🔴 The US Economy Sliding into Recession (w/Danielle DiMartino Booth)

I like to think of big sell-side Macroeconomists as saying well the car is running so it must be fine Well, they’re just looking at the headlines If you look underneath the hood There’s leaks here and tubes breaking there and you know the engines about to break down and your transmissions about to fall out So at the beginning of the year quill intelligence came out with its three big predictions for the year one of them Was that

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SOAR Webinar: Appeals: Hearing Skills Building

– [Moderator] Okay, hello, everyone and welcome to today’s Soar webinar series on Hearing Skills Building part two, on pre-hearing preparation. Today’s webinar is presented by the SAMHSA Soar Technical Assistance Center at Policy Research Associates, under contract to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. My name is Pam Heine, I’m a Senior Project Associate with the SAMHSA Soar TA Center, and I’ll be moderating today’s event. Before we

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Students Who Soar: Bianca Gonzalez

I never knew my major going into college. I didn’t know what to expect coming in here and I took a philosophy course just in my introductory year, and I instantly fell in love with it – like in the first two weeks of classes I knew that philosophy was what I really wanted to do for the rest of my life. Hi my name is Bianca Gonzalez I’m a junior in philosophy. I am a first-generation college student. Neither

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Youth Forum

I think Edinburgh is a great city because there is quite a lot of opportunities for young people to do and a quite a lot of activities there is a lot of good parks and places for young people to hang out in and have fun Education is free for everyone that’s lived in Scotland which means no matter your background or where you’re from your gonna have opportunities at later life if you work hard in school….. What I

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Learning to Water Ski: Independence and Balance

Hi, I’m Kerri Vanderbom and I was a competitive water skier for about fifteen years. I’m here at the Lakeshore pool with Aimee Bruder, who is a former paralympic swimmer, and she wants to learn more about water skiing. So, Aimee so I know you’ve been recreational skiing for awhile now what is it that you really want to work on? I want to be able to have better balance in the water, to be able to be more independent

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Pocket Sliding Glass Doors at 8084 Entrada De Luz E in Santaluz

One of the really cool features about this property that was built in 2013– one of the newer properties actually in Santaluz (it’s a custom estate), is our corner doors that easily slide with one finger… I can do it with one finger… and it really provides a lovely indoor/ outdoor space. Here’s the other one that quickly just slides shut. And as I said, this is one of the first houses in Santaluz, custom homes, that were allowed to

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SOAR Webinar: Understanding and Using Vocational Information for Quality SOAR Applications

– [Pam] Hello, everyone. And welcome to the first webinar in our two-part series on completing quality SOAR applications. Today we will be discussing vocational information and its importance for completing quality SOAR applications and how this information can also be used to further the vocational goals of the SOAR applicant. My name is Pam Heine, Senior Project Associate at the SOAR TA Center, and I will be your moderator today. Before we begin, just a few housekeeping items to

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Major Decisions: Aviation

My name is Michael Mower. I am the Executive Director and Chief Instructor for SUU’s fabulous Aviation Program. The degree in aviation is very important it does show the employers that you’re willing to go that extra mile and achieve something beyond just the flight certificates. The other big reason for the degree is it gives you a fallback. If at some point you can no longer fly, the companies you are working for may be able to use you

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Students Who Soar: Jordan Stover

Ever since I was about seven years old, my grandma always sewed her whole life. She did mainly like quilts and purses and stuff like that, and she started to teach me. I’ve always been really big into art and all that, so this is the perfect combination of the artistic side of it with an illustration and then also the hands-on of the sewing. Hi, my name is Jordan Stover I’m a senior in the Fashion and Textile Technology

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Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire – Soar Trailer Analysis (Secrets & Hidden Details)

Nintendo recently released a torrent of new info on Pokémon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire, showing that while these may be remakes, they’ll have enough changes to the gameplay systems that it’ll feel like a brand new game. But you know us. We want to take an even closer look with the old Analysis Machine and while there might not be much actually hidden in the trailer, it will provide a better sense of what this new content entails. With

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