

National Business Woman April 15th, 1996

Step One -- Make It Fun?

National Business Woman April 15th, 1996

Equality Then and Now short features

National Business Woman September 15th, 1995

Seeking Fair Pay

National Business Woman September 15th, 1995

Stranger From the Blue Planet

United States Catholic Conference October 12th, 1991

The Sticky Business of Noncaloric Sugars

The Scientist August 19th, 1991 NASA "said the experiment was going fine. But when it went to Mars they couldn't have a sanitary engineer with just a master's degree talking about it. They wanted me to accept another scientist as principal investigator. But I said, 'The hell I will.'"

Brookhaven's Schwartz: "An Artist of Physics"

The Scientist July 8th, 1991 "There was a light socket, and I thought I'd try putting the current through the scissors."

Physicists Play a Hands-On Role in Super Facilities Construction

The Scientist May 27th, 1991 "You have to be the manager, you have to be an accountant, you have to sweep the floor."

Minority Scientists Broaden Efforts to Fight Environmental Woes of Poor

The Scientist April 29th, 1991

How to Hide an Elephant

Children's Story Scripts January 1st, 1991

The Boy and the Beggars

Holy Childhood Association September 1st, 1990