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A new study lead by Kenneth Rosenberg of the Lab of Ornithology finds the bird population in the U.S. and Canada has fallen 29% since 1970.
“It may impact the ability to have a month-long strike,” says Art Wheaton, director of Western NY labor and environmental programs the Worker Institute. “It looks like a punitive action against the union — as in, ‘You’re on strike? Here, take this.’”
Weill Cornell Medicine announced it would eliminate debt for all students who qualify for financial aid, starting with the students who began studying at Weill Cornell Medicine this fall.
Miguel Gomez, associate professor of applied economics and management, comments that consumers are looking for meat substitutes for health and sustainability.
Louis Hyman, associate professor in the ILR School, and Robert Frank, professor of management, are both quoted in this article on why American homes are so big compared to those found in other parts of the world.
“The risk is that a rate cut could get interpreted as the Fed just trying to placate Trump,” says Eswar Prasad, senior professor of trade policy.
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