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Boston - Harvard drops standardized test requirement for 2021

Charlie Brennan

04:04 min | 2 weeks ago

Boston - Harvard drops standardized test requirement for 2021

"Harvard University arguably our top school in the country academically anyway has decided at least for last year are for next year to drop the ACT and the SAT as part of its admissions requirements in my view it's the only non B. S. way of measuring student performance because letters of recommendation are completely subjective and fraught with politics and sore grades because the grades at a high school in St Louis may not be the same as the grades at a high school in Los Angeles for that matter the greats of the parkway school district could be completely different from the grades right in the Saint Louis city public school I mean we know that to be true but the ACT and the SAT however flawed is the kind of the same for everybody around the country okay Charlie and for clarification is this dropping of the ACT SAT by Harvard is this moving forward or is this a covert adjustment is it for this year because it's at least for this year they're gonna see where it goes now there is the cold that adjustment because the test taking has been out of whack however as you know standardized tests have been criticized for a long time because minority groups often but not all always fare more poorly on them I say often not always Latinos and African Americans trail whites but whites do trail Asians when it comes to the standardized testing right and that was the reason of the university of California system dropping the A. C. T. S. A. T. because they said that it it hurt some minority communities to me if you have nationwide minority communities struggling with the ACT SAT right that is the result of a broken educational system so instead of trying to erase the results of a broken education system fix the education system but what you're going to have that is students getting into the university of California school system and don't get me wrong people who know how to play the system can play the system ACT or SAT are not built figure out how to work the system to their advantage but those students who get in and have a compromise education that is not now exposed by the SAT SAT will find themselves in a university that they can't they can't keep up with that that they are foundational education is not there so then what do they do when those students start poor faring poorly in the school system do you lower the school system standards the university system standards well the equity income cook equity and inclusion are the big buzz words these days and there are important but it's not the only important thing as saw some have suggested Dr Marty Rochester and others you know merits important to merit any our I. T. and let's say you are at Los Alamos and you're trying to create a bomb that ends the war you have to go with the people who have demonstrated the greatest intellectual ability you can't say Hey let's get something let's get the rainbow you know it's it and that's also true if you're let's say you're looking for a surgeon you're not saying Hey I want my surgical team to be a rainbow you want the best working on you and there's nothing wrong with saying those who scored the highest deserve something because when we invite new products or when we're trying to find a new contraption or whatever the assignment is if if it requires great intellectual acuity you have to cope with the people who've demonstrated great intellectual acuity so to me we're throwing the baby out with the bath water a little bit here yes let's give everybody a shot but let's not forget that sometimes a test is a good predictor of your

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Second U.S. Wave Emerges as Cases Spike Weeks After States Reopen

AP 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 3 weeks ago

Second U.S. Wave Emerges as Cases Spike Weeks After States Reopen

"Quinn as cases of the new coronavirus spike in the Carolinas Arizona and Texas the White House is exploring the possibility travel from Mexico may be a factor not the states moving quickly to reopen their economies the notion was discussed during a meeting of the administration's coronavirus task force Harvard University epidemiologist William heritage says state leaders knew that cases would increase as people left their homes he dismisses the argument that the numbers are higher because more testing is being done I went to the proportion coming back positive and hasn't really gone down so it means that you're testing law and you're finding more which means there's more that could be found officials in Utah announced that they're pausing lifting virus restrictions more than three hundred new cases a

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Harvard University in Boston Offers Staff Early Retirement to Reduce Expenses

WBZ Midday News

00:17 sec | 3 weeks ago

Harvard University in Boston Offers Staff Early Retirement to Reduce Expenses

"Harvard is now offering staff early retirement and other incentives to reduce expenses as part of the plan staffers at the Cambridge cop campus will also be asked to give up they cation time and reduce their work hours to help Harvard close a revenue shortfall of one point two billion

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Coronavirus And Racism Are Dual Public Health Emergencies

