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Stopping a Disastrous Plan with Science: the Bay Model

Stopping a Disastrous Plan with Science: the Bay Model

These days if you want to simulate something in the physical world you use a computer. But what if you couldn’t? What if it was, say, the 1950s and you needed to work out if a bold but questionable plan to dam the San Francisco Bay was a good idea? The answer is this: The […]

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Chemical Indicators: Laboratory Security Awareness

Do you really have to go and study right now? I have two tests on Thursday. You worry too much. When’s the last time you didn’t get an A on a test? I get A’s because I worry, that’s the whole point of worrying. And anyway Apartment was rented to one tenant, male, mid twenties […]

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HKU Master of Social Sciences (MCCC) alumni sharing – Mr LT Tsang, PhD candidate @ LSE

My name is Ling-Tung Tsang. I am currently an LSE Mphil-PhD second year student. And previously I was a graduate of the Master’s program (MSocSci) in Media, Culture and Creative Cities. In my undergraduate years, I attended a lot of Common Core courses offered by the Department of Sociology such as ‘Sports Culture under Global […]

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5 Ancient Inventions Science Can’t Explain

5 Ancient Inventions Science Can’t Explain

5 Ancient Inventions Science Can’t Explain For the most part, technology has continued improving in a linear fashion for thousands of years. However, ancient cultures have left many relics and structures that seem a little too advanced for their respective eras. Even to this day, some of the greatest ancient creations cannot be explained by […]

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Julie and Les :45 | Alzheimer’s Awareness | Ad Council

Julie and Les :45 | Alzheimer’s Awareness | Ad Council

LES: Julie was always a voracious reader. She carried two novels on an airplane cause she’d read one on a three, four hour ride. I’m sure it was gradual but one day I noticed, you know there’s no book at the bed side anymore. It got to the point though, where it was taking her […]

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Skye and Her Grandfather Raise Dyslexia Awareness

Skye and Her Grandfather Raise Dyslexia Awareness

There’s one moment in particular. All my friends were reading the Harry Potter books, and I wanted to read it too. So I’m reading the first book, and I’m in the first chapter, and on the fourth page, I get stuck on the word “donut.” I don’t know what it is, I can’t read it. […]

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Suspicious Sales: Retail Security Awareness

Suspicious Sales: Retail Security Awareness

For tomorrow night, I really think we should get there for five o’clock at the latest. But the fireworks don’t start until nine thirty! I know, but I want to get there as soon as possible so we Oh, here. I’ll take that. Thanks. The apartment was rented to one man, Alan Brown. The local […]

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Darnell Hunt on Martin Luther King Jr.

Darnell Hunt on Martin Luther King Jr.

When I think about the legacy of Martin Luther King of course everyone remembers the I have a dream speech it was delivered on the on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial but what’s more profound I think about his life and his work is what he talked about in the later years when much […]

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Meet Dean Stacia Haynie, LSU College of Humanities & Social Sciences

Meet Dean Stacia Haynie, LSU College of Humanities & Social Sciences

I grew up on my grandfather’s cotton farm and I was chopping cotton at the age of eight and I was driving a tractor at ten like a pro and while that was a fabulous experience in terms of creating a work ethic that I’m very proud of I did not want to drive a […]

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Dark Drawings Unpacked (2019)

Dark Drawings Unpacked (2019)

TENGKU SABRI: I was born in Jerteh, a small town in Terengganu. My early education was in Terengganu, and then I went to study art in the Universiti Teknologi MARA. I was an artist, and then I do part time teaching job, and finally, I opted for full time lecturer. In the late 2014, I […]

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