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*******www***llegeadmissions411****/advantages-of-small-liberal-arts-colleges.html College Admissions Consultant details advantages of attending a small liberal arts college. College admissions advice and tips for the entire college application process from your college search to your enrollment.
7 Aug 2009
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Josh Radnor talks to HitFix about his Sundance Preimiere, "Liberal Arts"
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A witty and bittersweet cross-generational comedy-drama, LIBERAL ARTS sees writer/director Josh Radnor play Jesse, a university admissions officer living in New York who, at 35, is jaded in both his career and his personal life as a long-term relationship comes to an end. While often funny and gently poking fun at youth’s obsession with self and significance, LIBERAL ARTS is ultimately an elegy to the raw passions of such halcyon days, perfectly capturing the tension between the untainted ideas and visions we had at that age, and the very different realities and compromises of adult life.
11 Sep 2012
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www.unigo**** Erica tells Unigo about her double major - Psychology and Italian - and what freshmen can expect from courses their first year at Villanova.
24 Apr 2009
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Over 25 years of expression in poetic verse Member of the Borders Bards Born in Scranton, Pennsylvania on April 9, 1958, Patrick Joseph Walker has always been a seeker of truth in all things. His earliest perceptions of life were colored by familial devotion to Irish clan and the Catholic Church. An early scholar, he attended Scranton Preparatory School and was later accepted into the Special Jesuit Liberal Arts Program at the University of Scranton. During a hiatus from formal education, he worked as a staff writer for the Legislature in Saipan. When he returned to the United States, he was awarded a Philosophy Fellowship at Fordham University. Today, he "works" as an editor and proofreader of educational materials for a local correspondence college. His "real" work, however, involves studying the works of Blaise Pascal and Friedrich Hayek. He lives in Factoryville, Pennsylania, with his artist POSSLQ, Ginger Cody, her daughter Anna, and the family's two dogs, Lilly and Rosie. Pegasus at the Plow A Poetry Collection PATRICK WALKER ISBN:9780981461908 & 9780981461915 5.5" x 8.5", paperback 60 pp 2008 Purchase your copy at: *******tribute-books****/minicart/products.html
26 Nov 2009
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*******www.talenthouse**** The most exiting website launch in years. A new social network ready to liberate art
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Being A Woman In Aviation Proves That The Sky Is NO Limit! I'll admit that this is a feature story that I've been looking forward to... years ago, I was privileged to give Amy Laboda her first assignments as an aviation writer and have been pleased to see what she has made of the opportunities. Determined to work past all obstacles, Amy's has had a career worth noting. Flying is in the Laboda family, and Amy took up the sport at 15 years of age. She soloed at 16 and earned her private pilot certificate two days after her 17th birthday. She continued flying while earning a Liberal Arts degree from Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, New York; by the time she graduated she was an instrument-rated commercial pilot and before the year was out she had earned her instructor's rating. A short career in the United States Peace Corps as a health educator is all that has interrupted her aviation career since then. Amy has taught students how to fly in California, Texas, New York and Florida. She's towed gliders, flown ultralights, wrestled with aerobatics and even dabbled in skydiving. She holds an Airline Transport Pilot rating, multiengine and single-engine flight instructor ratings, as well as glider and gyroplane ratings. She's an aircraft owner (an experimental and a factory built machine), too. She joined the staff of Flying Magazine in 1988 as an editor, where she contributed to the development and expansion of the magazine's training department. In 1991 she left Flying and created her own company, Marketing Arts. Through Marketing Arts Amy had done free-lance editorial writing for several different venues, including Flight Training, Dive Training, Reader's Digest, and many others. She also does marketing consulting in aviation publishing, Healthcare, education, computer software and flight training. She's edited several textbooks, including Flying