Purdue dedicates Gatewood Wing of Mechanical Engineering
Purdue University dedicated the Roger B. Gatewood Wing of Mechanical Engineering on Friday (Oct. 21). The new wing, which is connected to the Mechanical Engineering Building, opened in August. It is Purdue's first LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) building, earning a LEED Gold certification. http://www.purdue.edu/newsroom/events/2011/111019CordovaGatewood.html
NTC begins reconciliation with Tuareg
Nov. 7 - Libya's interim authorities start reconciliation talks with the country's Tuareg nomadic tribes, who are considered of vital importance to regional security in Libya's oil-rich south. Nick Rowlands reports.
Lower Intermediate S6 #22 - Tips for Improving your Formal Written Japanese
Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com! When your teacher tells you that your Japanese handwriting needs work, you’re taken aback, but you resolve to work on it. So every night, you practice your Japanese kanji, hoping to improve. Finally, you show your Japanese teacher what you’ve been practicing, and she tells you that it’s better, but you [...]
Interview - Resa Provanzano, Women's Volleyball
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Shoppers flee mall under siege in Mexican resort town
Oct. 30 - Frightened shoppers flee mall in Mexican resort town aftern police chase two suspected drug cartel members . Deborah Lutterbeck reports
News #79 - New Feature Lurking About, Have You Seen It?
Just in time for Halloween, there’s something mysterious lurking around at Innovative Language Learning. But it’s not a monster and it’s not scary either. Based on user feedback, we’re introducing a new feature to our language 101 sites. Have you seen it? This feature makes learning and reviewing easier. Find out which lessons to learn [...]
St. Joseph's College Baseball Team, the Eagles
St. Joseph College Baseball Team, 1894-1895. In addition to baseball, the college fielded a tennis team in its early days.,Jasper County Journey
Natasha Anita's Digital Storybook
Berlusconi readies exit, stocks rise
Nov 8 - Wall Street rallied one percent after Italy's embattled Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi said he would step down after a current austerity budget passes parliament. Conway G. Gittens reports.
CBS Show Time Spanish – Lesson 29
In this week’s episode, Alba and Mark are en la cocina, making a Spanish tortilla. The episode is slightly different from our usual episodes as the audio was recorded live in the kitchen rather than in the studio. There’s no “Act II” this week as the conversation follows the entire process of making the tortilla.
Title not set Lees een compleet projectplan over het organiseren van een student Parlement. Het project duurt een schooljaar en neemt een dubbele les per maand.
Lees een compleet projectplan over het organiseren van een student Parlement. Het project duurt een schooljaar en neemt een dubbele les per maand.
The Presence of the Past: Legal Dimensions of Armenian-Turkish Relations (Afternoon Session)
The Presence of the Past: Legal Dimensions of Armenian-Turkish Relations This symposium explores three contentious issues which are preventing Armenian-Turkish rapprochement. Speakers: Stephan Astourian, The University of Claifornia, Berkeley; Alfred de Zayas, Geneva School of Diplomacy and International Relations; Susan Karamanian, The George Washington University Law School; Catherine Kessedjian, University Pantheon-Assas, Paris II; Raymond Kevorkian, Institut français de géopolitique, Uni
DMC TV: Veterans Office Dedication Ceremony
On Oct. 21, 2011, Del Mar College celebrated the opening of its new Veterans Office in the Harvin Student Center on the East Campus of Del Mar College. The event coincided with the 2011 Veterans Summit hosted by U.S. Rep Blake Farenthold on the College's East Campus.
Liberty and Shakespeare [The Journal of Liberty and Society (2011)] In an October 2002 article in the New York Times, "Next on the Syllabus, Romeo v. Juliet," Adam Liptak investigates the curious if questionable move to install literary texts in law-school curricula. Liptak's opening lines betray his skepticism:
[The Journal of Liberty and Society (2011)]
In an October 2002 article in the New York Times, "Next on the Syllabus, Romeo v. Juliet," Adam Liptak investigates the curious if questionable move to install literary texts in law-school curricula. Liptak's opening lines betray his skepticism:
San Diego, 1940s
This 2:41 long video is a copy of an old film about this city.
Basically, a tourist travel piece, but provides some insights that might be of value to those who want to see this part of America in earlier days.
I Corinthians 13
From the movie A.D. Very beautiful clip, and a great movie.
Love is... as described by the apostle Paul in CH. 13 of his first letter to the Corinthians. Use with New Testament studies. (3:59)
A Day of Thanksgiving
Another 1950s look at the Thanksgiving holiday but with a twist. A family with few resources discover they still have much to be thankful for. A good lesson for all to learn or remember. (13min)
Westmoreland: The General Who Lost Vietnam
Lewis Sorely presents "Westmoreland: The General Who Lost Vietnam," as part of the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center's Perspectives in Military History Lecture Series.