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Graduating Harvard University as a Conservative

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:08 min | Last month

Graduating Harvard University as a Conservative

"So look. You say, so I didn't know what you would say. I thought you might say ten or 9. I knew it was high. But I wasn't sure exactly why, and it was because you're happy with your life at this moment, is basically what you said. And who I am. But the graduation itself. Was, was that a happiness inducer? Well, I'll answer that in two ways. First of all, coming into the graduation, I saw my parent. I mean, Harvard graduation is a zoo. I think there are 32,000 people in the yard because they have the law school and the business school and undergrads and all of the parents and siblings. And I walked in and from across the yard miraculously, I saw my parents and they were just beaming with pride in waving and I was waving at them and it was just, it was one of the happiest moments of my life really. I'll never forget it because yes, it's an accomplishment for me, but it's a huge moment for my parents. I have the chills, actually. Your parents are wonderful people. Thank you. I'm very, very happy for them.

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The Upside for a Conservative Attending Harvard University

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:11 min | 2 months ago

The Upside for a Conservative Attending Harvard University

"As you get toward your graduation, and you know all this, so I'm curious what your perspective on Harvard is, after all of this, maybe we'll have this sort of a trailer for one of the next one of the upcoming podcasts that we'll have. But I am genuinely curious. And I'm curious if you'd meet parents who said to you, yes, my kids, my daughter, my son, is in high school. And I'm just doing everything possible. To make sure they get the best grades and the best extracurricular activity I really would love them to go or you went Julie Harvard. And be very curious how you would react to them. Well, this is something that I've been thinking a lot about not only is I'm about to graduate in three weeks, but also because we talk a lot about Harvard on this podcast Dennis, and I've talked about it a lot on your radio show. And at times I've thought, am I being too hard on them? Because I do look back, I mean, I was just about to say I look back at my four years here. I look back at my two and a half years here. Of course, one and a half was the last due to COVID. And I have had in many ways a great experience here. First and foremost, I've met wonderful people, the friends I've made here will be my friends for life. I rave to you all the time about my roommate's Dennis. I have had wonderful classes, a highlight, was studying under Harvey Mansfield, who was a conservative professor here in the government department that's been wonderful. I have a really great dorm. So there have been many, many upsides. Oh, and by the way, I just went to Israel, which was a Harvard Hal funded experience, and you know how much that changed my life. So I am very aware of all of the benefits that I've gotten from going to this school. And I'm immensely grateful for them. And I will always be grateful to this university.

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 Harvard senior's Disney-inspired Korean musical a hit online

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Harvard senior's Disney-inspired Korean musical a hit online

"A Disney inspired musical by a Harvard University student is a hit online there are a lot of Disney princesses but not a Korean won all of the week's world can't rock beach twenty two year old Julia ruelle wrote shim Cheong a folk tale for her senior thesis at Harvard she posted her first song on tictoc on a Friday night and by Saturday night I had ten thousand followers we use musical draws on the Korean folktale the blind man's daughter it's about a young woman who goes on an adventure and in particular it's about a young woman who is looking to return home and to reunite with her family Disney has historically struggled to reflect the diversity of its audience I never saw other cream people on on

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"harvard university" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:26 min | 4 months ago

"harvard university" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"In 1945 in rural Texas In 1967 she graduated from Dillard university in New Orleans and continued her education at Harvard University where she received her master's and doctorate in romance literature Her academic journey began as an assistant Professor of French at the university of New Orleans in 1973 and continued her career at California state university northridge in 1978 In 1978 she also moved to the University of Southern California and in 1983 she became an assistant and associate dean at Princeton University in 1995 Ruth Simmons became president of Smith college In 2001 she became the first female president of Brown university She was also named America's best college president by Time Magazine At Brown and initiative to raise $1.4 billion was achieved during her tenure It was the largest in brown's history In 2009 Ruth Simmons was appointed to the president's commission on White House fellowships by president Barack Obama Probably sponsored by Goya Koya offers an amazing variety of rice mixes for all your cooking needs visit Goya dot com celebrating black history month 77 WABC WABC traffic and transit in New Jersey Lyndon and accident closing route 27 in both directions between Garfield street and north Park Avenue also in Patterson we have an accident that has closed off route 20 north bound between first avenue maple avenue and Lincoln avenue river street GWB upper okay lower okay I'm bob Brown with your 77 WABC traffic and transit update Nobody says it better than Mark Levin I'll go with what Mark Levin said 'cause nobody could say it better Call in now at 877-381-3811 The best time I had at cpac of course was with my wife on stage And we only have 20 minutes And we got off and people said we wanted to hear him watch So we only have 20 minutes.

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An FDA Adviser Said We Need to Give Kids Vaccines to Fully Understand Their Safety

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:45 min | 8 months ago

An FDA Adviser Said We Need to Give Kids Vaccines to Fully Understand Their Safety

"Doctor Eric Rubin of Harvard University. Who said something that to me is so shocking about vaccines and children that I feel compelled to play it, but I'm also worried that somebody is going to make a health decision based on what they hear on the radio and I don't want anybody to be harmed. So bear with me as I struggle. But I give you doctor Eric Rubin of Harvard University who is one of the FDA advisers who voted unanimously to give the Pfizer vaccine to children ages 5 to 11. But we're never going to learn about how Casey vaccine is unless we start giving it. That's just the way it goes. Did you hear that? Audio quality isn't great. It's on Skype. I'm going to play it again to make sure you heard it carefully, listen very closely to what this FDA panelist said. But we're never going to learn about how cases vaccine is unless we start giving it, that's just the way it goes. We're never going to learn about how safe the vaccine is until we start giving it. That's the way it goes. Now, man's got to doctor title in front of his name. I got to believe he knows what he's talking about. Harvard, boy, that's prestigious. He's on the FDA panel. He's making decisions for America and for America's millions of children. We're never going to learn about how safe the vaccine is until we start giving it.

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The Ivy League Doesn't Just Train Tyrants for Our Oligarchy...

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:23 min | 8 months ago

The Ivy League Doesn't Just Train Tyrants for Our Oligarchy...

"John, smear, you've got a thousand articles that stream dot org. What should we talk about now? Well, I have a piece I did with our good friend Jason Jones and the title is the Ivy League doesn't just train tyrants for our oligarchy. Harvard is churning out commandants for Uighur concentration camp. Okay, not a joke. This is serious. Jason Jones is a hero, what do you say in the article about what I believe is doing? Well, the Financial Times reported and the daily caller reprinted. Two officials who oversee detention camps accused committing genocide against Uyghur Muslims in Zhang China previously received fellowships from Harvard University, the Financial Times reported. They studied at the Harvard University's center for democratic governance and innovation while pursuing a doctorate. We were asked center. Yes. ASH center for democratic governance and innovation. Doesn't that sound like a nice, happy, clappy thing, democratic governance and Internet innovation? Well, when you hear happy phrases like that, on the lips of Harvard people, what they really mean is genocide camps in China for Christians and Muslims who won't tow the government

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Court: U. of North Carolina can consider race in admissions

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 9 months ago

Court: U. of North Carolina can consider race in admissions

"A judge has ruled that north Carolina's flagship public university can continue to consider race as a factor in its undergraduate admissions in Chapel Hill North Carolina U. S. district judge Loretta Biggs ruled against a group who argued that considering race in admissions at the university of North Carolina but white and Asian students at a disadvantage students for fair admissions sued U. N. C. in twenty fourteen saying its admission practices violated the equal protection clause of the constitution and federal civil rights law they pursued a similar lawsuit against Harvard University and are challenging an appellate denial in that case to the U. S. Supreme Court Biggs wrote that U. N. C. met its burden in demonstrating it has a compelling interest in achieving the educational benefits of diversity I'm Jennifer king

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Influential Educators: College President Mary Bunting

