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Wednesday, 22 August 2012

Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Two University of Colorado professors, one from Boulder and one from Denver, have put together an Electoral College forecast model to predict who will win the 2012 presidential election and the result is bad news for Barack Obama. The model points to a Mitt Romney victory in 2012.
CU Chancellor Says Too Bad To Prof's Qualms About Guns In Class
Dems Seek To Use Akin As A Weapon
WATCH: CSU Student Breaks Ankle On Climbing Trip, Goes Viral
Why The GOP Is Scared Of Ron Paul And Why He Still Might Get Nominated
What Should Be Done With Aurora's Century 16 Theater?
BLOG POSTS
Terry Meng: Boycott Colorado Over University Gun Policy
As a proud graduate of the University of Colorado-Boulder, I am appalled by the state law that allows students to keep and carry weapons in some campus housing.
Dr. Jim Taylor: Four Emotions to Avoid in a Crisis
Our primitive brains, which have yet to catch up with the challenges of business life in the 21st century, may cause you to feel four emotions when faced with a crisis in your work, what I call the caveman crisis chain.
Dr. Peggy Drexler: The Key to Raising Confident Kids? Stop Complimenting Them!
The point isn't to criticize children. But it's to recognize that self-esteem really, truly comes as the result of achievement -- in the classroom, on the field, at home -- rather than false accomplishments.
Gabrielle Union: Breast Cancer Awareness and Screening Saves Lives -- at All Ages
"Fear can literally kill you. It killed me." These were the words my close friend Kristen Martinez said to me two years ago, just days before she died of cancer.
Alex Charfen: The Coming Housing Crisis (Yes, Another Crisis)
It may seem bold to be presenting a housing shortage in the middle of what many consider a housing crash; however, the numbers, market conditions and major market inventories are starting to make this startling prediction real.

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