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Even University Presidents Lose Their Minds When Their Teens Apply to College
Richard Holz filled out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, known as the Fafsa, for his two daughters. Like many parents, he found the process baffling. “It’s like they want to know your shoe size,” says Dr. Holz. “They want to know so much ....
November 29, 2022
Uncertainties about climate compensation fund trigger skepticism
“A loss and damage fund has been established and that’s important on its own, but it’s an empty vessel,” Morgan Bazilian, a public policy professor at the Colorado School of Mines, told The Hill.
November 22, 2022
VERIFY: Highest heating bills in years, U.S. Energy agency predicts
"In 2019, you couldn't export as much natural gas because physically it was impossible," said Ian Lange, director of the Mineral and Energy Economics Program at Colorado School of Mines. "You need to liquefy it, and you know, so you need to freeze it ....
November 15, 2022