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"hamilton hall" Discussed on Discussions of Truth
"Because it doesn't control. $30 trillion debt. Just about. There's been one president. I spoke about this yesterday. There's been one president with the open-source truth. There's been and earth radio network is another program that I've recently joined. I was with them last Monday. So two months ago. Earth radio network. And I also did a I believe it was Monday. I also did a segment recently with Mike Adams, bright young about an issue going on with frontier airlines about the whole mask type running. People take your masks off. Just take them out. So they don't, they're useless. Stop cating into this brainwashing. It's propaganda. You have to wake up, folks. You have to open your eyes. You have to realize that your government is not controlled by you. And that's the whole problem. This is what I'm saying. This is what I'm saying. You do not control your government. You must take it back. That's the only way your country is going to survive. Period. Taking it back means raising your voice, taking it back means going to your mayor, going down your superintendent, going down into your teachers. Your parents, your kids, teachers. Again, writing to your editor, demanding the truth, folks, demanding it. And I'm telling you that the puppeteers hide behind the Federal Reserve. Thanks. It's very simple. It's really not that big of a deal. Oh, let's get all theoretical here and I mean there's just a small group of people here that control the planet. Yeah, I don't know. I really, I do not know. But what I do know is this. What I do know is that the Federal Reserve Central Bank is unconstitutional. Anthony 17 he said it has been a number of other people that have said it. That would include historian gator Griffin. It doesn't take a lot of research. I mean, you can sit down for like an hour. Sit down on a computer for an hour and just research the Federal Reserve bank. Just research it. And you'll find that it does not align with article one section 8 of the U.S. Constitution, which calls for the coining Congress to the power to coin money. That print, printed money is paper, which is Fiat currency. So the founders of the country had an issue with printed money, I argue. And that's why they wrote constitution to coin money. Now, I have nothing against a digital digitization digitization of currency. I have no problem with the credit card. You know, it's easy. You can swipe the card. I got a problem with having it. Microchip in my wrist. What's happening? And what's happening in Sweden? I mean, there are various ways, parts of Africa. There are various plays around the globe where people are adapting this. Just swipe your wrist across it's not, yes, it is happening. So I do not want, but I can hold I'll hold my phone, if you will, as it's called an iPhone, this is a small computer. But I'll hold the phone and swipe a promise at that or swiping a credit card. I have no problem with that. Being implanted with a chip to swipe and buy my goods with the permitted into it, store or a gem or whatever it may be, I got a problem with you. I've got a problem with that. In the United States, we're a long ways off from that type of system, but it is being implemented in places like China. So it doesn't take long. Okay? If you had intrinsic value backing that Fiat currency, which are like Federal Reserve notes, then it's all good, right? So as a country, if you had intrinsic value on that, but the problem is you don't have that America. Your Federal Reserve notes, which this international banking regime, yes, colluding with the United Nations, basically it funds the United Nations. Bank of international settlements of Switzerland is what you need to be looking at. But this international banking machine. IBM international banking machine yeah, basically international business machine. Yeah, well business business banking, isn't it? So IBM has created for banking, banking purposes. That's why IBM was created. Period. Period. The transfer funds electronically. Digitally. Period. And systematically, over the decades, because IBM has started concede basically around 1912, something like that. Hamilton hall, Columbia University. Systematically, when you get to 1971 with Richard Nixon, mister puppet, and you take that Fiat currency off of a gold standard. There is no intrinsic value supporting your currency America. You are living in a debt society. $30 trillion federal debt. Only Andrew Jackson believe was 1842 only Andrew Jackson left. His country out of debt. One out of 46 now. And Biden definitely administration and that administration should just simply. I don't know whatever. They should not be in there. They shouldn't be in there. That's a coup. That was a coup. Yeah, I think it seems like a nice guy. I lived in San Francisco, Kamala Harris was the DA. Gavin Newsom was the mayor. I met Gavin a couple of times, nice guy, handsome. You know, these people are not that they're bad people. Nancy Pelosi is, you know, I have what is she ate enough? She's a nice people. The problem, the problem is, folks. The problem is they likely eat it. They do what they don't. And if they do understand that the machine that they're serving, then the other day, I got a problem with that. Let's give him the benefit of the doubt. They don't realize the machine that they're feeding. The machine that they're. Working for is not working for the American people. This is my whole thing. This is why I sat down in D.C. at a hotel last December coming up on a year now. With the congressman out of Texas, Pete Sessions, and I says Pete, I says regardless of Democrat Republicans, why is it that the federal debt, the federal debt continues to spiral out of control? He says, hey, if you see, there's a lot of us up on the Hillary concern about that. Can you send me some information? So I did never heard back from it. But this is the issue here. Is that these people are not working for you. Because they're simply feeding the banking machine that is controlling them, and do they realize it or do they not? I do not know. I know sabatini realizes it. I've spoken to desantis a couple times in the past year. I'm not spoken to him about the banking corruption. I've spoken to him about big tech. He gets as you realize big techniques, he told me at Mar-a-Lago. Last November, he says Google needs to be dismantled. We need to dismantle Google's exactly what he said to me looking square on the IV said that. But does he understand the banking corruption? If you can control, if you can control a government, financially, you control every folks, it's not difficult to see this. That's why I thank you. If you're listening to this voice right now,.
