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About Campus: Jahari Explores the Stevenson Library at Bard College

About Campus: Jahari Explores the Stevenson Library at Bard College

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My name is Jahari and I am a sophomore at Bard studying global and international studies, with a concentration in Latin American and Iberian studies. With a mix of postmodern and Greek architecture, the Stevenson Library has served to be one of my favorite places to get work done. What I like most about it […]

Osgoode Hall at York University, Keele Campus

Osgoode Hall at York University, Keele Campus

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Welcome to the Ignat Kaneff building, where students will find Osgoode Hall Law School, one of Canada’s largest, oldest, and most distinguished law schools. Osgoode offers different clinical and intensive programs in areas such as intellectual property, environmental, criminal, and business. As part of their legal education, every Osgoode JD student has been exposed to […]

Residence Life at Bard College

Residence Life at Bard College

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♪ Residence Life ♪ Living on a college campus is completely different than any other living environment a person will live in during the course of their life. The Bard dorm life has been a really fantastic experience for me. Residence Life has been very successful in pairing roommates and creating dorm communities. They find […]

Video & Instructor Presence w/ Traci Rowe | Wake Tech Innovation Series | eLSID

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Traci Rowe is an instructor in the Communications and Theatre department at Wake Tech Community College. She teaches interpersonal communication and is always looking for new ways of enhancing the learning experience for her online students. So let’s find out what she’s up to this semester. I don’t want my students feeling isolated in their […]

Jubilee Campus – Newark Hall (catered accommodation)

Jubilee Campus – Newark Hall (catered accommodation)

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Catered accommodation Newark Hall Jubilee Campus Hey you guys! My name is Loren Kirkhill. I’m currently a first year international media student at the University of Nottingham. I’m currently a Newark Hall resident and this is the Atrium, and this is where we eat. The University of Nottingham has two accommodation options you can get […]

Making the move to Monash | Experience life on campus

Making the move to Monash | Experience life on campus

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– You don’t just come to university just to get good grades and you don’t just come to learn academically. You also learn other things like what it means to mix with people that you’ve never met before, what it means to step out of your comfort zone. – I would say that moving can […]

Bellarmine School of Education Doctoral Celebration — May 8, 2019

Bellarmine School of Education Doctoral Celebration — May 8, 2019

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[Dr. Elizabeth Dinkins] The dissertations and the research’s range of topics… but the one thing they all have in common is they focus on this issue of having education make the world and individuals’ lives better. Which is the motivating factor of our program– to create change agents who can act with dispatch. And that […]

Blinn-Brenham Campus Tour

Blinn-Brenham Campus Tour

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[Kirstin speaking] Hi, I’m Kirstin. I’ll be your tour guide today as we explore the Blinn College Brenham Campus. Let’s get started with Old Main. Built in 1906, Old Main is the oldest building on campus and is home to Blinn’s Social Sciences department. Old Main features the college’s iconic bell tower that originally was […]

Goldsmiths Campus Tour

Goldsmiths Campus Tour

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Hi my name’s Clare. Hi my name’s Drew. And we’re in our second year at Goldsmiths both studying English and drama and we’re gonna give you a campus tour today We’ve got Deptford Town Hall. Do you remember we had our first lecture in there. Building number one is the Ben Pimlott building it’s probably […]

Should I Go To College? Gary Vaynerchuk and Casey Neistat Discuss Pros and Cons

Should I Go To College? Gary Vaynerchuk and Casey Neistat Discuss Pros and Cons

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