Author Archives: Mitchell Shumway

Mitchell Shumway

About Mitchell Shumway

Mitch is currently attending Fordham University and will graduate in Spring 2016. He was born and raised in New Hampshire. He is connoisseur of fine gluten free foods and loves music, skiing, and traveling. Mitch reports on current events, public relations, and politics for MUIPR.

Five reasons why you need to drop everything, and go read Tactful Tidbits right now

Self Help, Personal Growth, Tactful Tidbits For a Tasteful Tomorrow, Self-Help book, Author, Manners, Modern Etiquette

1)  Cheyney Alexandria Easely Fermin is fabulous Mother, wife, author, and clinical research professional, this woman truly does it all; Fermin is bilingual, and enjoys having a large family and a diverse network of friends. Experiencing many funny, awkward, and interesting situations compelled her to write Tactful Tidbits for a Tasteful Tomorrow with the hope that… Read More

Against all odds: How philanthropist, Saya Doe-Sio, renews hope for women and children in Liberia

Philanthropist, Saya Doe-Sio, helping women and children in Liberia.

Annie T. Doe always wanted a child she could name after her mother.  In 1974, her ninth child was born, and she named her Saya, after her mother.  Saya went everywhere and did everything with her mother. Some of their favorite past time activities included helping those less fortunate in their local town, and this… Read More

Tactful Tidbits for a Tasteful Tomorrow: A review

Self Help, Personal Growth, Tactful Tidbits For a Tasteful Tomorrow

(92 pages | Available in paperback via Amazon | $14) Tactful Tidbits for a Tasteful Tomorrow started out as a joke among friends.  Cheyney Alexandria Easely Fermin and her friends would trade stories about their own lives, people that they knew, and their opinions on various topics; they would always joke that they should, “put… Read More

Cheyney Fermin’s guide to a tasteful tomorrow

Self Help, Personal Growth, Tactful Tidbits For a Tasteful Tomorrow, Self-Help book, Author, Manners, Modern Etiquette

Cheyney Alexandria Easely Fermin, author of upcoming self help book, “Tactful Tidbits for a Tasteful Tomorrow” has had a career as a clinical research professional for the past nine years.  She received an undergraduate degree from Michigan State University, a Master’s degree in public health from Boston University, and has studied the healthcare system in… Read More

As Faces of Hope Gala draws near, the Nigerian Healthcare Foundation discusses humanitarian aide

As Faces of Hope Gala draws near, MUI Daily News discusses humanitarian aid with the Nigerian Healthcare Foundation

According to the World Health Organization life expectancy at birth for men and women in Nigeria is estimated at 54 and 55 years respectively. Diseases that modern medicine can prevent, such as malaria and tuberculosis, cause many of these early deaths. The Nigerian Healthcare foundation is working to fix this problem, and has been doing… Read More