"hamilton hall" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"Of tumbled together. On the brown band, the indentations are so closely interlocked that they blend into a confused mass of troubled earth. Of the trenches, only broken half obliterated links are visible. There was a gap in my story, however, that I would now like to close. The gap that transformed the sad words of John mccrea's poem into the adoption of the poppy as a representation of remembrance for the fallen. Among such a large part of the English speaking world, and beyond. I realize that the red poppy that I more wear from now until after our remembrance day on the 11th of November, isn't a common sight in the United States of America. But it wasn't always that way. Indeed, we can thank a fine American lady of Walton county in Georgia for lighting the spark that grew into a fire in the hearts of so many who have served or been affected by loss from war, even if that fire is seen in different ways, amongst our American friends over the ocean. The lady in question was moyna bell Michael. On back in 1869, in the town of good hope. Part of a large family, her father was a confederate veteran of the American Civil War, and related to general Francis Marion. On her mother's side, she came from the wise family of Virginia state governors, and although she hailed from one of the wealthy cotton plantation owners, the south had experienced economic problems with low cotton prices and high taxes. While educated, at the age of only 15 she became a teacher in Monroe, and with the plantation gone for a while she became the sole breadwinner for the family. She was, though, determined to continue her learning and eventually studied at the Columbia university in New York. She was in Germany when the First World War broke out in 1914, and she traveled to Rome, and then back to the USA, but not before assisting around 12,000 fellow Americans seek passage back across the Atlantic. She helped to set up an American committee to work with the embassy in Rome to help fellow countrymen stranded by the conflict to gain passage home. She herself would return later on the cunard line ship come parthia, a ship that would become famous for coming to the rescue of survivors from the Titanic and for being torpedoed and sunk by a German U boat in 1918. Safely back in the United States by the time the U.S. had joined the First World War, she'd become a professor, teaching at the university of Georgia, but she took a leave of absence to assist in the training of overseas, young women's Christian association war workers. It was while she was engaged in her war work that she first heard the poem in Flanders fields. I've already told this story in detail, but some things are worth repeating. In Flanders field continued McRae's preoccupation with death and how it represents the transition between the struggle for life and the peace that follows. It is written from the point of view of the dead, and speaks of their sacrifice, as well as their command from beyond the grave for the living to press on. As with many of the most popular works from the First World War, it was written early in the conflict before the romanticism of that dreadful war had turned into bitterness and disillusion for soldiers and civilians alike. When the poem was published, McCrae received many letters and telegrams praising his work, and it was republished throughout the world, becoming synonymous with the sacrifice of those who had died. It was translated into numerous languages, so many of the McCrae himself quipped. It only needs Chinese now surely. Its appeal was nearly universal. Soldiers took encouragement from it as a statement of their duty to those who died, whilst people on the home front, viewed it as defining the cause for which their brothers, sons and fathers were fighting. Back in New York, moyna Michael was in the gloomy place in Hamilton hall called goum, and was taking part in a wine WCA conference. A young soldier had placed a journal on her desk, and when she found time to read it, she discovered a mark page, which carried two of mccrea's poems, including in.