Encyclopedia Womannica

01:56 min | 10 months ago

Influential Educators: College President Mary Bunting

"Than a year. After henry's death. Mary was offered a new opportunity to become dean of douglass college. The women's college of rutgers university where she was a professor in nineteen fifty eight. Mary was invited to a national. Science foundation. committee created to improve the nation's performance in the field of science in a series of tests designed to figure out what blocked strong students from continuing into careers in science. Mary saw a big problem of all of the sixteen to nineteen year olds who scored in the top ten percent on aptitude tests and then did not go onto college. Ninety eight percent were women. The time women had serious. Barriers to access college education endowments for women's colleges were much lower than those of their male counterparts. Perhaps most importantly curriculum requirements didn't accommodate the different societal expectations for women. For example many universities made it nearly impossible for students to attend part time as a result women who had to care for children during the day at home could not attend mary. It her mission to redesign the education system to accommodate and encourage women to study. She got her first chance at serious reform. When in nineteen sixty she became president of radcliffe college the undergraduate women's college at harvard university there. She saw the stark differences between the ways. Men and women were treated on the same campus. Women were given bunk beds in assigned rooms rather than harvard's how system and they were excluded from harvard's libraries and dining halls. Mary set about changing the campus. She organized the dorms into a house. System built radcliffe. Its own library and created search committees to go into low income neighborhoods and offer scholarships to potential

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Grace Hopper: The Queen of Code

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:04 min | 11 months ago

Grace Hopper: The Queen of Code

"Mary was born in new york city in nineteen. Oh six her father. Walter owned an insurance company in the family enjoyed the trappings of east coast. Upper class with summers in new hampshire in private school for grace grace came of age during an unusual time in american during the nineteen twenties and thirties. A relatively high number of women receiving doctorate degrees numbers that wouldn't be matched again until the nineteen eighties. This period of opportunity was immediately followed by world war two which ushered huge numbers of women into the workforce in one thousand nine hundred twenty grace graduated phi beta kappa from vassar college with degrees in mathematics and physics two years later. She earned a master's degree mathematics from yale grayson began teaching math at vaster while studying for her phd. Under computer pioneer howard angstrom in one thousand forty one pearl harbor was bombed the attack in which three hundred and fifty japanese warplanes from hawaiian naval base. True the us into world war two. It also inspired grace to join the war effort. Despite her unique set of skills she was initially rejected from the navy due to her age and small stature but grace brilliant and sharp-tongued persisted in nineteen forty-three three. She joined the naval reserve and was assigned to the bureau of ships computation project at harvard university at harvard. Grace work with howard aitken who had developed one of the first earliest electromechanical computers the ibm automatic sequence controlled calculator. Better known as mark. One grace was responsible for programming mark. One which took up an entire room and punching machine instructions into the tape before there was even much understanding about what the job entailed grace became. Where the first re- computer programmers in american history. She also wrote mark one's five hundred sixty one page user

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Shanghai Gallery Pulls Video Ranking Women 'From Prettiest to Ugliest'

The Newsroom

01:22 min | 1 year ago

Shanghai Gallery Pulls Video Ranking Women 'From Prettiest to Ugliest'

"An art gallery in the Chinese city of Shanghai has removed an exhibit that ranked images of women from prettiest to ugliest or the male artists behind this piece filled women without their consent or knowledge as Charlotte Gallagher exploits Uglier and uglier is a seven hour video artwork featuring 5000 women who were filmed walking around a university campus. The artist behind it song Tar ranked them by how attractive he thought they were. His team slaughtered them into forgivable e ugly and unforgivably ugly before making the final decision. Defending his work song Tar said he had every right to in his words tell the truth, but unfortunately for him, many others didn't agree, calling it misogynistic and intrusive, one set on social media. It's 2021. How can you still objectify women so boldly without any shame. After the outcry, the oak at Shanghai Gallery removed the exhibit and apologized, saying it disrespected women. This anger that such a prestigious gallery had shown the piece without considering the impact. The artwork has drawn comparisons with the origins of Facebook, which was designed so students at Harvard University in the U. S could rate fellow students by how good looking

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Millions Fear Eviction as US Housing Crisis Worsens

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Millions Fear Eviction as US Housing Crisis Worsens

"More than four million Americans say they fear being evicted or foreclosed upon in the coming months as housing availability and affordability are expected to get worse at the end of the pandemic two reports one by Harvard University another by the national association of realtors find there isn't enough new housing to address population growth and rising prices are putting home ownership out of reach for millions the groups are calling for government action like providing down payment assistance this issue comes to light as a federal addiction moratorium is set to expire at the end of the month it's kept many people with a roof over their heads despite knowing back rent and president biting is being urged to extend it the studies find the risk of homelessness is widening the gap between black Latino and white households I'm Jackie Quinn

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Lama Migmar Tseten on the Play of Mahamudra

The Wisdom Podcast

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Lama Migmar Tseten on the Play of Mahamudra

"So welcome to tonight's wisdom chat. Thank you for joining us Tonight's a special night for two reason. It's the full moon of suck. Dawa is the first reason the second reason is joined by lama. So welcome lama. Lama make the longtime buddhist chaplain at harvard university. He graduated from central institute applied to tibetan studies at sanskrit university. in baranovsky. he served as the head of the sake. Santa in pro india and also the sake monastery in poorer walla. Mike myers the founder of the sake institute for buddhist studies in cambridge massachusetts. Where he's a popular teacher and tonight. We celebrate llamas new book. The play of mom would welcome lama and thank you for joining us. I'm more so tonight. We're going to start with because it. Saka dawa lama is gonna lead us in a few prayers. So i'm going to handle the alignment ma and he would lead us in these press anger daniel and welcome everyone for this dot much app pan also to celebrate the launching of my book so will reside refuge tibetan in celebration of the saga. So as you may know saga dawa independent mittens mondo the our our shocker. So this is one of the. Most holiest month within the buddhist calendar because during this month both was born Today is actually the poor nima so pool moon of this. I've got the la doing which was fully enlightened aswell as he entered into ma putting need wanna

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Louis Menand on 'the Free World'

The Book Review

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Louis Menand on 'the Free World'

"And joins us now from cambridge massachusetts. He is the author of the metaphysical club and his newest book is called the free world art and thought in the cold war luke. Thanks for being here. Thank you for having me so you are actually in the widener library at harvard university as we speak. That's correct. yes. I'm in the office in the stacks in which i wrote the entire book and i don't think i could have written a book if i hadn't had access to these incredible library resources at harvard. How long did you spend researching the book. Do you tend to do all of your research and then begin writing or do you do both as you go along. I spent about ten years on the book. And i do research for each chapter and i write that chapter and then move onto the next chapter. So he's chapter took a long time to do. Because i wanted to do a fair amount of research to get a feel for the period a feel for what other written about it so you had this all outlined then presumably before you began writing. No the only thing i had outlined was i knew where i wanted to begin which is nineteen forty five at the end of the second world war and i knew the finish line was nineteen sixty five which is the year. The united states intervened militarily in south vietnam. So those were sort of bookends of the book. And then i kinda followed my nose through the period just sort of see where it was going at a certain point as you approach your the horizon that you set for yourself. Nineteen sixty five. You begin to see something happening that you want to capture. So i didn't start out with a thesis exactly. I just wanted to tell the story as it unfolded historically and then. I discovered the doing that. What what the trend lines were that. I tried to sort of hit on those as i was going through it. But he's chapter is sort of a separate book in a takes up at different subject to differ figure different movement and tries to sort of you know capsule it with. That's all about new moves onto another

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Talking Journeys of Belonging 2 Blackness: Kinitra D. Brooks

Talking Journeys of Belonging 2 Blackness

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Talking Journeys of Belonging 2 Blackness: Kinitra D. Brooks

"Joining us. Today is dr caen. Brooks kimmy tra. Is the jury end john. Leslie endowed chair. In literary studies in the department of english at michigan state university. She also spent the two thousand eighteen twenty nineteen academic year as the advancing equity through research fellow at the hutchins center for african and african american research at harvard university. Where she worked on the project called the conjure women's garden black women's route working tradition caniggia's public scholarship specializes in the study of black women. Genre fiction and popular culture. She is the author of three books. The first searching for sickle racks lack women's haunting of contemporary harbor which is a critical treatment of black women in science fiction fantasy and horror the second sigur axes daughters in edited volume of short horror fiction written by black women and third the lemonade reader. Which is a collection of essays. On as twenty sixteen audiovisual project lemonade kenichiro designed and taught first ever college course dedicated to beyonce's with local national and international press coverage. She is also the co editor of the new sons book series at ohio state university. Press most recently you may have read her weekly blog series on. Hbo's lovecraft country published on the dot com where she provided pointing analysis of each episode and the ways they contended with contemporary art pop culture and critical race frameworks in the context of black lives and horror narratives. I am sure you are as excited as i am to learn more about current projects to welcome kenichiro you for me joy to be here. I've been following you and your work for some time now. I've been intrigued by your public. Scholarship and the way to use your platform to engage audiences critically but most importantly you're engaging audiences on issues related to blackness in a very accessible way so i'm eager to learn about your journey. So are you ready. I am

