Thinking Through Degree Choices

I’ve blogged a few times about the topic of choosing a college and degree over the past three years (on April 13 twice and Nov. 3 of 2013; Sept. 9, 2014), but I’m going to try to reframe the topic here in terms of three central questions: What are the emotional facets of your decision to chooseContinue reading “Thinking Through Degree Choices”

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Reporting this Week on Electric Cars

Here’s the problem with reporting on electric cars: According to the infographic below, there are about 6 million car accidents in the US every year, while 3 million people die in car accidents every year, but if one thing goes wrong with one electric car, it’s national news. Tesla started collecting data on its users’Continue reading “Reporting this Week on Electric Cars”

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Sanders’s vs Clinton’s Senate Records

All links below are to search results on congress.gov. Bernie Sanders sponsored or co-sponsored 6,251 pieces of legislation during his time in Congress (Senate: 2007-present, or nine years; House: 1991-2006, or 15 years). Of these, he was the primary author of, or sponsored, 781 bills. Three of the bills he sponsored became law (two having to do withContinue reading “Sanders’s vs Clinton’s Senate Records”

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