"hamilton hall" Discussed on Formula 1 Grid Talk Podcast
"I mean, it's fine margins. It's .019 of a second. Three tens sorry to interrupt. It's three tenths between the Red Bulls and the Mercedes. Where is the Red Bull's been hiding this? Because they must have like, what did they do overnight? I don't want to know. The teams are lining up in a well team order at the moment. Inside I've just gone. These are all lined up. I'm sorry. Is this Catalonia? Is it two Red Bulls followed by the two Mercedes followed by the two Ferraris signed ahead of Leclair, once again. Ricardo had a statue of McLaren state 7th and 8th and then the two alpha targets at the back gazley ahead of sonoda actually pretty much expect. But the second drivers coming out to show the championship challenges how to do things here. President of versatile bottles. Now we wait for the customary break. Yeah. We break. We have had a question in the comments. Also from gmain. And here are you each predicting who's going to win the championship this year? I can't. I genuinely can't predict it. It's not possible. It's too close. Is it who I think will win or who I want to win? Go with your heart or your head here. I don't want. Well, heart Verstappen has to be head. See, this is the thing. Honestly, right. In Australia I would have said of a subscriber. But then we've had such a set of momentum and they are so close on points. I think. If Red Bull get a better result this weekend, I'm expecting them to do well in Mexico. Then after that, I do think it's gonna slightly favor the Red Bull the remaining circuits. If you look at the sale, I do wonder if that's going to maybe favor the right. I could be about to answer my words because I said Paris would be awful. I'm going to say I'm going to save a stop and I'm not going to show up because they're going back out. I was going to say four minutes tend to go. Oh, oh, how much is it going to in front of bottle? That's different. They changed that. I'm surprised I got to be honest. I would have expected Boston to go out and give him the toe. Aaron, do you want to explain what's your sentence? No, leave it. Leave it. Wait, 20 seconds. Yes, seriously, please wait, please wait. While you wait, I'll answer the championship title question. My heart says Hamilton. Oh, I don't know. But I think Tom said, you can't put anything into this with your head because all logic just goes out the window. We thought this would be a Mercedes track. But apparently Red Bull are fastest. All right, let's switch it back around. And they gave vows to be older about James message. Yeah. I said it was happening. You can go past that one to this time. Obviously the only time you'll ever see a box every time Hamilton hall, so I said in Turkey, that one happened in qualifying at some point..
"hamilton hall" Discussed on Unofficial Partner Podcast
"Lead the. Pj of america. Choose whistling straights. Jeff i assume her. Color just yeah. He just gave him a package deal and they were at the time. Somebody was infatuated. There were probably wisconsin people on the board and they made worse deals. They've gone too much worse places. And in terms of the golf course or the people in search of a buck so at least the course was compelling on tv and all that and and he went out yeah he did wherever it was needed to make a great. And so you want somebody like that. That's that's good. But i don't think there's anything coming there again. He's not getting any younger and they. The dj is in may and it's just too cold and too unpredictable there on the course can't really get ready. May and he may not care. You may have done what he needed to do. And who is he from. He's a plumbing magnet. He's famous for making toilets. He's the column schenk shank or whatever the name is of the ones in the uk. Is they make chink armitage there. It is yeah. I was close. Yeah they make toilets and plumbing fixtures and they're huge. Big company lucky bought the hamilton hall at saint andrews on the l. course hotels and he doesn't really really not a golfer. Which is the weird part. I think he's interested though in in upscale hotels and he enjoys the hospitality business so good for him. There's been a lot of talk about the behavior of the crowd and the rowdiness and lots of people jumping on that both in anticipation of it but also through the week. That was a bit of feature. And it's tempting to think and we Twitter people have been having a go and trying to work out. What was what's been happening to write a cup crowds but is it particularly different than it was before or are they particularly rowdier this time. No i think hazeltine was worse because you have warm weather and a that was what i feared was the beer drinking and there was some warm days there as freezing in the morning at hazeltine but i think the other saving grace ended up..
