WVU Celebrate: Fostering a Culture of Professional Development

WVU Celebrate: Fostering a Culture of Professional Development

Hey good morning I guess it’s time to get started. Thank you so much for coming to our session my name is Laurie Ogden I’m a teaching assistant professor in the Department of mathematics here on the main campus and the other members of our panel are Jessica Deshler. She is also in the math […]

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Football clubs should be protected ‘like listed buildings’ after Bury demise – The News

Football clubs should be protected ‘like listed buildings’ after Bury demise – The News

 Football clubs should be protected from unscrupulous owners as if they were listed buildings or national parks, MPs have heard  Parliament’s culture committee has been looking at the future of football club governance following the expulsion of Bury FC  Malcolm Clarke, the Chair of the Football Supporters’ Association, told the committee the expulsion of Bury […]

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How to make Sayori.chr sad song into Doki Doki LITerature Club

How to make Sayori.chr sad song into Doki Doki LITerature Club

(Sick beets) (Boobldy boob) (The music) (Fade in) (Sick beets yet again) (Scared Asian man screaming, are you okay strange Asian man?) {Miraie} What the fuck!? (Beep) Alright boys, listen to this shit, right? (Spoopy toones play) (Ding ding ding…) Sayori: You wanna fucking go mate i’ll square up fite me (Spoop resumes) (Pause) So […]

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Sula: Crash Course Literature #309

Sula: Crash Course Literature #309

Hi. I’m John Green, this is Crash Course Literature, and today, we’re talking about Toni Morrison’s novel Sula. Sula is a story about the power and peril of friendship in adolescence, but it’s also a fascinating study of how places and families make us up. Morrison’s slim novel explores many of our biggest questions: Are […]

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Introduction to Western Civilization II

Introduction to Western Civilization II

Welcome to the Modern States course in Western Civilization II. My name is Dr. Robert Clemm, and I am currently with the Department of History at Grove City College and teach online at Southern New Hampshire University. The aim of this course is to prepare you for the CLEP exam in Western Civilization II. These […]

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Civilization Song – Fear (Deadmau5 – The Veldt PARODY) ♪

Civilization Song – Fear (Deadmau5 – The Veldt PARODY) ♪

Creating life and technology. Look how our planet blooms. With what we’ve made, we’re helping us be together harmony. Nearby The Man looks on. Nothing but hate remains. He’ll never leave and he won’t allow us to continue the way we are. Fear the world that destruction creates. Every day their sent in our sleep. […]

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The Credit Union Lady | Credit Unions of BC

The Credit Union Lady | Credit Unions of BC

How old were you here, mum? Oh, around about 18, 19 – 19 I guess. And this one? 100. [laughter] [indistinct noises] [music playing] [indistinct noises] My name is Ruth Allan. I’ve worked in the credit union, going to the schools. The kids brought their money to school and I was there every week for […]

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El Monte Union High School District: Community Committed to College and Career.

El Monte Union High School District: Community Committed to College and Career.

(gentle music) – El Monte Union has served the greater El Monte community for over a century. It serves a population that strives for excellence and wants students to succeed. Our motto is, a community committed to college and career, and we develop that motto to be explicit about what our purpose is in this […]

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Christopher Rea, Professor of Modern Chinese Literature

Christopher Rea, Professor of Modern Chinese Literature

My name is Christopher Rea and I teach modern Chinese language, literature, and cinema at UBC. I’m primarily a literary and cultural historian focusing on the Chinese speaking world. I’m also a translator of both modern and classical Chinese literature. My research is eclectic, but one of its goals is to trace what might be […]

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Liberals, Conservatives, and Pride and Prejudice Part 2: Crash Course Literature 412

Liberals, Conservatives, and Pride and Prejudice Part 2: Crash Course Literature 412

Hi I’m John Green, this is Crash Course Literature. And today we’ll continue our discussion of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, a book that reads like it was written by your funny and mean best friend, who also happens to be a brilliant novelist and a pretty interesting moral philosopher. / I mean, I love […]

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