GoNUxstream Game Recap - Men's Basketball vs. Drexel - Feb. 1, 2012
The Northeastern men's basketball team dropped a 61-53 decision to visiting Drexel on Wednesday night at Matthews Arena. The Huskies, who led early in the second half, fell victim to an 18-5 Drexel run and could never recover.
Ryan Spratt - Immigration
Balloon Accident at St Cloud (Paris) (1914) | BFI
Balloon Accident at St Cloud (Paris) (1914) | BFI. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/subscribetotheBFI. Watch more films from 1914 on the BFI Player: http://bit.ly/1pffvkP Newsreels rarely caught accidents as they occurred, but in this case, the cameras were rolling at the Saint Cloud Aéro-Parc when a gigantic balloon was torn apart mid-flight by a gust of wind. Luckily its passenger, Madame Surcouf, was unharmed, and the resulting footage is spectacular: the balloons bob and sway precariously on thei
How To Hold Drumsticks In German And French Timpani Positions
DRUM! Magazine music editor Wally Schnalle explains and demonstrates live how to properly hold drumsticks in German and French timpani positions. His explanations are very detailed and thorough. This is more appropriate for high school students. Mr. Schnalle is sitting at a drum.
Progressive Capitalism [Audio]
Speaker(s): Lord Sainsbury | The neoliberalism that has dominated economic thinking since Mrs Thatcher and Ronald Reagan first came to power is now seen to have serious flaws, and Progressive Capitalism seeks to replace it with a new progressive political economy. This is based on an analysis of why the growth rates of countries differ, and what firms have to do to achieve competitive advantage in today’s global economy. The cornerstone of the political economy of Progressive Capitalism is a b
Matthew Tomlinson - Nuclear Weapons
Baylen N. Wagner - Driven to Discover Video Contest
10th Place Music student Baylen Wagner performs an exciting rendition of Bach's first cello suite. Fusing multiple styles he builds a layered groove friendly to all audiences. This video is part of the Driven to Discover video contest where students were asked to explain what they were driven to discover at the University of Minnesota.
Gary Collins, MD Short Testimonial on Health Care UST MBA
Reflections from the Health Care UST MBA (Class of 2011) Gary Collins, MD at Regions Hospital, HealthPartners Department Head of Surgery and Medical Director, Quality & Safety. Go here to see the full testimonial... http://youtu.be/TY54z_atZwY
Mapping Your Land
Auburn University forestry researcher John Gilbert recently created an instructional booklet, "Mapping Your Land: An Overview for Landowners," to help landowners use five online mapping program. It allows landowners to utilize maps, aerial photography, topographic layers, soils information, data collected with GPS units and even a visual simulation, such as adding images of trees on open fields.
Airflow across a wing
"It is often said that the lift on a wing is generated because the flow moving over the top surface has a longer distance to travel and therefore needs to go faster. This common explanation is actually wrong." Here, aerodynamics expert Professor Holger Babinsky from the University of Cambridge's Department of Engineering debunks a popular, yet misleading, explanation of how wings lift. For more information, read the accompanying story published by the University of Cambridge http://www.cam.ac.u
The Empire That Was Russia
Offers photographs of the Russian Empire on the eve of World War I and the coming revolution. Medieval churches and monasteries, railroads and factories, and daily life and work of Russia's diverse population are among the subjects. The photos were taken by Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii (1863-1944), who, in the early 1900s, formulated a plan for a photographic survey of the Russian Empire that won the support of Tsar Nicholas II.
Rivers, Edens, Empires: Lewis & Clark and the Revealing of America
Looks at historical maps, relations with Indians, and expedition artifacts -- the blunderbuss, Jefferson's secret message to Congress, his instructions for Meriwether Lewis, and speeches. Subsequent expeditions of America are also examined, including those by Lieutenant Zebulon Pike, Thomas Freeman, Major Stephen Long, Father de Smet, and John Fremont.
Presents the most significant documents from our fourth President, James Madison. Most relate to two events in which Madison played a key role: the drafting and ratification of the Constitution (1787-8) and the introduction in the First Federal Congress of the amendments (1789) that became the Bill of Rights. Other documents relate to the freedom of religion and the burning of Washington, D.C., by the British in 1814 -- perhaps the major embarrassment of Madison's career.