Speak Italian with Your Mouth Full - Lesson 5, part 1b (lecture continued) ESG seminar on Italian language, culture, and food: ES.S41, Lesson 5, part 1b (2 of 4). Lecture notes available at: http://www.speakcookitalian.blogspot.com/2012/03/lezione-numero-cinque-part-2-la-mia.html
ESG seminar on Italian language, culture, and food: ES.S41, Lesson 5, part 1b (2 of 4).
Lecture notes available at:
The Pleasure & Perils of Translating the Bible by Robert Alter
On March 26, 2012 the Allen & Joan Bildner Center for the Study of Jewish Life, in conjunction with the Henry Schwartzman Endowed Faculty Seminar, hosted Robert Alter, emeritus professor of Hebrew and comparative literature from the University of California, Berkeley. Alter lectured on "The Pleasures & Perils of Translating the Bible."
2012 Accepted Student Weekend at the College of Charleston -- Admissions CofC
More than 3,000 accepted students and family members arrived at the College of Charleston on Friday, March 24, for Accepted Student Weekend 2012. This two-day event assists students who have been accepted to the College of Charleston make their final decision about enrolling at the College. Families were able to attend a variety of panels on topics such as student life, Greek life, pre-law advising, pre-professional health advising, financial aid and more. Buses were available for exploring off
Mathematics Professor Martin Jones Among "The Best 300 Professors" in the U.S.
The College of Charleston has two of the country's best undergraduate teachers, according to The Princeton Review's new book, The Best 300 Professors. Spanish professor Devon Hanahan and mathematics professor Martin Jones are two of 300 professors that represent the top .02% of the roughly 1.8 million post-secondary teachers instructing students at colleges and universities across the United States. They were chosen from an initial list of 42,000 professors. Martin Jones received his Ph.D. in M
Essentials of Buddha Nature
This two minute video is an interview with a Tibetan
Buddhist nun Ven. Tenzin Palmo explains two essentials of Buddhist
practice: developing mindfulness and learning consideration for others.
The video helps explain how Buddhism can be related to daily living.
The future with will and going to in Spanish
The future with will and going to in Spanish.
How to Twist a Balloon Part 1
This four minute videos shows students the basics of how to twist a balloon into a sculpture. The various twists are shown. Easy to follow.
Windows Phone Minute: Back it on up! Take a minute out of your day to learn about all the killer new features on your Windows Phone. Trust me, you'll be glad you did
Take a minute out of your day to learn about all the killer new features on your Windows Phone. Trust me, you'll be glad you did
Pulitzer-Winning Palaver Back at the height of the financial crisis, Steven Pearlstein of the Washington Post wrote a number of contradictory columns both praising the bank bailout known as TARP while issuing a scathing criticism on how the big banks were using taxpayer funds to pay shareholders
Back at the height of the financial crisis, Steven Pearlstein of the Washington Post wrote a number of contradictory columns both praising the bank bailout known as TARP while issuing a scathing criticism on how the big banks were using taxpayer funds to pay shareholders
Red Ink Hosts Reception, Fundraiser at Arizona State Museum
Red Ink, a Native American student publication, hosted a fundraising event at the Arizona State Museum. The event included music, live artwork and poetry readings. Attendees also participated in a traditional Native American circle dance, which helped raise additional funds.
THE100 Session 8 Spring 2012
TV, Film and Theatre with Bill DeLuca 04/03/12
Duke University Admissions Chat: Spirit
Three Duke students host a web chat on the topic of athletics and spirit at Duke with prospective students.
Stimulants for Cognitive Decline and Memory Loss
During menopause, women may experience a noticeable decline in some cognitive abilities, such as memory. Researchers from the Perelman School of Medicine are investigating this phenomenon, and whether drugs used to treat disorders such as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Attention Deficit (ADHD) might counteract the effect. C. Neill Epperson, an associate professor in Perelman's departments of Psychiatry and Obstetrics/Gynecology, and director of the Penn Center for Women's Behavioral W
Readers Theater 8
Demo of nonprofit's work in schools
Readers Theater 8