"hamilton hall" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show
"Lot of guys inducted. The pittsburgh steelers continue. It seems every year. We're having some steeler enemy understandably so the nfl loves the steelers but their long history of success is a big reason. Why pull malu fantasy. And who'd i leave out. Tower bill cower. That's exactly right. Think about this now. Okay if mike tomlin coaches five more years and wins another super bowl hall of famer. Yeah i think you could. Argue is one now so cowards. In the thomas gotta get it. Chuck noll's first season as head coach in pittsburgh. What year was it was the. What the seventy s tomlin be late sixties. He's one forty five and seventy eight one as the steelers coach a super super bowl ring. Yeah right he has to yep yeah right. He's been twice right so when we. When was jacob. Been twice one. Cowards got one. Knoll has what four or does tell me when when chuck norris first years head coach late sixties or like nineteen. Seventy somewhere in. There was something like that nineteen seventies. I think it was early. Seventies early seventies sixty nine because early seventies day whereas dominant is any franchise. I mean they were the if you go down the players on that team. You're looking. I mean it's a hall of fame elsie. Greenwood should be an hall of fame. I can go donnie. Shell phenomenal player. Did donnie make it no. He hasn't yet has he. Donnie shell last year. Don't believe so okay. Well he should be. Mel blunt is frankel harris. Edina mike webster. They had john. Easel is right. Donny made latte did he last year before just recent. Isn't it last. Couple of years donnie. Shell this year okay. We'll also there. He was twenty twenty. There's four steelers basically doing that this year. Right that's awesome man. Thank god for the last two years. So johnny did get in. That's right okay. So ninety shell great player. I mean they had swann stallworth. Bolting frankel harris terry bradshaw. The list goes on. Joe greene Jack lambert they had andy russell and jack jackhammer. I think jack hamilton hall of fame. They're phenomenal shut started nineteen. Sixty-nine hall of famer bill. Kerr took over for him. Hall of famer and mike tomlin will be in the hall of fame. You'd think about three coaches since nineteen sixty nine. At the same franchise traditional one hundred and ninety three games. Mike tomlin one hundred. Forty five. Mike thomas getting our one hundred forty nine tomlin will pass. He is getting in three coaches since nineteen sixty nine and still going strong. No wonder mike tomlin never leaves. Because he's got a great gig. He's really good. They have a chance to win every year. The franchises don't win the playoffs much. Three coaches since nineteen sixty nine. Now you want to go start counting other coaches around the league. That's a lot all. There's not that the the what they're saying houston. It's been what capers. Kubiak a brian collie than they had in romeo interim. Romeo and wait till six head coaches in twenty years for permanent head coach here. Three and since nineteen sixty. It's pretty lifetime they've had two guys and all three of them are three because he coached the steelers of i two years my life did know there. You go all right. Peyton manning and tom brady great relationship obviously great competitive relationship but leave at the payton who always says to poke fun those two guys great competitors and two of the best we've ever had both you can argue once the goat. The other one belongs on mount rushmore for his body of work over the course of time. Peyton manning here's what peyton said. Well a little.
"hamilton hall" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
"State tennis for the last few years really haven't been playing on campus. They've been playing at. What's that facility between by. Bergen spring borough south regency. That sounds right. Noelene mcilvaine a professor of american history and president of the faculty. Union points to twenty. Fourteen study commissioned by right state that examined the university's brand it found current and prospective students were motivated by right states affordability easy to navigate campus opportunities to participate in research and other academic factors not the sports program also the tunnels which is part of the navigation. Okay so yours. Truly yes the affordability was part of it. And i also was getting into sports at the time so that was also a big deal so her you know theory yes. Affordability is probably the big draw. The right state. I mean for yours. Truly i was looking at right states dayton i think offered cincinnati would have been my second choice and i picked right state because you know less loans to take out and let's not go there so while yes. Affordability is a big part easy to navigate campus. Sure why not the tunnels yeah. That's that's a good draw. I mean you don't have to walk outside although you kinda do. Because the tunnels are only for the buildings on campus. And there's only one set of dorms directly in the academic side of wright state and that's hamilton hall and that set tunnels from the student union to haul have locked and they're not open to the public or to the student body live on campus you still have to be outside for a little bit. Not these sports program. I think that's baloney. If you're right states do next week. When i first went to write state as a student you able to get into pretty much everything for free except club sports because college. Sports aren't part of the athletic. Yeah the athletic department so you had to pay again the club sports whereas all the athletic programs. Show your white right one card. Which is your student..
