Marvin Schachter


Stories by Marvin Schachter

Taking control

Becoming involved in the political process is the best way to meet the needs of seniors

Author Marvin Schachter Date 04/24/2014
Brown vs. Gray

America is far from meeting the needs of its existing older adult population, much less prepared for the years ahead

Author Marvin Schachter Date 04/04/2013
Work to do

Without hard-fought and still fragile gains, old age would hardly be Golden

Author Marvin Schachter Date 04/12/2012
Seniors in the crosshairs

Lawmakers target the elderly in our equal-opportunity financial crisis

Author Marvin Schachter Date 04/21/2011
Everybody's business
Author Marvin Schachter Date 04/29/2010
Bridging a generational divide

Erase lines that divide us on health, education, housing, economic security and care for seniors and the disabled

Author Marvin Schachter Date 04/30/2009
Right project, wrong place

The medical center being considered for eastern Pasadena is not enough to fill the St. Luke ‘gap'

Author Gene Masuda , Marvin Schachter Date 09/18/2008
Happy to be happy

Conference on Aging offers unique opportunities for region's rapidly graying population

Author Marvin Schachter Date 03/12/2008
Secrets are unhealthy

Time to end the backroom deals on plans for St. Luke Med Center property

Author Irma Strantz , Marvin Schachter Date 12/13/2007
Future shock

What are we going to do when the old folks are us?

Author Marvin Schachter Date 12/07/2006
What if ...

April 5, 1968: When the ‘good’ Sen. Eugene McCarthy spent the day in Pasadena

Author Marvin Schachter Date 12/29/2005