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Dr. Andrew Johnson explains what academic writing is and is not giving examples of both.  The narrator teaches that academic writing uses a formal tone, transmits ideas without appealing to emotion, and is concise.  (02:35)
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Cosmology | Lecture 8
Lecture 8 of Leonard Susskind's course on Cosmology. Recorded March 16, 2009 at Stanford University. This Stanford Continuing Studies course is the fifth of a six-quarter sequence of classes exploring the essential theoretical foundations of modern physics. The topics covered in this course focus on classical mechanics. Leonard Susskind is the Felix Bloch Professor of Physics at Stanford University. (1:58:42)
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When Bosses Do Harm
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The Graduate School held its annual Orientation and Information Fair for all incoming graduate students on Wednesday, August 08. This was an opportunity for students to learn about key components of their graduate education experience from Dean Grasso, members of the Graduate School staff, and representatives of key campus units. More than 30 organizations were represented at the Information Fair to share information and answer questions. More than 900 students attended the event.
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In this video clip, on June 11, 1927, President Calvin Coolidge presented Col. Charles Lindbergh with the first Distinguished Flying Cross medal for his solo nonstop flight across the Atlantic Ocean. At the presentation ceremony, President Coolidge gives opening remarks before Lindbergh's acceptance speech. (2:20)

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Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com. There are a bunch of Japanese phrases you need to know. You just don’t know you need them yet! Here are a few examples. Can you talk about being passionate about something or self-absorbed? Can you talk about working closely with others, collaborating? The Japanese phrases for these topics are not [...]
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Engineering an Empire - China, Part 5/5
WARNING: This video talks of eunuchs who have greater access to the emperors. This documentary offers information about the evolution of the empire of China and is suitable for high school students. Narrated by Peter Weller and various scholars.
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One of the most popular syndicated comic strips in the mid-20th century was Walt Kelly's Pogo. It offered a satirical take on society and politics. This original strip from 1954 introduced readers to a mythical Kansas bird, the Jayhawk.
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Texas Tech Professors Size Up The Oscars & Give Their 2012 Picks
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