"Brian Black" is an American professor of history and environmental studies at Penn State Altoona/Pennsylvania State University at Altoona and head of its department of Arts and Humanities. He received a Bachelor of Arts in English in 1988 from Gettysburg College, a Master of Arts in American Civilization in 1991 from New York University and a Doctor of Education degree in American Studies from the University of Kansas in 1996.

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It has to contain certain features, and it can be written on anything. As long as it has the elements, the surface doesn't make a difference. A check is an order to pay someone, that's all it is.

I think fees are going away.

This is not just a program doing its own thing. We want to be a part of the whole success plan of the school.

Music is something young people get excited about, we thought this format would be great.

Young people's schedules are challenging. We're taking it to the customers instead of having them come to the servants.

It's not a slam dunk to get people from Internet banking into bill pay. You have to get people comfortable with it first of all.

I'm sure we could draw on the experiences of Kennebunkport and try to learn from what they might've gone through.

What they probably would do is create a substitute document for it, ... to put through the paper processing system.