Called Live NF, the plan is to entice people to live in Niagara Falls by paying off their student loans.
As they say, “What happens in Vegas is environmental sustainability.”
Maybe we should think about a whole lot of things before placing my nephew’s need for a plastic dinosaur with his chicken nuggets on the list.
I assume we’re supposed to think, “Oh. Maybe I’m being too harsh on Lena Dunham and Girls because I’m sexist. Sexism solved.”
While we have been rightfully celebrating state ratification of gay marriage, as long as the wildly unconstitutional Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) is still in effect, there are very large limits to that power – namely, immigration.
Officially, the school’s tuition is $38,550, but every student who attends the school receives a full-tuition scholarship. That used to be true for graduate students as well, but the school has recently put an end to the policy. The school will likely end that for undergraduate students as well.
It may seem that going “green” might be the last thing on the minds of the tenants who live in New York City’s housing projects.
For anyone who has spent any significant amount of time in a city, homelessness becomes a fact of life – but it shouldn’t be.
Today, in New York, the Nassau County police department decided that they would drop the charges against three boys, despite the fact that there were witnesses and evidence. Why? The department decided that the 15-year-old female victim could not have possibly been raped, because all the parties involved were mentally disabled.