Why Do We Go to Prom?

Why Do We Go to Prom?

Great hair, great dresses, and great expectations. The prom has long functioned as a rite of passage for American teenagers as they act out fantasies of a (generally unattainable) adult ideal. But outside of being the center of a ton of teenage dreams, prom is also big business. Money magazine cites a 2015 Visa survey […]

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Classicism and Romanticism | Detailed Explanation | Literature Help | InDepth

Classicism and Romanticism | Detailed Explanation | Literature Help | InDepth

Classicism and Romanticism There are two distinctive tendencies in the history of literature—Classic and Romantic. At some period in the history of Literature one tendency dominates, and then it is followed by the predominance of the other tendency, and in this manner they appear alternately, one following the other. Classicism and Romanticism are artistic movements […]

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Rise and Fall of Indus Valley Civilization

Rise and Fall of Indus Valley Civilization

This video is in collaboration with 11 other history channels find the playlist in the pinned comment below or in the description check out Epimetheus with his video on Bronze Age China and check out knowledgia on his video on the Hittites of Anatolia the Indus Valley Civilisation spanned the region around the Indus Valley […]

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LITERATURE – Samuel Beckett

LITERATURE – Samuel Beckett

The Association [Between] the great irish writer Samuel Beckett and the game of cricket Deserves to Be more Widely Known he Was A fine Player when a student at Trinity College Dublin and Even Married to Mention in A famous Wisdoms The Cricketers Bible the only Nobel Prize Winner to be so lauded on One […]

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#EUArchives – Founding fathers of the European Union: Altiero Spinelli

#EUArchives – Founding fathers of the European Union: Altiero Spinelli

Above all, we must keep on increasing Parliament’s level of overall involvement. That is why we are calling for a new parliamentary committee that whatever its title, would focus exclusively on this issue. In due course, it would produce interim reports, urging Parliament to choose between the various options put forward and to build as […]

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New Cayuga language class focuses on nature, culture

New Cayuga language class focuses on nature, culture

STEVE HENHAWK: My name is Steve Henhawk. That’s my Christian name, I guess. But my name, what was given to me by my grandmother, is [GUYOHKOHNYO]. What that means in Guyohkohnyo, in our language, it talks about the edge of the sky. And that’s the name that she had given me. My role here at […]

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Was Walt Disney a Nazi? | Americana

Was Walt Disney a Nazi? | Americana

Walt Disney, the man of a thousand stories. I’m sure you’ve heard your share of things about this cartoon mogul from him being a closeted Nazi, to a currently frozen head in a tank of liquid nitrogen right now. For just one person, he certainly made a mark in the world. Let’s talk about… Disney. […]

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LGR – Sid Meier’s Civilization – DOS PC Game Review

LGR – Sid Meier’s Civilization – DOS PC Game Review

[Ancient Egyptian MIDI music] [typing] When I think about games that have sucked the most man hours from humanity over the years, Civilization is darned near the top of my list. There are very few games that can reliably turn the early morning into late night with you barely noticing, and it all started with […]

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#History Of #India – #Indus Valley civilization and Rise Of #AryaVarta

Indians history and culture whose dynamic film background beginning of human civilization the history of India is punctuated by the constant integration of migrating people with the diverse culture that surrounds India and available evidence suggests that the use of iron copper and other metals was widely used in ancient India at a very early […]

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Why did King Tut have a flat head?

Why did King Tut have a flat head?

We’re here back in the Human Evolution Lab with Dr. Robert Martin, who is curator emeritus of human evolution here at the Field Museum, and today we’re going to be talking about artificial head binding in ancient Egypt! So uh, Bob can you start by telling us a little bit about what artificial head binding […]

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