Short Wave

02:15 min | Last month

Coronavirus And Racism Are Dual Public Health Emergencies

"For over a week, there have been protests around the globe in response to the death of George. Floyd and the ongoing systemic racism that is woven into the fabric of the United States racism that has led to countless public health crises in black communities. For many these protests have raised additional public health concerns were in the midst of a coronavirus pandemic, the potential for transmission from close proximity and loud, chanting to potentially being jailed in close quarters inside. In both of these public health crises, systemic racism and the coronavirus pandemic black Americans are dying at a disproportionately high rate, so in order to understand all of this from a public health standpoint what the risks are, and how public health experts are weighing them naturally, we called up David Williams I am a professor of Public Health and African and African American Studies at Harvard University in for over thirty years. David spent his time researching the social influences health race ethnicity, socioeconomic status tress health behaviors, religious involvement factors outside of the traditional medical domain. Domain that we would think of but nonetheless consequential for health. What I'm saying is David is kind of a big deal in this field, and it's this large body of knowledge and expertise that led the little smarties over the Washington Post to reach out to him for an op Ed about the corona, virus and race. I think in general most Americans are unaware that racial disparities in health exist and then what we saw early with the coronavirus, as we were seen these striking racial disparities in health in one US city after another. and. Then people are now understanding it, but then the mis attributing what the causes. So. People are thinking well the. On the line conditions reflects the bad behavior of populations and not really recognizing it reflects the poor living conditions, low economic status and a high levels of

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South Carolina to stay open despite spike in virus cases

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last month

South Carolina to stay open despite spike in virus cases

"Health officials in several states are reporting spikes in the number of cobit nineteen cases ended meaning it's because virus restrictions have been lifted South Carolina health officials say it seems people are not taking safety precautions seriously after being allowed to resume activities like eating out celebrating graduations and going to stores or work the state says people need to take responsibility for themselves and wear masks and observe social distancing it's the same story in Arizona with nearly a thousand new cases two weeks after virus restrictions were lifted there and Utah is averaging about two hundred new cases a day Harvard University epidemiologist William Hammett says these numbers don't count likely exposures from mass protests around the country you're not going to notice the consequences until people falling ill getting counted in a few weeks hi Jackie Quinn

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South Carolina to stay open despite spike in virus cases

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last month

South Carolina to stay open despite spike in virus cases

"Health officials in several states are reporting spikes in the number of cobit nineteen cases ended meaning it's because virus restrictions have been lifted South Carolina health officials say it seems people are not taking safety precautions seriously after being allowed to resume activities like eating out celebrating graduations and going to stores or work the state says people need to take responsibility for themselves and wear masks and observe social distancing it's the same story in Arizona with nearly a thousand new cases two weeks after virus restrictions were lifted there and Utah is averaging about two hundred new cases a day Harvard University epidemiologist William Hammett says these numbers don't count likely exposures from mass protests around the country you're not going to notice the consequences until people falling ill getting counted in a few weeks hi Jackie Quinn

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South Carolina to stay open despite spike in virus cases

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last month

South Carolina to stay open despite spike in virus cases

"Health officials in several states are reporting spikes in the number of cobit nineteen cases ended meaning it's because virus restrictions have been lifted South Carolina health officials say it seems people are not taking safety precautions seriously after being allowed to resume activities like eating out celebrating graduations and going to stores or work the state says people need to take responsibility for themselves and wear masks and observe social distancing it's the same story in Arizona with nearly a thousand new cases two weeks after virus restrictions were lifted there and Utah is averaging about two hundred new cases a day Harvard University epidemiologist William Hammett says these numbers don't count likely exposures from mass protests around the country you're not going to notice the consequences until people falling ill getting counted in a few weeks hi Jackie Quinn

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African Americans struggle with disproportionate COVID death toll