"hamilton hall" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
"Seven. Fm and twelve ninety am trying to think of point. Seven point three on the fm tuner. Yeah point seven. Isn't it ninety. Five point seven and then eight ten place starts december thirtieth home against lasalle january segregates george mason and then the flyers visit fordham and then davidson then host duquesne and. That's your peak at men's basketball. You d again should be very nice year for the flyers and last up my alma mater state university. I saw i shared on my twitter feed. That's by hamilton hall. Which is one of the freshman dorms that they installed the seal which i thought they retired long ago but yeah they have the university seal in rock. It's awesome it's yes. It looks like a biohazard. W but i think that's why i love it so much. It looks really good. We'll start with men's basketball for ws issue. Well there was supposed to be in the tournament in illinois that got canceled because cova don right stateside by the season began. Just on the third and the raiders. They had a great first. Half against marshall's second half not so much. Thundering herd win at eight hundred. Sixty four from the nerve center. But nice rebound win two days later for scott nagy screw as writes state defeats miami. Seventy one forty seven and. Let's look at the box score and talk about that. Yeah definitely if dayton don't have rivalry rights day miami do and let me tell you why. That's so special. Yeah miami's in oxford. But once upon a time. Miami had a campus in dayton. They now have branch campuses a middletown westchester and hamilton. And they've had those for quite some time. I think since the say since the sixties but that might even be Cutting it short but right state was a branch campus of that school in columbus and miami. I think that's going. Columbus had adult branch at wright state. And then eventually state gained their independence. Way for miami. And that's going columbus and it's shamed that most students don't know that but yeah right state of sports and their division one.
"hamilton hall" Discussed on Discover Lafayette
"Student teachers to learn their craft over the years its name change to Hamilton, Hamilton lab skull, it closed in nineteen seventy seven due to shifting national attitudes about the efficacy of laps goals as states increasingly moved to a more conventional model of teaching students. After that World War Two era once closed the building lay dormant for a few years, Hamilton occupants Saint Hamilton. Hamilton Hall was renovated in Nineteen Eighty, six and reopened in nineteen eighty eight. The building in school was named in honor of fuller M Hamilton former dean of the College of Education and former Superintendent of the CAL Shapiro School System Hamilton was an advocate of equal education for all students and the school became integrated in the late sixties he had served as a faculty member for twenty three years. Hamilton earned his bachelor's degree in nineteen twenty two when the institution was still known as southwestern Louisiana Institute and brought this up to honor your background and teaching. To kind of look at how things trend over the years because I understand now that I think in twenty eighteen, there was legislation passed to look at reopening a lab school interest on. You L. Lafayette's campus lsu still has a lab school, right? So we SANITEC had one for years. I don't know if it's still active now but when I was in college there we had a lab school and we could go and make observations there you know and it was just convenient for students because otherwise you're gonNA drive into town you needed transportation rights. You know it was just a good way and really the the cream of the crop kind of taught there. So if you got a At Yeah as a as a student teacher or even in your observation hours beforehand it was it was there. Yeah and I've heard from students. I know it was like this. It university high. In baton, rouge would hear people that went to the Hamilton lab school have said their education was just top notch? Yeah. You know and I'm glad to see that it's reopening..
