The History Of Halloween
Every year about this time, something comes over us and we get this urge to cut into pumpkins. It's interesting how certain traditions persist for thousands of years and even continue to grow, like Jack-o-lanterns for Halloween. (01:44)
The hunt for dangerous animals on the loose in Ohio
Oct. 19 - The hunt continues for large, exotic animals let go by a farm owner in Ohio who then committed suicide, according to Sheriff Matt Lutz of Muskingum County, adding that police have had previous complaints over the past few years or so. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Wechselpraepositionen - Dative_Accusative
using Wechselpraepositionen to talk about location of objects in a picture - difference between dative and accusative
Van Jones: “Rebuild the American Dream: Green Jobs and Beyond”
Watch video of Van Jones, a pioneering leader in the clean-energy movement and author of The Green Collar Economy: How One Solution Can Fix Our Two Biggest Problems, speaking at Vanderbilt University Oct. 19. Jones’ talk, “Rebuild the American Dream: Green Jobs and Beyond,” is the 2011 Harry C. Howard Jr. Lecture presented by the Robert Pennkeep reading »
Cummins: Strategy, Recruiting & Success
Rich Freeland, President, Engine Business, Cummins, talks about strategy and recruiting in the current global environment. He also discusses success as a corporation and as individuals.
Thunderbird EMBA Student Dewan Simon
Thunderbird School of Global Management student Dewan Simon talks about the Executive MBA program. http://http://www.thunderbird.edu/graduate_degrees/executive_mba_united_states
Welcome Week 2011 Pride & Spirit Event
The Pride & Spirit event has become a new tradition at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. As one of the cornerstone events of Welcome Week, first-year students are brought together to learn cheers and school songs. This event ends with the entire class of over 5,000 students forming the "M" on the field of TCF Bank Stadium. Learn more about Welcome Week at www.ofyp.umn.edu.
The remarkable story of Alexander Crummell
The remarkable story of Alexander Crummell -- the son of a slave -- who was one of the first black students to study at Cambridge.
Open Classroom 10/19/2011 - #1 Bluestone Introduction
The Role of Government in the 21st Century This Week: Milton Friedman vs. John Kenneth Galbraith with Barry Bluestone playing both roles
Dog Bless You: National Disaster Search Dog Foundation
Disaster search dogs and their handlers save lives in times of crisis. Learn more about the foundation that takes the call to action.(5:42)
The Yangtze Dam of China
The Yangtze Dam, completed in 2008, created a vast reservoir that extends for 370 miles. The dam brings drinking water to northern China, but its widespread flooding has displaced nearly two million people.(8:09)
NTC fighters brandish Gaddafi's golden gun
Oct. 20 - Hours after Muammar Gaddafi was killed near Sirte, National Transitional Council fighters danced, fired guns and brandished a golden pistol they said they took from the former Libyan leader. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
Lecture 9B: Political and Poetic Themes in Southern Song Painting
A consideration of political themes in Southern Song Academy painting, especially in works by Li Tang and his followers, ends with long sections on two subjects of this kind: buffalo and herd boy paintings and paintings of swimming fish. The part that follows, on poetic themes in Southern Song, is largely devoted to works ascribed to Ma Hezhi. A great anonymous handscroll of this period, the "Dream Journey in the Xiao-Xiang Region," is shown at length, and followed by shorter treatments of other
Roots, Radicals, and Square Root Equations: Summary of Key Concepts
This module contains the a roots, radicals, and square root equations from Elementary Algebra by Denny Burzynski and Wade Ellis, Jr.
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RSC Wednesday Seminars 2011: International Law and Statelessness in the 21st Century
This podcast was recorded at the Refugee Studies Centre's second Wednesday Public Seminar of Michaelmas Term 2011. This podcast was recorded at the Refugee Studies Centre's second Wednesday Public Seminar of Michaelmas Term 2011, which was on Wednesday 19th October 2011 at the Department of International Development, University of Oxford. Laura van Waas, Tilburg Law School, the Netherlands, spoke on the subject of 'International Law and Statelessness in the 21st Century'.
Regenerative Medicine Against Aging - Dr. Aubrey de Grey - Part 1 - MIT Club of Northern California
Join us for a fascinating discussion with Dr. Aubrey de Grey, Chief Science officer of the SENS Foundation (SENS stands for “Strategies for Engineered Negligible Senscence”), on the topic of “Regenerative Medicine Against Aging.”
Dr. de Grey has been a provocative and polarizing figure in the scientific and medical communities’ dialogue on the topic of life extension, and the approaches that will lead to dramatic increases in quantity and quality of life.
Highlights of Ranulph Fiennes talk to MBA students
Explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes lectures MBA students on 'Motivation, Leadership and Teamwork' in the first of the MBA programme's 'London Talks' series