Model Candice Swanepoel becomes double the angel
Nov. 08 - Victoria's Secret model prepares to walk in the label's legendary runway show. Alicia Powell reports.
NASA is not Cancelled
NASA co-ops remind us that the space program is DEFINITELY NOT CANCELLED.
Join NASA: The Sky is NOT the Limit
We're going to send humans farther into space than ever before ... and eventually to Mars. We need YOU to help plan for this future of exploration. Join NASA: Get your application in now for the 2013 Astronaut Candidate Class. More info: http://www.nasa.gov/flynasa
Occupy Wall Street protesters march through NYC
Nov. 15 - Aerial footage shows hundreds of Occupy Wall Street protesters marching in New York near the corner of Broadway and Canal Street. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
De ruimte in : De bewegingen van de aarde In deze multimediale les ontdekken de leerlingen alles over de gevolgen van de bewegingen van de hemellichamen in ons zonnestelsel. De bordles wordt vergezeld van een uitgebreid lesscenario. Deze les vind je eveneens terug op de DVD …
In deze multimediale les ontdekken de leerlingen alles over de gevolgen van de bewegingen van de hemellichamen in ons zonnestelsel.
De bordles wordt vergezeld van een uitgebreid lesscenario. Deze les vind je eveneens terug op de DVD …
Europe Day Ahead: Monti to present plan to Italian senate
Nov. 16 - Italy takes centre stage on Thursday as the new prime minister presents his programme for government to the senate. The move comes after unveiling a cabinet lineup featuring academics and businessmen.
LMP Summit Speaker Panel
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London Business School celebrates five years in the Middle East
Hear from staff and students as London Business School celebrates five years of the Executive MBA programme in Dubai.
Hamburger Art (Third Place: CCA 2011 R.A.W. Video Contest)
Sky Richards (Film) placed third for "Hamburger Art"
Backstage at New Theatre: The Hothouse by Harold Pinter
This week we're on the set of the Hothouse by Harold Pinter. See www.newtheatre.org.uk for ticket info and upcoming shows.
Why Study... the Hebrew Bible with Carly Crouch
'The Hebrew Bible' is the name given to the collection of ancient writings that come from Judaism and constitute 'the bible' for Jews and which makes up the major part of the 'Old Testament' read by Christians.
BIO190 Session 10 Fall 2011
BIO190 Marine Life - Session ten 11/15/2011 Sarah Swain with guest, Staci Wong
Asia Regional Night: Indonesia
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Shortchanged: Understanding the Women's Wealth Gap
Women and Public Policy Program, Harvard Kennedy School Women now receive more college degrees than men and enter the workforce with better job opportunities than ever before. So why does the typical woman have less than half of the wealth of the typical man? How is it that never-married women have only 2% as much wealth as similarly situated men? Drawing on the most comprehensive data on wealth and on in-depth interviews, Dr. Chang shows how differences in earnings, in saving and investing, a
GRCC Board of Trustees Nov. 2011
NTL - Emerging challenges: cyber space and cyber strategy
Prof. Jeff Caton, CSL, presents a noon-time lecture
Simple Substitutions - Problem 1 of 3
This video is a continuation and provides an example of a simple situation that require the method of substitution. This example demonstrates how to solve a problem using integration by substitution. (3:18)
Beetlejuice - Poe Pourri part 2
Examines the use of irony and personification. Also, there are many Edgar Allen Poe references throughout. (5:08)
Brazil: Arts and Culture in Brazil
Salvador, the capital of the state Bahia, was the first capital of Brazil.
Slavery was common in Brazil until it was abolished in 1888. Today, Salvador has the largest population of African-Americans in any city out of Africa. Ancient African rhythms transformed to the present day samba. A good look at the people and culture of this community.
U.S. Day Ahead: Manufacturing to stay sluggish-analyst
Nov. 16 - Expect the Philly Fed Index to remain in the doldrums when it is released at 1000 EST, says BNP Paribas U.S. economist Bricklin Dwyer.