"hamilton hall" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Black people I don't trust anybody in administrative network of Columbia University because they have live they have contradicted themselves. Racing. Kurt wrote us a letter saying we have suffered That's nice Family Day, the board of trustees We have stopped him temporarily. So that clip from 1968 with US Two students from Colombia in 1968. Raymond Brown is here in the group. Green Space, hey, grew up to be a prominent attorney who, for example, represented Senator Menendez in his corruption trial that ended in a mistrial and the senator will not be retried. Mr Brown's partner at the Greenbaum Ro Smith and Davis law firm and was a student leader of the student after American society at Columbia in 68 on the phone, Nancy Beberman, who grew up to be co founder of the South Bronx Community Group, the Women's Housing and Economic Development Corporation. Raymond and Nancy. Thank you for giving us a few minutes. Raymond, Where were you? In 1968 6 years I was in at the relevant part in Hamilton Hall at Columbia University, Part of a distinctly black group of students who held that building is part of a larger demonstration. And you have written that The New York Times and other media of the day never understood that the black students occupation of Hamilton Hall Was not an ancillary coda to Anu left uprising, but the pivotal act of the whole Columbia uprising. Can you explain that and how it was seen by different people at the time? I think it was deliberately not seen by many. I think the time's inadvertently and deliberately didn't wanna deal with the structural question of black students saying we value our connection to this community. We don't want you to use your institutional power to take land and resources for yourself and oh, by the way, we don't like this racist for you're involved in and that we were perfectly important because on the heels of the uprising in Harlem after Dr King's death Great sensitivity about moving against us, So our role was pivotal. What's arisen since then, has been well. I talked to mark right all the time. And people always ask me. Do you know, Mark Road and Mark has come up with an answer, which he says Well, do you know the black students of Hamilton Hole Because we were pivotal but chairman now, for example, sent us a telegram. He could find out that we were there. But The New York Times Mark Rat was the white student leader who became iconic student leader in 1968. Nancy You wrote a time Stop Ed last year called My Vietnam War. Partly about you in the Columbia protest. How did you see the two strands of it then? Raymond was just talking about And how do you today? All of the time. I was important to note that I was 19 years old, which is to say young and I arrived in Colombia nurtured by a family. That was liberal, I I was always engaged in Age appropriate civil rights activities. When I was in high school even worked the summer of 64 for the Philadelphia and W C p where you grew up. And I came to Columbia in 1966 to a campus. It was already you know, you know activists in the sense that he is no more. The Vietnam War was a major part. Of the consciousness of students. Men, young men were being drafted to go fight in the war, and we were already seen horrific scenes of slaughter of innocent people. On television. You know, Vietnam was simply the first televised war and you know that is how people my age, I started to understand what was going on in the war. And why this more or might be different from the war. My father fought in World War two. Let me jump back over to Raymond and ask your reminiscence that you've written includes Howyou got support from black leaders of the day like Stokely Carmichael and a trap around Where did the gymnasium issue fit into larger notions of culture war? The tie, then to now, First of all we for several years had a group that was trying to organize on the basis of race a great challenge because we were divers in our backgrounds. James Baldwin was the first person who came to campus and interesting enough. He didn't want to talk about himself for his writings, but about who we thought we were and whether our continued identification with the community would override any notions of self advancement, upward mobility that's promised in the American dream. At the end after the demonstration. The first thing we did was to hold a book launch for how cruises booked the crisis of the Negro intellectual. But most importantly, the question of whether black folks who have the opportunity to engage an intellectual life have an obligation to the community and one of the many strands of protest that have run through that we were self conscious about that. We had engaged with leadership from across the country and we had engaged in anti war activities as well as engaging with a very indifferent administration, which included Jack Barzon, who didn't although he was a great symbol of Western culture didn't want to talk to us about the deep issues, so we saw ourselves as part of that larger movement. Most of us evolved to some extent as that movement evolved, and the interesting question that's raised about talking about Dr King is, I think of Paramount question was did we embrace King's philosophical commitment to non violence as a means of social reform? Because he was committed as a spiritual matter, both in terms of Christianity and the Gandhi ist around him like Howard Thurman and Benny Maze. Most of us had a much more pragmatic view, and we're prepared to entertain at least theoretically other possibility. Nancy, Do you remember your involvement in the politics of 68 on campus as seeming to you, like part of a cultural change? That you were trying to bring about in the country or the world. I think at the time I am, I think In hindsight, I see it that way. But at the time we thought we were you know that This was very much a political Battle that we were fighting you know about for you know, for stopping what we called and what we believed was an imperial ist war. A war that this country's chose toe fight in to a dance. A theory that, uh, you know, communism would otherwise take over Southeast Asia that Vietnam would be among the dominoes to Paul and we would be looking at a communist Southeast Asian, but for American involvement and we said no. You know what are we doing there? We don't belong there. Why are we shedding the blood of innocent civilians and and American troops for you know this ideology that we disagree with. So I would say that it was a very political decision on our part to oppose or Raymond in 10 or 15 seconds. Do you remember how you felt when Nixon was elected president? Horrified all of which was justified. You know the notion that Ehrlichman later says the war on drugs was designed to marginalize and incarcerate blacks and protesters against the war. It sort of sums up the insidious use of white supremacy to suppress us and we're going to go out in this edition of the Eights. Nancy with a clip of music from the time that you cited in your op ed by country, Joe, do you want to tell us why you mentioned it? 123 What are we fighting for? Don't ask me. I don't give a damn I stopped of Vietnam. Come on all you big, strong man. Sam needs help began you. He's got himself in a terrible jam. Way down 100 bid.
