Archive | July, 2011

We Need More Latinos Involved In Math & Science

By Jean Rockford Aguilar-Valdez of I have a proposition for us Latinos. A revolution of sorts, and one that is ripe for the making: Latinos need to become a force to be reckoned with in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM). A recent report showed that over the past 10 years, jobs in science, […]

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Political Fence Divides Washington, Debt Talks Still A Stalemate

By Efrain Nieves Last night President Obama and Speaker of the House John Boehner addressed the country on the debt ceiling debate. After listening to both Boehner and Obama speak one thought came to mind.  Sounds to me like there is no chance of a  bipartisan plan that would satisfy both sides. It has gotten ugly.   During […]

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Feeling The Heat? Cool Down With a Batido de Fruta

Across the country the heat has been beating down with temperatures in the 90’s and 100’s. According to The Weather Channel the northeast will be even hotter due to “upper-level ridge of high pressure shifting its focus from the Plains and Missouri Valley to the Appalachians and East” ( I think this weekend we will […]

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