Video: Vassar College–The Ugly Side of a College Campus

Video: Vassar College–The Ugly Side of a College Campus

Ok so I’m here on the campus of Vassar College and Vassar is known as being one of the most beautiful campuses in America, it really is. It’s just gorgeous. And I often wonder–Vassar used to be a women’s college and some of my favorite campuses in America are women’s colleges. I love Mount Holyoke–absolutely […]

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Which is better: Hard classes or good grades?

Which is better: Hard classes or good grades?

–Very quickly, this question of should I take hard classes and get a lower GPA? Or should I go for that really hard AP, IB, honors class?– Right. You know it’s, I mean I would say in a place like Millsaps right off, it’s about academic preparedness. So take the rigorous curriculum. If you take […]

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Video: Differences between a liberal arts college and a university

Video: Differences between a liberal arts college and a university

I am here today on the campus of Swarthmore College outside of Philadelphia and it’s an absolutely gorgeous spring day. You can see behind me the peony garden, the trees are in bloom, it’s just a fantastic time to visit a college campus. Of course it’s always important when you’re visiting a college campus in […]

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Why Major in Music? Because It Prepares You for Any Career

Why Major in Music? Because It Prepares You for Any Career

I’m here at Lawrence University, which is a liberal arts college that also has a music conservatory, and I had the opportunity while I was here to go to a talk given by the Dean of the music conservatory. He’s a really interesting guy. He went to Lawrence in the 80s and got a double […]

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Video: What to do when you get rejected from top choice schools

Video: What to do when you get rejected from top choice schools

Well it’s April first. This is the day of reckoning. This is the day that students will find out whether or not they got into the college of their dreams, or whether their hopes have been completely crushed. It’s a really nerve-racking time of year. I was recently on a college campus and I was […]

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Video: Brown University is the laid-back Ivy League school

Video: Brown University is the laid-back Ivy League school

So here I am today on the campus of Brown University, one of the eight Ivy League schools and, sometimes it’s hard when I’m giving presentations to explain the difference among the Ivy League schools. Of course the Ivy League is really nothing more than a football club. It was established so that athletes could […]

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Explore UTS Education

Explore UTS Education

>>Narrator: Do you dream of making a difference through education? The UTS School of Education offers innovative degrees in five key areas: The first area is at undergraduate level in Primary and Secondary teaching The other four are at at postgraduate level: Secondary teaching, Applied Linguistics and TESOL, Learning and Leadership, and Research degrees As […]

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Liberal Arts Education Moment

Liberal Arts Education Moment

I wouldn’t tell her, like, I wouldn’t direct her? She would just kind of put her music on, put the mask on, and, um, do her thing? And the mask’s, in a way, sort of, our structure? To the piece? The masks are, um, in a way like, uh, like, like, like, a conversation. I’m […]

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“The Lost Symbol” – Magic Squares and the Masonic Cipher

“The Lost Symbol” – Magic Squares and the Masonic Cipher

– Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. Thank you for coming. We’re looking for the lost symbol, but it was on his slice of pizza, and he ate it. It’s gone. I tried to get Dan Brown to come, but he couldn’t make it. Albrecht Durer is kinda dead from 1500s, so he couldn’t make it. […]

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