Posts Tagged ‘Notes’

Martial Music Nite Notes: Rediscovering the Internal Pugilist | World Martial Arts College

Martial Music Nite Notes: Rediscovering the Internal Pugilist | World Martial Arts College

Our Adepts, Our Artists, Our Music and Our Minds.. .Growing like a mountain, uprooting obstacles while reaching ever for the sky (Ripski, “Breakthroughs” Show). We Grow together!!! This is our Kung Fu and it is Strong….  Feel the integration of Martial Music led by the genius of … K’mao through the “Anima Must Animus Trust”...

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Thug Notes: Classic Literature Explained by a Gangster Rapper

Thug Notes: Classic Literature Explained by a Gangster Rapper

“The idea behind Thug Notes was always that ‘the joke is that there is no joke…’ because the analysis is just so accurate and so smart. – Jared Bauer” On the YouTube series, Thug Notes, Greg Edwards, plays Dr. Sparky Sweets, PhD, a gangster professor who delivers thoughtful analyses of classical literature in the...

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“Hamlet Gettin’ All Crunk”: Thug Notes Mixes Classic Literature With Hip-Hop – Los Angeles | Los

“Hamlet Gettin’ All Crunk”: Thug Notes Mixes Classic Literature With Hip-Hop – Los Angeles | Los

Your 10th grade literature teacher announces Hamlet as the next reading assignment and the class groans. Shakespeare sucks. Like anybody can understand what’s going on when the characters are practically speaking a foreign language. But then she loads a YouTube video of Sparky Sweets, PhD, a thugged-out dude with a scull cap on his...

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Volcano Race PDX to Support Arts in Local Schools | Neighborhood Notes

Volcano Race PDX to Support Arts in Local Schools | Neighborhood Notes

Young Audiences’ road race returns with a new name and a brand new location! Volcano Race PDX will gather runner of all ages to Mt. Tabor Park for a family-friendly event that celebrates and supports the arts in our community. This is the running event where art takes first place! Volcano Race PDX features...

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NESCA News & Notes: The 50 Best Private Special Needs Schools in the United States

NESCA News & Notes: The 50 Best Private Special Needs Schools in the United States

Located in the historical village of East Sandwich on Cape Cod, Riverview School offers integrated instruction and holistic care of students with complex language, learning, and cognitive disabilities. Students are encouraged to understand their needs, take risks in their learning processes, and develop critical thinking and personal advocacy skills. During the course of the...

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The INTERNET WRITING WORKSHOP: Notes For April 22nd, 2014

The INTERNET WRITING WORKSHOP: Notes For April 22nd, 2014

This Day In Writing History On April 22nd, 1960, To Bedlam and Part Way Back, the classic first poetry collection by the famous American poet Anne Sexton, was published. Throughout her short life, Sexton, a former model, suffered from severe mental illness. After her second mental breakdown in 1955, she began seeing a therapist,...

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“Hamlet Gettin’ All Crunk”: Thug Notes Mixes Classic Literature With Hip-Hop | Public Spectacle | Los Angeles

“Hamlet Gettin’ All Crunk”: Thug Notes Mixes Classic Literature With Hip-Hop | Public Spectacle | Los Angeles

Your 10th grade literature teacher announces Hamlet as the next reading assignment and the class groans. Shakespeare sucks. Like anybody can understand what’s going on when the characters are practically speaking a foreign language. But then she loads a YouTube video of Sparky Sweets, PhD, a thugged-out dude with a scull cap on his...

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Sour Notes: When school funding is slashed, music education often suffers | News | Pittsburgh City Paper

Sour Notes: When school funding is slashed, music education often suffers | News | Pittsburgh City Paper

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Faculty Notes: Research, Recognition and Applied Learning

Faculty Notes: Research, Recognition and Applied Learning

Professor Emeritus Betty Chu, Department of Economics, was profiled last month in TheHuffington Post for her success in breeding Angora rabbits. One of the oldest kinds of domestic rabbit, the Angora rabbit, along with the Angora cat and the Angora goat, originated in Turkey. Chu holds the distinction of breeding the only Angora that...

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How Stanford University Uses Its Wealth, With Some Notes on the Analysis of Rising Tuition

How Stanford University Uses Its Wealth, With Some Notes on the Analysis of Rising Tuition

The issue with college tuition costs is not really about the sticker price at ultra-elite institutions*. Rather it’s about three things: 1) Many not-so-elite private institutions charge similar sticker prices (a bit lower, but not by much), but neither have the endowment resources to counter the high sticker prices with generous financial aid nor...

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