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"harvard university" Discussed on The BosBabes

The BosBabes

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"harvard university" Discussed on The BosBabes

"School. So I decided to apply Teach for America for a Teach for America and I got placed in Lawrence. So I actually did two years of teaching second grade out of school in Lawrence, Massachusetts and talk about learning something new every day. You know, you are really just You know, we've had a six week intensive program. Where was basically teaching one-on-one. But so much of teaching I discovered was what you did through the teaching process. It wasn't like. Oh, here's a book learn about teaching. Oh, you'll be great. It was you had to be in the classroom and you had to experience and learn that way. So those first two years were in school learning experience for me. You know, I I knew very little about the teaching profession. I I learned what I learned in the summer, but I didn't really have that classroom experience. So I I got that in that first couple of years and I really miss those my little seven and eight year olds teaching second grade was like the learn to read age and you know, they they got super excited about pajama day and things like that. So but Teach for America is a 2-year commitment and when that two years was nearing the end. I wanted to try to find something closer to home. Home and like as luck would have it there was a spot that opened up and went up for fifth grade. And you know, I I was really looking for 2nd grader lower elementary because I enjoyed it and I liked that age group but everything I heard about fifth grade people loved teaching. So I was like I'm going to go for it and I I got it and I just completed with cheese was on my fourth. I just completed my fourth year here and winter up teaching fifth grade. I'm at the are thirteen coming school and you know, it's like you said Rock Mister. Anyway, he doesn't miss you might remember Miss Morrow. She still there. I'm thirty-two like Mister Mack is fourth grade. Miss. Grace is still there. So there's no obviously with of as a kind of place where people grow up and and they stay here and they love it here and so so much of our school is about that Community feel and log Absolutely love my colleagues. We just had our last staff new meeting today to you know, end the school year because obviously everything got so strange with this remote learning and thoughts on you know on the Fly we nobody was prepared for this and it's it's so sad for the students, you know, I feel really bad that they had to graduate fifth grade and this month but we did a little motorcade for them last week and it was really, you know, I got I got the chills. I got a little teary-eyed at times as they drove by in their cars and you know, we were applauding and weaving and wage was kind of there are moving on ceremony the best that we could do under these circumstances, but you know, I love teaching and I so appreciate that I kind of am getting to do two things. I love I teach and I play hockey and I'm passionate about both of those and they rarely have conflicts. So yep. I kind of get to do everything that I enjoy and you know unfortunate because of that and I love that you are teaching all your free time because I'm here on Boss fans. And I know we're going to talk about it a little later in the show all about charity. But the fact that you're getting back to the community your own personal community that you grew up in. It's like full circle grow up in Winthrop. Go to college in the area play for teens locally grown up watching your local Boston sports teams..

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"harvard university" Discussed on The BosBabes

The BosBabes

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"harvard university" Discussed on The BosBabes

"Brothers Connor and Hunter both are hockey players as well. They were awesome baseball players back in the day to my biggest Inspirations for athlete's life was growing up. Well, we season tickets to the Bruins section 324. I believe it was and my dad had two tickets so he would usually take one of the kids who were rotated and whoever didn't have a conflict with our Sports was were some great times where you would you know, it was a great bonding time for me to be with my dad and to be at a hockey game, which is something that we both enjoyed watching. It was kind of, you know, I guess the late nineties early 2000s. So you had Ray bork and he was something special but I really love Sergei Samson off and you know, he was a speedy wage. Excellent hands grapeshot and he was number Fourteen and I think that's why I'm so attached to number Fourteen and and why that's my number. I think it stems from Samsung and all so those are some memories back in the day as I got a little bit older and was exposed to more of the women talking. I was a big fan of Julie Chu and Angela Ruggiero AJ mleczko. They all played at Harvard and we're also us Olympians. So to be able to sit in those stands at the bright-landry hockey Center and see those athletes compete at the highest level. It was something that made me feel like it was really attainable because I was able to be there and and see them and want the same thing. So, you know, we kind of laugh because in sixth grade, I made an autobiography. It was a project and we had a future section and for the future section one of the big pieces job. I included was that I wanted to go to Harvard and I wanted to Captain the women's hockey team and the parents helped me scam my my little, you know a face of meat a picture of me and cocky bubble squirt hockey picture. I had that year and we stand it on to one of the Harvard programs and onto one of the USA Hockey programs because it was my goal to to go to Harvard and play hockey there and also make the Olympic team and win gold that that didn't work out for me quite well. So but you know being able to attend Harvard was a dream come true for me and I absolutely loved every minute of it other athletes grown up. I'm trying to think Nomar Garciaparra like, oh that's pretty good job. I think Troy O'Leary almost moved next door to us at one point. And I remember thinking that was so cool. He didn't but that would have been awesome. But you know, I didn't I didn't watch a log. Basketball that all appears was earlier. It was early on in his time. And you know, we didn't watch a lot of Patriots back then either but we were big Bruins fans growing up in a in a big-time hockey family. So that stayed with me speaking of family, isn't it?.

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Harvard punishes professor who had ties to Jeffrey Epstein

Red Eye Radio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Harvard punishes professor who had ties to Jeffrey Epstein

"For Harvard University professor with close ties to the late financier and convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein for the next two years. Martin Nowak can continue teaching, say Harvard officials, but other contact with students will be limited and his research centers being shut down. No actual math professor he was on paid leave after a review last spring, found that he violated school security rules by giving Jeffrey Epstein unrestricted access to campus, including an office and a building key card even after the financiers 8 2006. Crimes conviction, Epstein donated millions to know ex research in a statement, no access, he's humbled to return to work and regrets his connection with Epstein, Chuck's

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JFK's Harvard sweater sold at auction for more than $85,000 at Boston-based RR Auction

WBZ Morning News

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

JFK's Harvard sweater sold at auction for more than $85,000 at Boston-based RR Auction

"You'd have to pay for a wool sweater these days. John F. Kennedy's Harvard University sweater selling at auction $85,000. Boston based R. R auction, said the Crimson wool cardigan featuring a large black bloc letter H. And a white buttons was one of several momentos from U. S presidents that were sold during a president's Day auction that ended on Thursday, A signed photograph of Abraham Lincoln and his son Tad. Sold for more than $135,000. How about this Ah Lottery ticket signed by George Washington. 26 grand and a hand written letter from Ronald Reagan to his estranged daughter sold for almost $24,000. 6 37 to Wall Street. Now look at

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The Timothy Leary Conviction

