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Senate majority leader practices politics of personal destruction
Topic - J. Gabriel Scala
"No one is too upset about not being offered health benefits. What's upsetting — and dangerous — is all the hours being cut," said Ms. Scala, a 41-year-old with a master's degree in creative writing, a doctorate in English and an opportunity to teach full time this fall at a university.
The bottom line is that no Virginia adjunct professor at a community college can earn more than $17,000 a year before taxes when the changes take effect in a few weeks, said J. Gabriel Scala, an adjunct English professor at J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College, which serves the Richmond area.