"hamilton hall" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Is news ninety six point five WDBO. This is retrospect. Beth peril here with Mickey Meyer. She's large family assistant, vice president for student affairs and community from Rollins college. And we're gonna talk about this exciting new project underway. Rollins is building and doing a renovation of student life center. It's called the mills building. And there's a whole bunch of goals that you have attached to this. So welcome Mickey. Thank you for coming in Cuba. To be here. So when we talk about renovation, you know, we picture, the building, etc. But there's there's there's a lot in this particular renovation in terms of what's going on with students share. I'm going to take even a step back further. What I think is really important when we think about the changing landscape of higher education in creating conditions. Physical conditions on campus for students to learn it's important for us as educators to think about how are creating buildings and in various ways that allow students to connect and engage in bell partnerships when I think of buildings on a college like Rollins, and the older buildings I think of them as being sort of inspirational, I'm at college, and it's you know, the majestic and all of that. But that's not what the young kids one is it, right? They want a twist of that. So what you're seeing Beth was really the legacy of Hamilton Holt and a little bit about Hamilton hall Hamilton Holt was the president of Rollins he came to the campus in the nineteen twenties the mid twenties the thing that was exciting about him. Is he actually was not an academic. He shamed academics. He believed that learning had to be. Socratic it had to be done as with teachers and learners professors were students and students for professors. And if you look at the majestic campus of today it was hoped that built that campus in those classrooms. He gave way to the education that we see today. And so now as we come into the twenty first century in thinking about still what students want they still want hands on. They still want pragmatic. They still want their teachers to be learners, and they want to see themselves as teachers but physical spaces need to change and elevate. And so the college has been going through a strategic planning process for the past three years. It's been led by grant, president grand Cornwall who came to Toronto from the college of Wester an incredible visionary. And when he came to Rollins he saw that there was a lot of great things happening. But didn't quite believe. There are campus was situated to educate students for what their needs. And what they'd like today? Hence, these building projects actually twelve of them that are happening at Rollins at one time. -nificant a significant undertaking for a campus that was built in eighteen eighty five. But they're building the project's purpose their projects that are going to allow us to use existing spaces and transform the spaces to create collaborative learning integrative pedagogy in ways for students and faculty to engage together. Okay. So when I said, the mills building are these projects in that one building or twelve separate Bill their projects all across camp. Okay. The mills building mills memorial hall. It was originally a library. It's the center building on campus. So if you come onto campus down Holt avenue, and you look to your right? You see this beautiful iconic building that's set back from our big lawn, and in your mind, do you think? Okay. That's where the magic happens. It's the center building on campus. But really that after that that building was not a library anymore when the all in line. Mary was built it really kind of lost its way it had a different sh- mortgage programs and activities that happen event spaces and community civic and community engagement programs. But that building was not really built intentionally to house program since it was a library. So the front of the building had three full floors and the back had six because those were the old library stacks. So renovating that building our center building on campus. Really is the lead domino. And all these different building projects that are going to be happening over the next couple of.
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