Today in True Crime

04:44 min | 1 year ago

The Timothy Leary Conviction

"On january twenty first nineteen seventy former harvard professor and so called priest of lsd timothy. Leary was sentenced to ten years in prison on drug smuggling charges but in september of that year. The fifty year-old academic broke out of a san luis obispo facility with the help of the weatherman. The daring escape only added to the mystique of the man president. Nixon wants declared the most dangerous man in america. But just what made leery so dangerous. Well it might not surprise you. That richard nixon may have been exaggerating for his own political game according to authors. Bill minna tag. Leo and stephen l davis nixon's advisors suggested he find a public enemy to distract the public from his own flagging approval rating the war in vietnam and the struggling economy. They leary a prominent figure in the counterculture movement and because the former professor was a proud exponent of hallucinogenic drug use. The president's ir fit right in with his war on drugs narrative timothy leary was something of a self appointed spokesperson for the benefits of drug use. Which heat enjoyed since one thousand nine hundred sixty after an experimental magic mushrooms trip. The already noted psychologist became excited about the possibilities. Mushrooms and similar drugs had on the human brain during his tenure. At harvard he conducted academic experiments on the effects of hallucinogens. Drawing the attention and admiration of other notable nineteen sixties figures famed authors. Like gin berg and jack kerouac willingly participated in leary's experiments and it was perhaps their involvement that catapulted the professor onto the national stage before long leary was touring the country speaking about his research and reportedly brushing up against the rich and famous inevitably a backlash arrived. Leary's teaching colleagues criticized his experimentation with lsd. They believed research of that. Nature should be left to medical doctors not psychologists meanwhile psychology experts who once lauded leary's earlier work now made it clear that his drug centered experiments were less praiseworthy. Despite these blows leary insisted that taking lsd was quote a sacramental ritual one that could expand human consciousness. Harvard university did not agree and fired him in nineteen sixty three but by that stage leary had a new life. He was a counterculture touchstone for the masses and a legitimizing scientific voice in the pro drug movement. He rubbed shoulders with marilyn monroe and sang with john. Lennon and yoko ono in short he was a powerful voice advocating for drug use throughout the nineteen sixties. He even appeared before a senate committee to argue in favor of legislation. That would make it legal for adults to use hallucinogenic drugs. So when richard. Nixon assumed the presidency in nineteen sixty nine leary was squarely in his sights. Ostensibly nixon wanted to eliminate drug use in the country. Leary very much did not. That made him dangerous. So it's little surprise that when leary's appeal of his nineteen sixty five drug-smuggling conviction was overturned. The government wanted a second bite at the apple but any joy nixon and his cabinet might have felt in putting leary. Away was short lived using his network of contacts. The former professor escaped prison remaining on the run until nineteen seventy three when he was detained in afghanistan and sent back to the united states. There he was jailed in the notorious folsom. Prison and briefly befriended charles manson and though his sentence was for ten years leary was paroled in nineteen. Seventy six having served just three. It's a surprising twist day given that so many drug offenders imprisoned for decades on similar offenses then again timothy leary was famous and white which might have had something to do with his early release

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Dr. Kenneth Calvert on the History of Puritans

Hugh Hewitt

03:51 min | 1 year ago

Dr. Kenneth Calvert on the History of Puritans

"Back America to hear it. The Hillsdale dialogue sponsored by Hill. Tell college that you hear each week at this time is underway. All things Hillsdale collected it. Hil failed dot e d u I mentioned a great classical school in Orange County, which is Thea Orange County Classical Academy. It is one of the Hillsdale classical academies inspired by Hillsdale. Which teach the founding and Dr Larry on President. Hillsdale College is joined by Dr Kenneth Calvert. Dr Katz When we went to break we're about to talk about the founding up North Way discussed the laws of Virginia three weeks ago. People who go and listen to that. That's England transplanted. What is it that the pilgrims had in mind? And when did the Pilgrim's become the Puritans? And how did they diverge? And when does the Salem compact come into this conversation? Well, I think it's important to understand that James, the first of England was really attempting to create a culture built around the Church of England. Andre English, Christianity on and then what happened in the midst of that was that you have two ends of a spectrum kind of cut off from from inclusion in that one are the Puritans on one side, the other are those who choose to hang on to their Catholicism's And on the product inside the Puritans and the pilgrims were ones who really struggled with this idea of being you know, essentially forced into into the Church of England. The Pilgrim's being separatist left first went to the Netherlands and, um, realize that their Children were becoming Dutch more than they leaving behind English tradition. So what's very interesting about the pilgrims? And then the Puritans that followed them is that they were very much you know, Uh, Honoring the King and stand and Parliament of England. But they did struggle with the religious, um, on church structure that had been established. And so the pilgrims ended up coming to the northern colonies and the pilgrims being much more separatist, much more distinct in their attempt. T O be separate from the Church of England, the Puritans who came after them and again. There's a lot of discussion is how one really makes a distinguished distinguishes between these two groups. The Puritans. Many of them were from London. Many of them were involved in commerce and business. Many of them had been trained at Cambridge University, Cambridge University in that at that time, tend to be the kind of intellectual center Puritanism. And what they wanted to do in this new colony or new colonies in the north was to really establish Christian Republic, Um, still under, um You know the King and Parliament of England but to establish a kind of government again, As I said earlier, that might Be a a model for how Christians would live with and among one another, they established the first university in the colonies, Harvard University. Established. You know, in the name of John Harvard, who was a Puritan from Stratford upon Avon and in 16 36. This this college became a university was established. Train pastors and to give a high level of education to the leadership of the Puritan communities

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Trump fires top cybersecurity official Chris Krebs

Boston Public Radio Podcast

04:32 min | 1 year ago

Trump fires top cybersecurity official Chris Krebs

"So when it comes to election security it turns out. There's no job security. Trump's purges continue his. Latest is the ousting of chris. Cribs krebs was dhs security cyber security official. Who lost his job for contradicting trump's claims of a fraudulent and stolen election. In fact krebs said. It was the most secure election in american history. Join us a line for on this and other headlines is national security expert juliette kayem. She's an analyst at cnn forces secretary of the department of homeland security yourself in faculty chair the homeland security program at harvard. University's kennedy school of government. Hello juliet our you. We're great to talk to you. Great to talk to you both on zoom this time so we shouldn't have problems like we did last time. Good fingers crossed. So i'm heartened by. Chris crabs even though he just got fired by the press because he's he's was speaking truth to power in the classic sense saying that the there's not widespread fraud in this election. He did fire but his republican but at least he stood up to the president. Yes exactly and i think that's the way to view it. I know everyone so nervous. And you know we have a right to be. This is no way to treat a democracy or a peaceful transition of power but nonetheless The president is now just wildly searching for a narrative of how he how he loses which he's already lost and so that's every lawsuit he can bring. She's losing about thirty of them at a time. It is questioning the voting process and questioning the voting results and so Firing chris crabs who ran an office that was not only did heroic work in terms of supporting election and the election from foreign interference But also one. That was pushing back against disinformation That was coming out of the white house so that is a good thing. So chris i know chris is. Chris knew he was going to get fired. There's no one's crying here. This was this was someone who believed that. His role was for the united states and not for president. He did his job. The president is petty. chris's deputy quit Chris's the third in line. Who's running the office with someone who can't be fired easily. 'cause he's career and has been part of cybersecurity for while the president will soon discover how How hard it is to. You know to undermine the truth which was that. They did a successful job. So let me just say. This guy's unbelie not only speaking of truth to power around election day. Listen to this guy in october. It's almost like he knew what his boss. Donald trump is gonna say. Here is a krebs in october Talking about what might happen. Post november third patient. That's a lot of opportunity space for the bad guys. Whoever they are to come in and try to so chaos so doubt in the integrity of the process and remember attempts to de-legitimize. The election aren't going to stop on election day. How perfect is that. I mean described to a tee. Exactly what his boston right. So trump had one. Then you know then then no one would. No one be thinking about chris. Christopherson -ticipant either. That it was closed or the biden would win. And so here's the thing so trump's not sophisticated. I mean he's a bullet in china shop. You everyone wonders. If there's some master chess game going on. There's not. I mean he he he he only cares about himself and he's he's bringing us closer bringing us to on unreasonable ledges or cliffs than than need be but in the end. You know this is. Chris was ten steps ahead of him as well as the department in terms of the side in terms of defending the election and ultimately of course trump

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"harvard university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"harvard university" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Started. My guess today's purpose a kid parker who is a professional by engineering and applied physics in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Harvard University. Get His director of the monthly Disciplinary S Eight s deceased physics group. GET RESEARCHERS CARDIAC CELL biology and tissue engineering to matic brain injury and biological applications micro and nanotechnologies. Walking in both by metric microsystems and programmable materials he's involved in projects ranging from developing Nano fabrics for applications and tissue regeneration to create organs on chips to address disease as it has asthma muscular dystrophy, diabetes brain injury. And others the Thank you haven't. So that lot of interesting things that you have been involved in over the years. Especially in by physics, group at Harvard. One of the is that is a lot of interesting and a lot of work has been done is the Nanno fiber. And you know from my perspective Makita Sciences. I would argue, has sort of underperformed compared to many other. engineering to Maine's but you know I was wounded. In India, why professors who tell me that material sciences is where the battle is going to be one because you know innovation there could have really ready broad applications and so Nanna flavors. You are designing. clothing, extreme temperatures, odd moves, things that good resist explosions and so on. Do you want to talk a bit about that area? Yes sure. So why don't I? Start how I got interested in this I would I was in Afghanistan in two, thousand, three and got. me and my I got called into a situation where A five year old child had been burned it'd been. The effectively dipped into boiling water up to about his chest and it was horrific a died. But it was it was awful as you can possibly imagine. And I came back to Harvard to start my lab after my first tour in Afghanistan. And you can't see something like that. It was it impacted me and my guys I in the event surrounding what happened with that getting burned in what happened immediately after were were pretty horrific and.

