WINDING DOWN: March Matchness at Queens
Three Queens basketball alumni - Sean Kelly '93, Bobby Lindauer '92 and TJ Lewis '97 - have teamed up to issue this challenge to our GOLD alumni. During the month of March, when any gift (regardless of size) is given from a Graduate of the Last Decade, our challengers will add an additional $50 to that gift! Help your alma mater by visiting http://www.queens.edu/march-matchness today!
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Platypus--An Overview
This short video gives excellent real life footage of a platypus. Students will enjoy the sights and sounds of these amazing animals as they interact in their natural environment. The distinctive features that make the platypus so instantly recognizable are its duck-like bill, dense, waterproof fur, webbed feet, and broad, flattened tail. This is a great resource to help build background knowledge and to help make real world connections between nature and the classroom. (3:02)
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Athletic Admissions Eligibility Seminar
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23. The Pope and the Cause of Freedom
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Learn About Saint Patrick's Day
In this video clip, from WatchMojo.com, learn about the tradition behind Saint Patrick's Day, celebrated in Ireland and around the world on March 17. (1:03)
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Shedding Light on Dark Matter
Richard Mushotzky, an astronomy professor at the University of Maryland, presents "Shedding Light on Dark Matter". The illustrated lecture, the third in a series of programs in 2010, is presented through a partnership between the Library's Science, Technology and Business Division and NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. Speaker Biography: Richard Mushotzky is an astronomy professor at the University of Maryland. Mushotzky has received the NASA Medal for Exceptional Scientific Achievement in 1983
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170: Don't make it; buy it!
There’s more than one way to become an entrepreneur: instead of starting your own company, you can go out and buy one.
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Entrepreneurship awards and grants: are they worth the challenge?
Grants are a vital part of early capital-raising for many social enterprises. But can the distraction in competing for these awards affect the development of the business?
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Why innovators don't always win
Experience shows that good ideas and early success aren’t enough. What does it take to stay on top?
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Putting Arab women in the picture
Three Emirati marketing graduates recognised from their vast network of contacts that many women faced the same challenge: they were “time poor but mind active”, and searching for ways to contribute to the region’s social and their own personal and professional, growth.
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Alexnader Graham Bell Documentary
Short documentary of Alexander Graham Bell with photos of him and his family. Run time 02:00
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1.3.2 The fate of incoming solar radiation

Look back at Figure 7. In this schematic representation, what is the fate of incoming solar radiation?

Answer

It is either reflected back to space (31 units) or absorbed by the su
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Cartooning: Drawing Cats
  In this video, a cartoonist demonstrates drawing three cats with different personalities. Cartoons are based upon shapes. The cats begin with the following shapes: bell, football, and an onion.  Clear, step-by-step directions are given.
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Kinect Demo at Quest: Studying Body Language
Randy Belcher and Dan Cutler of SUNY Oswego's human-computer interaction program will show how to use a Kinect controller to study body language and emotion at Oswego's Quest celebration of creativity and scholarly activity on April 18. For more information, visit www.oswego.edu/quest.
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Liberty and Property

In 1956, the Mont Pelerin Society was entering a difficult period in which its intellectual lights were drifting away from liberalism of the old school. Ludwig von Mises used his speech that year to explain why this was a terrible trend. He didn't rebuke anyone. What he did was back away from the events of the day to provide a sweeping reconstruction of economic history from the ancient world to the present. He provided a model of how to think outside one's own generation to understand the re
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Colonial America and the American Revolution
Professor Thomas Woods gives this speech on Colonial America and the American Revolution for the 2001 History of Liberty seminar.

Natural Rights
Marco Bassani discusses Natural Rights at the 2001 History of Liberty seminar.

The US Constitution
Donald W. Livingston gives a speech on the United States Constitution for the History of Libertyseminar in 2001.