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Topic - Jennifer Lee
The screenwriter and director of the Disney film "Frozen" has encouraged University of New Hampshire graduates to do away with self-doubt.
The screenwriter and director of the Disney film "Frozen" spoke at her alma mater Saturday, encouraging University of New Hampshire graduates to do away with self-doubt.
"Tiger Mom" Amy Chua claimed recently that there's something special about Chinese immigrants, who often end up ahead economically and academically. But UCLA researchers say they had a head start and Mexican immigrants actually make more progress.
A University of New Hampshire alumna who directed the animated film "Frozen" is delivering the school's commencement address in May.
With his Oscar win for Best Original Song, "Let It Go" co-composer Robert Lopez has earned his EGOT.
Leave it to John C. Reilly to turn a question and answer session with this year's animated feature Oscar nominees into a gut-wrenching comedic affair.
Sales of existing homes plummeted 27.2 percent to a 15-year low last month despite record-low mortgage rates, shocking markets and heightening worries that housing's steep slide will drag the rest of the economy back into recession.
With no further federal incentives, Ms. Lee said, the floundering housing market will not be able to stage a recovery unless the pace of job and income growth picks up considerably from anemic levels.
"Mortgage rates at record lows are not enough to entice potential buyers," she said. "Without a job, without steady income, mortgage payments cannot be made, no matter how low the rate. And that's the bottom line."