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"harvard university" Discussed on Hip-Hop Can Save America

Hip-Hop Can Save America

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"harvard university" Discussed on Hip-Hop Can Save America

"The meantime inbetween signed for more information about the hip hop x lab visit can't stop hip hop dot org or hip hop E. X. lab on instagram. Once again, my name is manny faces the Creator producer and.

"harvard university" Discussed on Hip-Hop Can Save America

Hip-Hop Can Save America

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"harvard university" Discussed on Hip-Hop Can Save America

"Really truly missing out thoughts that were echoed by event organizers upchurch one thing I would encourage anybody who's in the. Theater who's curious about this intersection of hip hop in education the one thing I want them to know is that it's already in the room. just hip hop being in his early forties and having young people who've been on the planet less than that. It's in their lives it's in. The way they see the world it's in the music. It's in the dress type away. So it's in the room and it's not in the room as a as a less than as may be it's in the room as a part of people's being so. Stop and pause and ask themselves how how might it be in the room and how might that be an asset for the learning to really move forward? What am I soon, as listening to how do they move their bodies? How're certain artists helping them get connected to the world's each other? How can I make space for that to be a greater part of the room since it's already here, upchurch went on to summarize the day's events with an optimistic look at the future of hip hop based education. Conference was amazing. This is the third year. The turn out was great. The energy was beautiful all day long we have presenters from all over the country and the local area. Contributing what they think about hip hop as a necessary element of the. Movement is the name of conference. Can't, Stop Hip Hop Education Movement. because. Hip Hop can't be stopped and the move to like transform education is real and is urging hip hop has to be a part of that. So we had. M.. C. Visual artists, dancers, educators. We have people creating beautiful artwork and fifteen minutes in a response to a prompt about how you can keep the movement going. Is, beautiful. I'm on a high right now. That high extended well into the evening as the event wrapped up presenters, participants and attendees trickled out of Asquith Hall, leaving behind the echoes of music dance laughter conversation. Education and hope. Once again, thanks to Asia upchurch everyone involved with the can't stop hip Hop the Education Movement Conference Twenty Nineteen I was asked to return I was looking forward to coming back to participate in the twenty twenty edition, which, of course, as mentioned previously was waylaid due to the pandemic. It was truly an honor and privilege to be there among the students, the teachers, the educators everyone involved at the artists participants, the attendees who such an inspiring event I was truly looking forward to attending and. Participating in the twenty twenty version I do look forward to twenty, twenty one and the return of can't stop hip hop the Education Movement at the Harvard Graduate School of Education in.

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"harvard university" Discussed on Hip-Hop Can Save America

Hip-Hop Can Save America

06:58 min | 2 years ago

"harvard university" Discussed on Hip-Hop Can Save America

"And. I would love to still see senior housing show me your. Keeps Ryan Color. And if you get up on Wall No. Now facial upchurch wouldn't have had it. Any other way dance and physical movement also played a big part in the days events California based Graduate Student Michael Allays workshop moving through the lesson explored the importance of movement in hip hop pedagogy. I want to Event at a bottle as Roemer Son on Municipal ID above auditorium. So that was inside red velvet very very European savings so you can. Imagine how supposed to behavioral supposed to be. You're what you're supposed to do. Like a hip hop event in that space was already a little bit like it's like a hip hop in Harvard. It's your little bit of A. Little bit of tension. I for sure all the hit. Bob Denser points spin. Complied to that however what I saw the ad and he fought her completely remixed the replays fake and the purpose, and really made it there on the ciphers everywhere to discard ripples. There were just sitting on this state you work completely repurposing space. So maybe at least in hip-hop, there's went to challenge this theory of how speed controller body and agents right and. This means that. Student, Anti Comic. Traditional classroom. Traditional. While lady soul let a workshop in Jamaican dancehall and American hip hop dances African roots spoke about movement from a holistic almost spiritual perspective we have one body to live. And how we move through life says a lot about us and how we treat our bodies and how we interact with others. Just physically, is very important on so many levels whether it's in a battle whether it's on just being respectful and cordial to one another. And that's why me movement is utterly important. It's not just dance. It's how we live in our bodies. It's this connection to not only the mind and body, but the soul that was perhaps one of the larger takeaways from this conference. Though it receives pushback and right it's at least somewhat logical to see the benefits of hip hop to approve certain educational processes. What's even more surprising to some outside of the culture is how much opportunity there is US hip hop elements and associated art forms as Catharsis as a tool for healing. Presenter Dawn Marie Luna spoke about how technology can assist demonstrating the concept behind the break an APP designed to decrease mental health stigma and reduce daily stress. For Sherry. Trauma. Talking about. that. would. Be. Young. People. WHO Don't know how they handle that grief and hopefully this. Is Complete than the masses will have a little game and interactive game where they could learn about emotional intelligence. Components of hip hop. Again Youth will only there to listen but participate and poetry and rap influence sessions to discuss personal matters were extremely popular and well attended during the day demonstrated by how Lauren Jones kicked off her mental health workshop. Right now, this is a sex space. This is the same song with the attitude that we do do not feel like you have to be censored. This is all based on how you feel in this moment. What shared in this room? Stays in this. I don't want anyone to feel uncomfortable expressing or sharing whatever it is that they have on their chest right now. Three you do not have participate in any activity for stay if you feel uncomfortable or overwhelmed at any moment, feel free to the bathroom go get a quieter and you that some of these topics are very sensitive. So I want everyone to feel like they have. Free Reign of their emotions yes. Lastly how fun Funding. While a huge focus was on youth participation. This was a major conference aimed at showing hip hop is a valuable tool in any educators toolkit and the next generation of teachers in attendance were definitely feeling inspired. His graduate student Mazen Yussef giving his perspective. Yeah. So From Dearborn Michigan, right outside Detroit on the master student here Harvard School of Education studying. Learning teaching. Talk for a few years. Elementary School Middle School so I really really believe in the youth and I. took. A class shop church on the fall semester call racing hip hop education and I've always been interested in hip hop bikes never really saw action to to to to education till I had the people here who was fakers a lot people during amazing things and participation on the people need to know about this conference. I mean there's a lot of an invasion by creativity. A lot of genius as to be. Out There For nichelle Jackson and Tiffany Garcia students at Wellesley College. The fact it a full-fledged academe conference centered on hip hop was reverberating through the iconic holes of Harvard was indeed no worthy and spoke about what other educators should understand about the intersection of hip hop and education. I'M GONNA show, Jackson I'm a senior at Wellesley College. I'm here taking intro to hip hop studies course. One of our assignments was to go out to a hip hop event very like vague and open into right nothing. You learn about the space and do some interpretations about the Space Yeah. What do you think of when you think of hip hop and education in the same space Like conflict like when I came to the hip hop conference at Harvard. At Harvard was the conflict. Like. This kind of Buji Space and I think a lot of organizers here kind of like hinted towards it because when they mentioned harbor, they did it in English British like Joie, the accent. So everybody recognizes that they are. kind of like not oil and water like that. These spaces happened always gotten along. Hi Name is Sydney Garcia, and I'm a transfer Sophomore Wolsey College I came to the conference because I'm going to intern hopefully for this music streaming company called. Audio Mac in the summer and I've always chosen traditional pots like doctor or like businessperson I'm like, Hey I really.