Ultralights, Principles of Helicopter Flight, and The Pilot's Manual series of textbooks, and written a Meteorology online course as an Adjunct Professor for Utah Valley State University's online University program. In 2001 Amy became the Editor in Chief of Aviation For Women magazine, the official publication of Women in Aviation, International, an nonprofit organization dedicated to helping women find career opportunities in aviation and aerospace. Amy was a founding board member of Women in Aviation, International. She is also a member of the Aircraft Owners' and Pilots' Association and the Experimental Aircraft Association. Amy Laboda is an FAA FAAST Team representative on the national level, and speaks regularly at large aviation events, including the Experimental Aircraft Association's annual AirVenture Oshkosh Fly-In. Aero-TV Spends Time With WAI's Amy Laboda FMI: www.wai****, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews Copyright 2009, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
15 Apr 2009
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Being A Woman In Aviation Proves That The Sky Is NO Limit! I'll admit that this is a feature story that I've been looking forward to... years ago, I was privileged to give Amy Laboda her first assignments as an aviation writer and have been pleased to see what she has made of the opportunities. Determined to work past all obstacles, Amy's has had a career worth noting. Flying is in the Laboda family, and Amy took up the sport at 15 years of age. She soloed at 16 and earned her private pilot certificate two days after her 17th birthday. She continued flying while earning a Liberal Arts degree from Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, New York; by the time she graduated she was an instrument-rated commercial pilot and before the year was out she had earned her instructor's rating. A short career in the United States Peace Corps as a health educator is all that has interrupted her aviation career since then. Amy has taught students how to fly in California, Texas, New York and Florida. She's towed gliders, flown ultralights, wrestled with aerobatics and even dabbled in skydiving. She holds an Airline Transport Pilot rating, multiengine and single-engine flight instructor ratings, as well as glider and gyroplane ratings. She's an aircraft owner (an experimental and a factory built machine), too. She joined the staff of Flying Magazine in 1988 as an editor, where she contributed to the development and expansion of the magazine's training department. In 1991 she left Flying and created her own company, Marketing Arts. Through Marketing Arts Amy had done free-lance editorial writing for several different venues, including Flight Training, Dive Training, Reader's Digest, and many others. She also does marketing consulting in aviation publishing, Healthcare, education, computer software and flight training. She's edited several textbooks, including Flying Ultralights, Principles of Helicopter Flight, and The Pilot's Manual series of textbooks, and written a Meteorology online course as an Adjunct Professor for Utah Valley State University's online University program. In 2001 Amy became the Editor in Chief of Aviation For Women magazine, the official publication of Women in Aviation, International, an nonprofit organization dedicated to helping women find career opportunities in aviation and aerospace. Amy was a founding board member of Women in Aviation, International. She is also a member of the Aircraft Owners' and Pilots' Association and the Experimental Aircraft Association. Amy Laboda is an FAA FAAST Team representative on the national level, and speaks regularly at large aviation events, including the Experimental Aircraft Association's annual AirVenture Oshkosh Fly-In. Aero-TV Spends Time With WAI's Amy Laboda (Part 2) FMI: www.wai****, www.aero-tv****, www.youtube****/aerotvnetwork, *******twitter****/AeroNews Copyright 2009, Aero-News Network, Inc., ALL Rights Reserved.
16 Apr 2009
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BC's very sudden economic woes become reality a few months after a deceptive election victory by the BC Liberals. Arts are the 1st to go-
11 Sep 2009
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Albertus Magnus College is a Catholic, liberal arts, co-educational institution in New Haven, Connecticut,offering undergraduate and graduate degrees to traditional-age and adult students.
26 May 2010
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Albertus Magnus College is a Catholic, liberal arts, co-educational institution in New Haven, Connecticut,offering undergraduate and graduate degrees to traditional-age and adult students.
