Enrollment at all but three of the state’s community colleges and regional universities fell by amounts greater than expected this fall, officials reported Thursday.
The governors moved past optics Thursday, but fell short of a regional compact on issues of significance.
Federal prosecutor William Nardini on Thursday moved closer to filling a Connecticut seat on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit as the Senate Judiciary Committee cast a lopsided, bipartisan vote in favor of his nomination.
What to do about the huge amount of college debt that is burdening young Americans is emerging as a significant issue in the 2020 elections.
President Trump is being savaged by all sides for his decision to remove our troops from Syria. This allowed Turkey to invade areas occupied by the Kurds, our allies in the fight against ISIS. The House of Representatives voted 354-60 to decry the policy. Newspaper editorials and armchair pundits on Fox News, CNN and MSNBC have berated the President.
Opening up more job opportunities throughout Connecticut to people with disabilities will mean stronger communities and a better economy for all. Achieving this goal requires all of us in Connecticut to work together because people with disabilities are the right talent, right now.
Respect that the well-being of our minds and our bodies are cultivated by the families who raise us, the homes in which we live, the work at which we labor and the people with whom we surround ourselves. Each and every one of us experience an “environmental impact” no less dramatic than the stress being waged upon our planet. It is high time that people and their welfare receive the same level of attention and concern.