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"harvard university" Discussed on Hip-Hop Can Save America

Hip-Hop Can Save America

07:06 min | 2 years ago

"harvard university" Discussed on Hip-Hop Can Save America

"Much of a space here at Harvard that was really by being talked about hip hop talking about young people and how leg that is such a rich kind of place for students to be Kinda start their journey in academia surprisingly. Because it them where they're at and it connects them to arts and things that they're already really interested in, and so we we had a student group, and so we had like a few jam sessions. We like music sharing sessions. We had educators that were in the college and talk about what they were doing with their students, and we're just kind of like sharing ideas, and then we decided to put on a conference to. kind of make it a little bit more. Give it more info that was two years ago. It's amazing the growth from two years ago it was really contained two years ago to primarily Harvard Professors Harvard students, and just like you know in these three roads that are around the Harvard graduate. School of Education. And? Came from the college, maybe the performances. But now it's like we're opening the doors of Harvard to the Boston area to the country and so many people. Come in and out. So welcome and invited, and so received so much love and so much love. So I feel like it's kind of like breaking down walls like the invisible walls of privilege hierarchy at even the physical walls of a brick and mortar that give the prestigious place and so it's just been an amazing evolution. I attended the conference as a journalist wanted to share some of the ideas and ingenuity on display with the listeners of hip hop can save. America because they embody the concept of the show that there are incredible opportunities to tackle some of our most difficult social disparities and injustices harnessing the power of the same youth led movement that has become so much a part of the lives of populations across the world if up not for those looking for specifics agawam starting with Austin Martin from rhymes with reason, an organization seeking to quote change the way words and literacy or accessed in a new growingly. Diverse America. Here. Martin explained what led them to start incorporating hip hop lyrics into traditional English learning. Out of the top one, hundred words on the sat within hip hop music that we list to all the time I feel like obscure artists, drink Kenji. J. Bloomberg. Who like those people have as a team level vocabulary in their music readily available so that's what I was like. Okay. I'm one of the year. Now English makes sense and there are many programs that utilize rap hip-hop to help translate literary concepts using the lyrics and music young students love. But can wrap help teach math. California based math teacher Lebron James broke down video culturally. Haven't been hip hop math video. It's a when I was at harbour. We did this video with the animations. Using music to engage students who we're looking to do stimulate learning is a whole series of remand lessons a lot. About hip hop. and. Then have kids around the country. Right math wrapped them on us, and then we want to turn them into rap star because here's idea. There's a shortage of messages Henry and it gets harder gate. So if you get a few good teachers and a lot of rappers and they put together math rap videos now they can be on. Internet and they can sell math wraps for twenty five cents. So, all these rappers going around trying to go platinum triple platinum but that market is saturated. There's no one to a mattress and you have four million kids take an Algebra every year who would love to pay twenty five cents a lesson or twenty five cents a month or a dollar a month for math. So that is what we're looking to put together to make map point engaged for kid and his four million jobs in stem. Would you can't do the same without the? If. You don't have the math skills. You GonNa play robotics, Legos of clay all you want. Job. Teachers in attendance were clearly excited about the potential. Debris gas used in hip hop into your content. So I bridge I math wrath is how I bring. To the met. The better your rat. If you've really got rapid skills, let me see. You wrap this this this this quadrajet equation you can wrap that. I. Give You. It's like, okay you meet me halfway through. Halfway hip hop allows you to do that then learning increase also. James talked to me as well about shrugging off the kinds of resistance that hip hop based educators often after confront when trying to implement these intersections in institutions that are often stubbornly resistant to change. First of all people resistant hip hop starting seventy nine rapper's delight they were resistant. It didn't in La where I'm from, you know when? They were resistant to that when the two live crew Kim but they were resistant to that when. There's always been resistance, but you can't resist a hip hop man hip hop world. Come through, and so you start with a few teachers, bring a hip hop to the classroom. When they see the kids start to come to that classroom in the kids galvanized around that teacher it puts pressure on the other teachers to have to do. So you just gotTa let the hip hop grow but once you plant the seed man, you not hip hop on growth so we tried to. Do that in a math class. Now, while hip hop is often used as a direct educational tool in these kinds of ways, I think what gets lost sometimes as just how much to music and the culture can be used teach improve litany of life skills not just reading writing and arithmetic. I'm talking about self confidence communication and collaboration as explained by Mike Johnson from Utah based mentorship nonprofit spy hopped. Logic model this clearly lays out a theory practice and all of our classes five up so I can increase passenger effective communication in the media arts, increased college career, and future readiness. Skills Building meaningful interpersonal cross cultural connections, increased self-confidence being engaged media where citizens. Some of the most important parts about what we do mentors. You definitely teaching communication life skills as a part of that process communication and collaboration and one of the big aspects of the class like I need to have incorporated as a part of it. So we do of music videos a part of it. When they complete their album where they collaborate with our film apprenticeship, they have to get their album artwork designed by our design apprentices. So being able to have a real world experiences of communicating in. With all these different parts of creating a whole project usually it takes a team effort for most albums getting done. It's not usually one person to everything like Ajay Kohler arrest whatever is there's usually more people that are helping out making happen. So Getting Your Project Mixed mastered out and distribution distributing artwork designed video shot doing the promotion for your shows all that stuff. Ranks based Educator.

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"harvard university" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"harvard university" Discussed on KOMO

"Seventy this week Harvard University released an ambitious new study that points out step by step what needs to happen if we want to have any chance against this virus T. T. S. I used to those initials they stand for testing tracing and supported isolation and they are the basis of the Harvard research ABC's Erica Turkey talked about it this week as a part of his A. B. C. news podcast covert nineteen what you need to know a panel of four dozen economists social scientists lawyers and ethicists agree now the country must dramatically increased testing before any re opening can safely occur it's all part of what this bipartisan Blue Ribbon panel calls a roadmap to pandemic resilience Danielle Allen is a lead author and she joins us now from Harvard's Safra center for ethics doctor Allen what's involved here so the big picture is we need a massive ramp up testing tracing and supported isolation so finding people who are positive for coalbed tracing their contacts wanting their contacts making sure they get tested then when people have to be isolated and treated the baby supported and that their strong protection get your packages you have access to groceries and so forth what does it mean to ramp up like that it means go really it means five million tests a day not where we've been which is more along the lines about four hundred thousand a week right really big ramp up is the moment for candu America to really show up and myself to work this is a lot bigger than say just getting everyone's temperature taken at the door before they walk into the office this is this is a disease containment disease suppression so really it's about identifying who has instructions so that they can be treated and isolated prior to spreading it I'm one of the biggest challenges with program is the number of people who are asymptomatic carriers as a one of the things we've all been really serving our heads against the fact that the CDC guidance is still that tested just be for symptomatic people that means you got a whole lot of people out there spreading by surrounded we have been able to do anything about it so far it's been about three months since the country's been living with corona virus and we've tested one percent of the population is this doable everybody sort of worried is doable the question is not whether it is just how is it doable and they really two parts to the how there's an existing supply chain for testing it has a lot of choke points even with its existing checkpoints it could definitely ramped up capacity we ought to be able to get up to two million a day if we can get on with some serious coordination driven by the federal government and federal procurement in addition there's innovation pathway to scaling up even further so one of the biggest point is really just a small break up people's noses and the fact that when you six walks up people's noses everybody involved has to give personal protective equipment PPE and I just got to be a really big complicated enterprise the good news is that just this past week rockers was approved for a spit test and others been tested in the work so we actually have a way of doing testing that doesn't require PP I'm not should permit I'm a pathway to ramble what you're describing is also going to take a spirit in the country which at times especially politically seems to to be missing yeah this is not the software we do need leadership we need at all places salvageable for the federal government the White House and Congress either the White House or Congress can set up this kind of testing supply port the governors are going to have to sketch out testing grounds mistakes and build out frameworks that really in bad civil liberties protections nondiscrimination protections labor protections Marissa county public health officials have to jump in and contribute to it is a moment for national unity and for gather together and that kind of can do American spirit Daniel Allen at Harvard University with a plan that unfolds in four stages by June all the social workers get tested by July seventy percent of the population goes back to work.

