pg 2 - 8 Collar - Via Latina
Collar's 'Via Latina' was once considered an introductory Latin reader - back in the days when students had many more hours of tuition than nowadays, and when expectations were much higher. It would nowadays suit an intermediate - advanced student. The first section re-tells the story of the Argonauts, using the same text ( with subtle variations in language here and there) to the text in Sanford and Scott's Junior Reader. The rest of the reader contains new material. The pdf is available o
PG 8 - 13 COLLAR - VIA LATINA
recorded 2011. See first episode for details.
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Campaign for Charities 2012
Once a year, UGA conducts a single fundraiser—the Campaign for Charities—for contributions to United Way organizations, statewide independent agencies and independent federations approved through the State Charitable Contributions Program.
Gold Panning Lesson With Miner John On Woods Creek Jamestown, California This seven minute video gives good instructions and shows the tedious process. Students can see how much time it takes and gain a better understanding of the effort involved.
The David Pakman Show - Income Inequality Isn't Good for America
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Cold comfort for black Libyans in Benghazi
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Impact: The Nottingham Experience - New Theatre
David D. Burhans Civic Fellows Symposium 2011: Caitlin Manak ('12)
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David D. Burhans Civic Fellows Symposium 2011: Jessica Workman ('12)
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Authors@Google: Bart Ehrman
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