The Froebe Group team is very excited about our inaugural trip to the Association of American University Presses (AAUP) annual conference. We want to thank all the University Press representatives that stopped by our table to get a little information about our services and we look forward to the opportunity to work with any and […]
A website projects legitimacy and professionalism, and one that attracts viewers’ attention to a company’s message (and keeps it) is a crucial asset for any business, small or large. We at The Froebe Group specialize in top-to-bottom website design, in making the perfect custom website for your company. Whether a simple online “brochure,” or a complex property […]
In the more than $10 billion dollar college textbook industry, students are captive consumers. Each semester during syllabus week, they face the infuriating task of spending hundreds of dollars on material they will never look at again after just a few months.
The Froebe Group is growing. As we expand our services in web site development and digital publishing, we’ve come to the point where the digital team needs more space to meet and work. The new office is coming together with a new rug and sofa. Soon we will have new desks and work can begin.
Congratulations to our production editor Annalisa Rodriguez who is returning to Chicago where she has accepted a new job offer. We shall miss her and we wish her well. Join us in saying goodbye to Annalisa on Wednesday, May 20th, around 5:30 pm at The Black Door (www.blackdoornyc.com).
Novelist Susannah Marren is the alter ego of women’s studies writer and educator Susan Shapiro Barash. After working with the author for years on her non-fiction author site, we have created a new site for Susannah Marren and her debut novel, Between the Tides.
A Supreme Court that once included former senators and governors is populated today by judges with nearly identical résumés. Akhil Reed Amar, a professor of constitutional law at Yale, explains why that’s a mistake.
Our own Sunil Kumar has organized a happy hour for people interested in learning more about or getting involved with Slow Food NYC, the non-profit organization that works to create a food system based on quality, sustainability, and social justice.
Bamie daydreaming about her beloved Patriots …
Indiana’s new Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) has provoked a firestorm of criticism from activists who fear that it could be invoked as a defense of discrimination against LGBT people. And on the other side, many have embraced the law for exactly the same reason. The Indiana religious right group Advance America praised the law, saying it would help ensure that “Christian bakers, florists and photographers [are not] punished for refusing to participate in a homosexual marriage.” Dylan Matthews, writing for Vox, spoke with Professor Laycock recently.