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"harvard university" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"harvard university" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"This week Harvard University released an ambitious new study that points out step by step what needs to happen if we want to have any chance against this virus T. T. S. I used to those initials they stand for testing tracing and supported isolation and they are the basis of the Harvard research ABC's Erica Turkey talked about it this week as a part of his A. B. C. news podcast covert nineteen what you need to know a panel of four dozen economists social scientists lawyers and ethicists agree now the country must dramatically increased testing before any re opening can safely occur it's all part of what this bipartisan Blue Ribbon panel calls a roadmap to pandemic resilience Danielle Allen is a lead author and she joins us now from Harvard's Safra center for ethics doctor Allen what's involved here so the big picture is we need a massive ramp up testing tracing and supported isolation so finding people who are positive for Kobe tracing the contacts wanting their contacts making sure they get tested then when people have to be isolated and be treated okay be supported and that their strong protection that care packages you have access to groceries and so forth what does it mean to ramp up like that it means go really big it means five million times a day not where we've been which is more along the lines about four hundred thousand a week rice is really big ramp up it's a moment for can't do America to really show up and process work this is a lot bigger than say just getting everyone's temperature taken at the door before they walk into the office this is bigger than that this is a disease containment disease suppression so really it's about identifying who has instructions so that they can be treated and isolated prior to spreading it I'm one of the biggest challenges with program is the number of people who are asymptomatic carriers and so one of the things we've all been really Sir bang our heads against is the fact that the CDC guidance is still that tests should just be for symptomatic people that means you got a whole lot of people out there is spreading the virus around we have been able to do anything about it so far it's been about three months since the country's been living with corona virus and we've tested one percent of the population is this doable everybody is very worried is doable the question is not whether it is just how is it do a ball and they're really two parts to the how there's an existing supply chain for testing and has a lot of choke points even with its existing checkpoints it could definitely ramped up capacity we ought to be able to get up to two million a day if we can get on with some serious coordination driven by the federal government and federal procurement in addition though there's innovation pathway to scaling up even further so one of the biggest point is really just a stronger go up people's noses and the fact that he sticks warms up people's noses everybody involved has to give personal protective equipment PPE and I just got to give you a big complicated enterprise the good news is that just this past week bankers was approved for a state test and others been test in the work so we actually have a way of doing testing that doesn't require PP I'm not super Mets I'm a pathway to ramble what you're describing is also going to take a spirit in the country which at times especially politically seems to to be missing yeah this disease knock us off track we do need leadership we need at all places so there's a whole for the federal government both White House and Congress either the White House or Congress can set up this kind of testing supply board governors are going to have to sketch out testing grounds mistakes and build out frameworks that really in bad civil liberties protections nondiscrimination protections labor protections Marissa county public health officials have to jump in and contribute to it is a moment for national unity and for gather together and that kind of can't you Americans Daniel Allen at Harvard University with a plan that unfolds in four stages by June all the social workers get tested.

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"harvard university" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"harvard university" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"To help schools and students pummeled by the corona virus pandemic see that terrible trump administration they're just there but because that because if the money is designed to help students the children but children later help Harvard University announced Wednesday it would ask the education department to re allocate eight point six million dollars that had been directed to this school it had faced criticism from president trump education education secretary Betsy to Voss and others who else to thank for accepting the money which it said was intended to use it to use to help students with urgent financial needs caused by the pandemic well not exactly the way that I do to be sure but the Susan was moved up typed up the story for the for the Washington post so I looked her up naturally because you know something that she went to Brown University I relate school event Columbia University ivy League school where Brock Obama went to undergrad and not none of this should come as a surprise to anyone no I'm not that that should come as a surprise it's a factory I gotta tell you and and the second type because of the story also went to Columbia University it's a cookie cutters big they'll come out they think the same there's no diversity of thought or opinion whatsoever they goose step they are a centipede marching toward dystopia we'll be right back there's only one Chris plants the Chris Plante show Washington's mall W. Washington comes to talk road.

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"harvard university" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"harvard university" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"The Harvard University T. H. chan school of public health that are part of this and there are some well known a doctor is an epidemiologist that were part of this study I am a say in the study that our goal is to quote our goal in modeling such policies is not to endorse them but to identify likely trajectories of the epidemic under alternative approaches we do not take a position on the advisability of these scenarios given the economic burden that sustain distancing may oppose but we note the potentially catastrophic burden on the health care system that is predicated or predicted I should say if distancing is poorly effective and or not sustained for long enough I think that for a moment long enough what does that mean well and that's a very don't let that be a throwaway line think about that is very very significant because if we go back to normal too soon that actually constitutes not the sustained long enough and in layman's terms in normal chest regular people speak here if we try to open things up too quickly without having things under control then we could be up by Schmidt's creek big time yeah not the not not not that TV show because I can't say that word even though it's been a little differently I still can't say that word on broadcast radio but Schmidt's creek TV which I would watch him my wife and I we have that on our list and a lot of people say that it's it's pretty he E. good day so that is on the list and of course we're all watching a whole lot more TV these days and certainly services like Amazon prime and Netflix Hulu they're saying pretty massive spikes and bandwidth usage and and viewing so there we are this is the new study that's getting a lot of attention today what about Dr Fauci did Dr Fauci sail through this latest little situation with president trump it appears that way as we bid sure the doctor Fauci is not going to be fired when I could have dropped to an apprentice and you're fired not gonna happen just yet so that's that's a positive thing because I think the country does need Dr Fauci at this point I the number you're on snow we'll get into that there's a lot more than that just a little teaser so we'll talk about the firing of thought she which is looking a whole lot less likely let's dive into that next you want to get on the program folks eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine the nationwide number you're on Schmidt eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine and of course you know this show in me is serious when I have to be funny when I want to be we just run the gamut and we will gamba ties into thou cheat Nexon Schmidt hang on hold this is may not be stomach issues for me it's intense gas or pain or diarrhea sometimes all at once over and over I spent years with the symptoms but could never figure it out no matter what I did they never went away so I decided to break it down for my doctor and get really specific about my symptoms we discovered that exocrine pancreatic insufficiency or EPRI may be the reason for my stomach issues E. P. eyes caused by my pancreas it leads to diarrhea gas bloating stomach pain unexplained weight loss and oily stools the symptoms just don't go away but he P. I can show up with even one symptom the good news API's manageable but.

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"harvard university" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"harvard university" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"The Harvard University T. H. chan school of public health that are part of this and there are some well known our doctor is an epidemiologist that were part of this study and they say in the study that our goal is to quote our goal in modeling such policies is not to endorse them but to identify likely trajectories of the epidemic under alternative approaches we do not take a position on the advisability of these scenarios given the economic burden that sustained distancing may oppose but we note the potentially catastrophic burden on the health care system that is predicated or predicted I should say if distancing is poorly affected of and or not sustained for long enough I think that for a moment long enough what does that mean well and that's a very don't let that be a throwaway line think about that is very very significant because if we go back to normal too soon that actually constitutes not the sustained long enough and in layman's terms in normal chest regular people speak here if we try to open things up too quickly without having things under control then we could be out by Schmidt's creek big time yeah not the not not not that TV show because I can't say that word even though it's been a little differently I still can't say that word on broadcast radio but Schmidt's creek TV which I would watch him my wife and I we have that on our list and a lot of people say that it's it's pretty he E. good day so that is on the list and of course we're all watching a whole lot more TV these days and certainly services like Amazon prime and Netflix Hulu they're saying pretty massive spikes and bandwidth usage and and feeling so there we are this is the new study that's getting a lot of attention today what about Dr Fauci did Dr Fauci sail through this latest little situation with president trump it appears that way as we bid sure the doctor Fauci is not going to be fired when I could have dropped to an apprentice and you're fired not gonna happen just yet so that's that's a positive thing because I think the country does need Dr Fauci at this point I the number you're on snow we'll get into that there's a lot more than that just a little teaser so we'll talk about the firing of file G. which is looking a whole lot less likely let's dive into that next you want to get on the program falls eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine the nationwide number you're on Schmidt eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine and of course you know this showing me is serious when I have to be funny when I want to be we just run the gamut and we will gamba ties into file cheat Nexon Schmidt hang on hold is the is may not be stomach issues for me it's intense gas or pain or diarrhea sometimes all at once over and over I spent years with the symptoms but could never figure it out no matter what I did they never went away so I decided to break it down for my doctor and get really specific about my symptoms we discovered that exocrine pancreatic insufficiency or EPRI may be the reason for my stomach issues E. P..

