Craig Hall and Union Residence Halls at the College of Charleston -- Dorm Tour -- On-Campus Housing
Craig Residence Hall is a three-story building at the corner of George and St. Philip Streets in the center of campus. Craig is divided into Craig Union and Craig Hall and houses only males. Craig Union is the original structure in which three double rooms are arranged around a common room and a large common bath. Craig Hall is suite-style where two, three and four-bedroom suites share a common living area and two baths. Craig offers free laundry facilities, a game room, and a computer room. Eac
Orphan Works 10: Audience Participation
Audience members were invited to give their final comments regarding the two-day Orphan Works roundtables. Karyn Temple Claggett, Catherine Rowland, Lisa Shaftel, Jean Dryden, Jeff Sedlik, John Sadowski, Nancy C. Prager, Mike Furlough, Greg Cram, Brooke Penrose and Hope O'Keeffe, Michael Capobianco. For transcript, captions, and more information, visit http://www.loc.gov/today/cyberlc/feature_wdesc.php?rec=6454
3 Conclusion In this course you have been introduced to the main components of prose fiction and have been given the opportunity to develop and practise your critical and analytical skills. These are essential skills you will need to continue your stufdies in this area.
In this course you have been introduced to the main components of prose fiction and have been given the opportunity to develop and practise your critical and analytical skills. These are essential skills you will need to continue your stufdies in this area.
Lesson #023, Wednesday Change the 'o' to an 'i' to make it plural: amico = friend, amici = friends Change the 'a' to an 'e' to make it plural: chiesa = church, chiese = churches Change the 'ca' to a 'che' to make it plural: banca = bank, banche = banks Change the 'e' to an 'i' to make it plural: studente = student, studenti = students Most masculine words ending in 'io' you drop the 'o' to make it plural: negozio = store, negozi = stores
Change the 'o' to an 'i' to make it plural:
amico = friend, amici = friends
Change the 'a' to an 'e' to make it plural:
chiesa = church, chiese = churches
Change the 'ca' to a 'che' to make it plural:
banca = bank, banche = banks
Change the 'e' to an 'i' to make it plural:
studente = student, studenti = students
Most masculine words ending in 'io' you drop the 'o' to make it plural:
negozio = store, negozi = stores<
Spanish police release mafia arrest video
Dec. 28 - Police release video of the arrest of an alleged Calabrian mafia boss in Barcelona. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Cuddly polar bear is no toy
Dec. 28 - Polar bear cub Siku is being hand-fed by staff at a Denmark zoo because his mother is not producing enough milk. Tara Cleary reports.
ICAR Director's Breakfast Featuring Louise Diamond
November 17, 2009. ICAR Director's Breakfast with Dr. Bartoli featuring Louise Diamond. Louise Diamond talks with ICAR students about systems theory, conflict resolution and peace.
Meet Sharif Abdel Kouddous: Confronting The Challenges Reporting on Egypt's Revolution
Learn more: http://pulitzercenter.org/projects/egypt-revolution-continues-cairo After reporting from Cairo during the 18-day uprising, Sharif Abdel Kouddous returns to Egypt with Nicole Salazar to cover the ongoing struggle for democracy, social justice and economic reform. Here he discusses the issues that still persist after the fall of Hosni Mubarak. This report is part of Pulitzer Center-sponsored project "Egypt: The Revolution Continues" (http://bit.ly/uPslk4) by Sharif Abdel Kouddous.
BBC Nature: Snake Size Earthworm
From Deadly 6: 0Steve Backshall comes across the biggest earthworm he's ever seen.
Stave 5 - A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
Stave V: The End of It. Classic Literature VideoBook with synchronized text, interactive transcript, and closed captions in multiple languages. Audio courtesy of Librivox.
Omvang van de aarde en de zon Een bron die van beschrijft de relatie tussen de bekende hoeveelheden in het dagelijks leven en de grootte en afstanden …
Een bron die van beschrijft de relatie tussen de bekende hoeveelheden in het dagelijks leven en de grootte en afstanden …
Physical Resources: Water, Pollution, and Minerals - Chapter Introduction
In this module, the Chapter "Physical Resources: Water, Pollution, and Minerals" is introduced.
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Big year for bond sales
Jan. 4 - Germany sold just over 4 billion euros of 10-year government debt in a smooth bond aucion, while Portugal's short-term borrowing costs fell to the lowest level since April 2011 as it sold 1 billion euros of three-month debt. Joanna Partridge reports
Global Goods, Local Costs
Learn More: http://pulitzercenter.org/global-goods-local-costs Almost every product we buy starts as a raw material somewhere, from the shrimp at our favorite restaurant to the gold in our jewelry. The rapid industrialization of countries like India, China and Brazil and a voracious consumer culture in Europe, the United States and Japan mean ever greater demand for these raw materials--and ever greater pressures on the individuals, communities and environments that bear the cost of providing t
Give It A Shake, Cornstarch Comes Alive
Science Friday brings you a science fair project for the recession: combine cornstarch and water and make a fluid with bizarre physical properties, on the cheap. Physicists Robert Deegan, of the University of Michigan, and Harry Swinney, of the University of Texas at Austin, explain why the mixture comes to life under the right conditions. (3:40)
Planet Earth: Forests: Taiga Forest
This three minute video explains the importance of the Taiga Forest that holds 1/3 of all the trees on earth. It is filled with
carnivores but little prey. Only some animals can eat the pine
needles. A real eye-opener for students, but a map of the location is a must to gain the most benefit.
Juvenile Common Lionfish
This short video gives excellent real life, close up footage of a juvenile Common Lionfish. A striking, boldly-patterned fish, the common lionfish (Pterois volitans) has distinctive bands of red and white stripes and conspicuous, elongated, fan-like fins. This is a great resource to help build background knowledge and to help make real world connections between nature and the classroom. (Less Than 2 Minutes)
An Analog Life: Remembering Jim Williams
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A Class Divided 1: The Daring Lesson
This segment from FRONTLINE: "A Class Divided" profiles an experiment in discrimination based on eye color that took place in a third-grade class in 1970.