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The Best Way to Pay for College

Posted  August 20, 2012  by  WHUT Howard University Television

PBS NewsHour business and economics correspondent Paul Solman is now answering questions from Next Avenue visitors about personal finances, business and the economy. His advice will appear on Next Avenue as well as Solman’s PBSNewsHour blog, Making Sen$e With Paul Solman,  and the Rundown, NewsHour’s blog of news and insight. PBS NewsHour is an hour-long television news program and accompanying […]

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Arts & Culture

Julia Child Remixed – Keep on Cooking

Posted  August 18, 2012  by  WHUT Howard University Television

Click here to celebrate Julia Child’s 100th Birthday with exclusive episodes, recipes, tributes and more! Watch Julia Child Remixed – Keep on Cooking on PBS. See more from PBS Digital Studios.

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Education Olympics: How Does the U.S. Rank?

Posted  August 15, 2012  by  WHUT Howard University Television

The United States left the 2012 London Olympics with 104 medals in tow. But how do we stack up against the world when it comes to education? According to this infograph by Certification Map, the U.S. — which leads in gold medal count — is ranked seventh in high school graduation rates, trailing countries like Germany, […]

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Health & Wellness

The War Between the Generations is Nonsense

Posted  August 9, 2012  by  WHUT Howard University Television

By Chris Farrell | August 6, 2012 Chris Farrell is economics editor for APM’s Marketplace Money, a syndicated personal finance program.     Baby boomers came of age with the arrival of the generation gap, a time when many went by the motto “Never trust anyone over 30.” Well, my generation is now long past 30, and […]

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