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"harvard university" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"harvard university" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

"I'm Samantha mclane editor of elite agent and market was the publisher of release agent. We are back in. Yes we are definitely becky GIN and rocketing towards the end of the year. It's crazy isn't that so we're well into now. It seems like every year goes faster and faster faster and I read some way that there is an antidote to that. What's it is because woods as we get older we get so used to doing the same things over and over again that it's like the time and space out? Brian is is going faster or something like that. I read this thing where the analogy is when you driving down the road you drive down the same road every single time and then disappears on. Because you've done it so many times before we'll put a link to the article. Basically you know like if you want these slow down. Stop drinking the coffee with the other hand just going. NSA do things differently. That's the if you don't want it on the right hand. Then try brushing teeth with the left hand try brushing. Apparently that does it does slow time down there. If you link to do new things so who we got on the podcast this week. Funny we should be talking about psychological the things that we've got a resident Oprah actually SPEC for the third time actually I third offender in custody. He is so Pencho has been contributing to lead agent magazine quite a few years. Now Yeah a couple of years. And He's being transformed coaching and stuff like that and he's he's super interesting guy. He actually has some really interesting stuff and he has just come back from Harvard University and he rented number one to learn how heartache take because how do have these interesting teaching method which brought to Australia a couple of times but also you know he trying. China's top sales people not disdain selling but in the out of negotiation pencho is not just real estate easy east got breadth of experience right across the number of different industries that he's able to bring to some of these teachings species had a hand in a few berry successful real estate agents now can't reveal who they are because that would be breaking the kind of Vegas. It's really interesting. And so this this is actually all about the art of negotiation versus the art of selling. And it's a very subtle thing you know. Would you rather be known as a great sales goal. uh-huh would you rather be known as a great negotiator them and so really. This whole thing is about learning had negotiate better. Had A tap into people's into my desires in this podcast to we talk about the difference between information and influence. Because everyone anyone can have information. It's how you use that information to truly influence the outcome that you want the event in your bio et Cetera. Well sounds there are going to be the Atanov. Good actionable tips out of this one. Actually the thing I like about talking to Panja is he really makes me think. And so this podcast. We went backwards and forwards on a few different subjects. Just to make sure that I'd gotten my head around what he was saying. This stuff is not simple. This is high level negotiation action tactic so I took nights g pulled up best of hopefully and it is all available in the action guide which you can get an agent. ELEVATE DOT COM job or you need to do is pop madras in there and we'll come wing back to you and that same email address. Just what magic. And if you found yourself downloading a few of these free action gods maybe WANNA consider getting them delivered so you can either go out and get yourself a very big officer-in-charge period ninety three fold it in half and staple it or you. You can support the show and subscribe to extra and we'll do all the hot work for you. Printed off into a forty page books suffer an envelope stamping Senate Senate on off to you so arrive every month with all of the months. PODCAST on there and a few extras. That's why we call it. The lead agent extra because two months between magazines is sometimes uh-huh long time an extra will be going on through the holidays. Right sure will and as a subscriber you can also get access to all of the previous issues as well so there's a lot of great information mation bear and also if you want to do any of that. Christmas time reading changes weekdays at inspiration for your New Year. Well I think that's about it. I hope everybody enjoys this. podcast with trencher and.

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"harvard university" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"harvard university" Discussed on Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

"I'm Samantha mclane editor of elite agent and market was the publisher of release agent. We are back in. Yes we are definitely becky GIN and rocketing towards the end of the year. It's crazy isn't that so we're well into now. It seems like every year goes faster and faster faster and I read some way that there is an antidote to that is because woods as we get older we get so used to doing the same things over and over again that. It's like the time and space out. Brian is is going faster or something like that. I read this thing where the analogy is when you driving down the road you drive down the same road every single time and then disappears on. Because you've done it so many times before we'll put a link to the article. Basically you know like if you want these slow down. Stop drinking the coffee with the other hand just going. NSA do things differently. That's the if you don't want it on the right hand. Then try brushing teeth with the left hand try brushing. Apparently that does it does slow time down there. If you link to do new things so who we got on the podcast this week. Funny we should be talking about psychological the things that we've got a resident Oprah actually SPEC for the third time actually I third offender in custody. He is so Pencho has been contributing to lead agent magazine quite a few years. Now Yeah a couple of years. And He's being transformed coaching and stuff like that and he's he's super interesting guy. He actually has some really interesting stuff and he has just come back from Harvard University and he rented number one to learn how heartache take because how do have these interesting teaching method which brought to Australia a couple of times but also you know he trying. China's top sales people not disdain selling but in the out of negotiation pencho is not just real estate easy east got breadth of experience right across the number of different industries that he's able to bring to some of these teachings species had a hand in a few berry successful real estate agents now can't reveal who they are because that would be breaking the kind of Vegas. It's really interesting. And so this this is actually all about the art of negotiation versus the art of selling. And it's a very subtle thing you know. Would you rather be known as a great siles gold. uh-huh would you rather be known as a great negotiator them and so really. This whole thing is about learning had negotiate better. Had A tap into people's into my desires in this podcast to we talk about the difference between information and influence. Because everyone anyone can have information. It's how you use that information to truly influence the outcome that you want the event in your bio citra sounds. There are going to be the Atanov. Good actionable tips out of this one. Actually the thing I like about talking to Panja is he really makes me think. And so this podcast. We went backwards and forwards on a few different subjects. Just to make sure that I'd gotten my head around what he was saying. This stuff is not simple. This is high level negotiation action tactic so I took nights g pulled up best off. Hopefully and it is all available in the action guide which you can get an agent. ELEVATE DOT COM job or you need to do is pop madras in there and we'll come wing back to you and that same email address. Just what magic. And if you found yourself downloading a few of these free action gods maybe WANNA consider getting them delivered so you can either go out and get yourself a very big officer-in-charge period ninety three fold it in half and staple it or you. You can support the show and subscribe to extra and we'll do all the hot work for you. Printed off into a forty page books suffer an envelope stamping Senate Senate on off to you so arrive every month with all of the months. PODCAST on there and a few extras. That's why we call it. The lead agent extra because two months between magazines is sometimes uh-huh long time an extra will be going on through the holidays. Right sure will and as a subscriber you can also get access to all of the previous issues as well so there's a lot of great information mation bear and also if you want to do any of that. Christmas time reading changes weekdays at inspiration for your New Year. Well I think that's about it. I hope everybody enjoys this. podcast with trencher and.

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"harvard university" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"harvard university" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"At Harvard University and the Wharton business school has just posted a three minute expose on why you were being lied to by the financial system and what it means for your retirement visit stock market scandal six dot com all one word there watch a three minute public announcement from professor Joel Ekman a forensic accountant who warned Americans about the market crash in two thousand eight before it's too late visit stock market scandal six dot com to get the full story on what's coming to the stock market or text the word scandal to two four six eight ten you will hear a disturbing message that affects eighty five hundred stocks you might be holding right now a warning that's already attracted one hundred eighty of the world's top three hundred money managers again due to stock market scandal six dot com more text scandal S. C. A. N. D. A. L. to two four six eight ten a lot of companies are rethinking their use of plastics burger kings in the UK or remove all plastic toys from children's meals to help reduce waste something Donald's in Great Britain will allow parents to swap happy meal toys for a bag of fruit flies early next year McDonald's will test offering customers the choice of either a book or toy and face vocal band single use plastic water bottles and all of its offices worldwide Starbucks Disney American Airlines and Marriott have all stopped using plastic straws in an effort to stop damaging the environment I'm Dan Kate's Colombia's president Yvonne do Kay says more concerted action needs to be taken against Venezuela and its president he spoke yesterday before traveling to New York for the annual meeting of the U. N. General Assembly do Kay said the quote brutality of Nicolas Maduro must end and he said any aggression by Venezuela's armed forces.

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"harvard university" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"harvard university" Discussed on WTVN

"Interstellar light sales and advanced transportation system that was pushing payloads up to a million tons of each voting from his paper a large enough to carry living passengers across interstellar or even enter. Galactic distances. This is close quote. They had of Harvard University's astronomy department. And in one of our interviews. He said to me Linda, quote, if our civilization on earth is now contemplating doing star shot which is kind of projecting with lasers. And they might try this in about another year or two that they would start off with something small and light. And maybe get it up to twenty or thirty percent of the speed of light because it would be small it'd be like pushing an iphone with laser, but we'd have a shield on it. And if they start doing that now he said there might be another advanced technological civilization that already has mastered. This technology went far ahead. And so that now that we're what we're seeing with these birds. Of half a billion Suns of energy and not just in one part of this universe. But all over the place that they are actually evidence of launching advanced large cargoes now that is fascinating. Because he's not the only astronomer and astrophysicist who is linking this concept that if you reach a point where you could start launching small things and work your way up into heavier cargo that where we are now sorted beginning to tip toe into Cam we use laser light to project something.

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