Ask-a-Biologist vol 047 - Topic: E. O. Wilson Science Rock Star - Part 2 - Guest: Edward O. Wilson
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4. Paul Robeson: From Star to Outcast (October 4, 2007)
African-American history, black history, modern history, Modern Freedom Struggle, Clay Carson, black culture, civil rights movement, civil rights, black power
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The Star-Spangled Banner
Students will be able to cite the origins and outcome of the War of 1812 and be able to place the creation of the Star-Spangled Banner in a chronological framework.
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Listen: Interdisicplinary project includes rising star in contemporary classical music
An interdisciplinary research project at Vanderbilt, in partnership with the ALIAS Chamber Ensemble, has commissioned a piece of original music from award-winning composer Gabriela Lena Frank. This fall the piece will be premiered and recorded by ALIAS, which includes musicians from the Blair School.
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Built to Love: Creating Products that Captivate Customers
Some companies seem to possess an uncanny ability to introduce products and services that can generate a firestorm of excitement into the marketplace and captivate customers -- resulting in unparalleled success, profits, and a growing and loyal customer base. Is it just luck? Not according to Carnegie Mellon University professors Peter Boatwright, associate professor of marketing, and Jonathan Cagan, professor of mechanical engineering. Their latest book, "Built to Love: Creating Products that C
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Did Video Kill the Radio Star? Gillian Reynolds
Gillian Reynolds, MBE, and daily telegraph columnist discusses why video didn't kill the radio star.
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Love and Revolution
Divergent views on politics and religion fuel a feud between two prominent Williamsburg families. Museum educator Anne Willis tells the story of their children's unlikely marriage.Author(s): No creator set

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Expert in the field - Professor Mick Moran - assesses the cracks in the relationship and how the crisis will affect it in the future.

Professor Moran was at the University to open the inaugural seminar series for the Centre for British Politics.


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Your kids will love Switcheroo Zoo to create some new species

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Why we love the Archers - Chris Arnott
Chris Arnot has been a national freelance journalist for nearly 20 years and is currently writing a book about The Archers. After updating the programme’s Who’s Who last summer, he was commissioned with script-writer Simon Frith to write The Archers’ Archive to mark the 60th Anniversary of the world’s longest running drama series.
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Did Video Kill the Radio Star? Gillian Reynolds
Gillian Reynolds, MBE, and daily telegraph columnist discusses why video didn't kill the radio star.
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The Young and the Restless: SFJAZZ All-Star High School Ensemble
Since its inception in 2001, the SF Jazz All-Star High-school Ensemble has received national acclaim as the Bay Area's premier youth jazz ensemble. SPARK follows band director Dr. Dee Spencer and two exceptional players through from audition to rehearsal to preparation for an important public performance.
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Why we love the Archers - Chris Arnott
Chris Arnot has been a national freelance journalist for nearly 20 years and is currently writing a book about The Archers. After updating the programme’s Who’s Who last summer, he was commissioned with script-writer Simon Frith to write The Archers’ Archive to mark the 60th Anniversary of the world’s longest running drama series.
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The Car is Still the Star - Gavin Green
Gavin is one of Britain’s best-known motoring writers. He was editor of Car magazine when it was the best selling motoring magazine in Britain, and is a former motoring editor of The Independent and the International Herald Tribune.
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The Car is Still the Star - Gavin Green
Gavin is one of Britain’s best-known motoring writers. He was editor of Car magazine when it was the best selling motoring magazine in Britain, and is a former motoring editor of The Independent and the International Herald Tribune.
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Ancient Wisdom and Modern Love, Spring 2007
Built around Plato's Symposium, Shakespeare (including A Midsummer Night's Dream), Catholic writings (including Humanae Vitae), and several movies, this course explores the nature of romance and erotic love. We will examine such topics as sexuality, marriage, and procreation with an eye towards how we can be better at being in love. The course generally tries to integrate the analytic approach of philosophy with the imaginative approach of literature.
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All You Need Is (the Summer of) Love - Creating an Exhibit that Compares 1960s and Contemporary Cult
In this lesson, students explore various aspects of the 1960s, including the 1967 "Summer of Love," and compare them with contemporary times to ascertain cultural influences.
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The North (Wall) Star
Celestial navigation is the art and science of finding one's geographic position by means of astronomical observations, particularly by measuring altitudes of celestial objects — sun, moon, planets or stars. This activity starts with a basic, but very important and useful, celestial measurement.
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Cold War: Star Wars - part 4/5
1980 - 1988 Reagan boosts U.S. defense spending and proposes the Strategic Defense Initiative, an anti-missile system in space. New premier Gorbachev knows the Soviets can't match the U.S., and wants to liberalize and reconstruct the economy. After summits in Geneva, Reykjavik and Washington, the leaders agree to drastic arms cuts.
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