26 May 2010
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Transcript by Newsy**** BY CHRISTY LEWIS You're watching multisource US video news analysis from Newsy. Washington University in St. Louis is saying ‘No Thanks’ to Bristol Palin. The daughter of Sarah Palin and mommy of a two-year-old has been forced to abstain from a college sex week seminar on the consequences of unprotected sex. E! News Now has the details. “The DWTS Alum had been asked to participate in a panel discussing teen pregnancy. When students got wind of it, they protested...going to so far as to establish a “No Thanks, Bristol!” Facebook petition. The University has since withdrawn their invite explaining undergrads didn’t want to pay Palin with student generated funds. The panel would have cost 20,000 bucks.” Palin would have pocketed about $17,500 of that 20k. The Fox News Red Eye panel argues on whether Palin's expertise is worth the dough. “If she’s preaching about abstinence after she wasn’t abstinent...” “But that’s the point you could argue. She learned from her mistake and she’s dealing with her consequences and she's earning money.” “She’s a qualified speaker, I like her message on this... I just don’t know if it’s worth 17.5 K.” But a writer at Human Events says, what did the students expect? A free show? “It’s a little-known fact that professional speakers work for free, especially famous ones who are guaranteed to draw huge crowds. The true professional speaker has transcended petty material needs like food and transportation... and they have learned to use the Force only for knowledge and defense, never attack.” Washington University’s independent student newspaper has some pictures from a jam-packed room of protesters -- including one student, who held a sign asking, “Can I get paid for an accident too?” So we get it--the students think Palin’s paycheck is too pricey... But an op-ed submission says, the money issue is drawing attention away from the event itself. “Instead of discussing issues regarding abstinence in college, students will discuss the suitability of Ms. Palin as a keynote speaker. In this way, Ms. Palin’s appearance will suppress dialogue about the issues that Sex Week is meant to address and, instead, spark dialogue about Treasury’s use of its money.” Finally, all of the ruckus doesn’t surprise a reporter from the Slate. “The slapstick mess at Washington University is worth a mention... a who-didn't-see-this-coming clash between Palin's celebrity and values at a liberal arts college. The ‘Days Since a Palin Circus’ sign goes back to '0’.” Palin’s speech will be replaced by a university pediatrician. So what do you think? Is Palin’s pregnancy talk worth thousands? Or is this just another installment in the Palin family’s dramatic saga? Get more multisource US video news analysis from Newsy.
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*******www.PallSpera**** - With a population of just over 3,000 residents, Johnson Vermont is the home of Johnson State College, a small public liberal arts college. It is named for William Samuel Johnson, American jurist, statesman and educator. With scenic views of Sterling Mountain and the Sterling Mountain Range, it is part of the Vermont State College system. Johnson is also home to the Vermont Studio Center. An artist residency program, the center was founded in 1984, and operates 1-3 month long residences for 52 fine artists and writers. It attracts residents from more than 40 countries as well as the United States. Welcome to "Bella Vista" - This charming and artistic country property affords the ultimate Vermont experience and life style. One of the area's best country residences, the grounds include rolling meadows, orchards and landscaped areas as well as an eight stall horse barn. You'll be sitting front row for the glorious sunsets on the romantic large front porch and it's motorized awning. Enjoy many summer evenings on this large outdoor space entertaining family and friends. This upscale three bedroom artistic residence offers many unique amenities, such as the field stone fireplace, wood floors and the exceptional cathedral ceiling gourmet kitchen and dining area. This home was recently renovated including a new den or home office. Real estate video tours and photography by *******www.NashuaVideoTours****
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*******www.saintleo.edu/Admissions/Undergraduate-high-school-or-transfer/Campus-Life/Universities-in-Tampa Unique among universities in the Tampa Bay area, Saint Leo offers the best of both worlds -- clear skies and palm trees, paired with the rich liberal arts tradition of Florida's oldest Catholic institution of higher education. Sick of the cold? Wish the rain and snow would finally stop? Come to Saint Leo and experience for yourself just why Florida is called the Sunshine State.
22 Oct 2011
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Are you stuck in a job and looking for a way out? Then Gabelli School of Business, Fordham University has the perfect opportunity for you. We're consistently ranked as one of Business Week's Best Undergraduate Business School, and offer you a solid liberal arts education and year round internship opportunities.
14 Mar 2012
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De La Salle University, College of Liberal Arts. FAST 2012. Block LR53 Batch 2T12 closing video. Para sainyo yan :bd God Bless everyone. THANK YOU.
29 Dec 2012
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