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

03:10 min | Last month

African Americans struggle with disproportionate COVID death toll

"Trump is not some foreign anomaly. He is firmly rooted in the racist history of this nation. He is a product of it. So today we're going to look at that history. The history that brought us to this day and this moment. Later in the program I'll be joined by Stewart schrader, a scholar race, policing and counterinsurgency to discuss the history of militarized police forces and the current weapons and tactics that they are using in an effort to kill these uprisings. But we begin with Dr Kisha. She is an associate professor of history at the University of Pittsburgh and president of the African American intellectual. History Society She's also a nineteen twenty twenty w e B. Do boys fellow at Harvard? University Dr Blaine is the author of the Multi Prize. Winning book set the world on fire, black nationalist women and the global struggle for freedom. She recently published an op. Ed in the Washington Post titled Violence In Minneapolis is rooted in the history of racist policing in America Dr Kishan. Thank you so much for being with us here on intercepted. Thank you for having me. What happened now that sparked this broad rebellion across this country. I think there are several factors. The first that I would emphasize is Krono virus. This pandemic. is completely devastating black communities in particular and my sense is that when people saw the video of George Floyd in particular. It certainly reignited a frustration that we've long felt. And of course, learning about the killing of Briana Thomas. I think people thought well recurrently going through a global pandemic. Certainly, there's a moment where we would not expect this kind of fun rest. Certainly, there's a moment where we would somehow get a break from the kind of pattern and cycle of police brutality. Maybe it will be this moment. Of course was wishful, thinking what we learned very quickly. Is that even in the context of a virus? Once again, black people were being targeted arrested pulled off of buses for not wearing masks at the same time, not even having access to some of these are resources, and I would also add to that. It's an election year and I think. People really felt the need to push to the surface. These issues and to say whoever is going to take the highest office of the land need to address these issues, and clearly we have someone in the White House was not committed to do any of that, but at the very least in pushing the agenda, we can ensure that at least the Democratic nominee can be. Particularly mindful of the need to come up with strategies for dealing with police brutality and violence, and I should specify police killings, which is exactly what we see taking place right now. As a

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Some Maryland retailers reopen as coronavirus restrictions lift; Washington DC extends restrictions

Business Beware

00:24 sec | Last month

Some Maryland retailers reopen as coronavirus restrictions lift; Washington DC extends restrictions

"First stage of Maryland's reopening began when some retail stores were allowed to reopen and the state home order was lifted but some of the hardest hit parts of the state including the suburbs of DC extended their restrictions for residents and businesses researchers at Harvard University have calculated that the U. S. needs to test a minimum of nine hundred thousand people per day to safely reopen the account this is USA radio news

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Lawsuits demand tuition refunds as college classes move online

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Lawsuits demand tuition refunds as college classes move online

"Harvard University said Wednesday it's unlikely to return to normal by the fall raising the possibility of more online classes this as a growing number of students say they're not getting the college experience they paid for their there are protests and demands for refunds summer even suing at least twenty eight lawsuits requesting refunds have been filed against colleges and universities around the country mark Shaver has a daughter at George Washington University and once about four thousand dollars back into wishing your online classes aren't the same as in person classes you don't have a good director professor student interface George Washington says it's aware of

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Boston - Harvard Puts Math Professor on Leave for Helping Epstein ‘Boost’ Fake Public Image

WBZ Afternoon News

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Boston - Harvard Puts Math Professor on Leave for Helping Epstein ‘Boost’ Fake Public Image

"Eight ten Harvard University said it's now putting math and biology professor Martin no walk on paid leave after a review into the school's ties to the lake convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein the club says a review found extensive and previously on reported contact between the two the report also found that Epstein tried to use Harvard and Novak's program for evolutionary dynamics to try to rehab his image Eckstine visiting the program's Brattle square offices more than forty times between the years twenty ten and twenty eighteen at Harvard's president Lawrence but house as a separate review found abstained made no more donations after his conviction in twenty eighteen once then president drew Faust refused to

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Struggling United States Purchased By Private Equity Firm

The Topical

04:20 min | 2 months ago

Struggling United States Purchased By Private Equity Firm

"Some big news for the US today. The small private equity firm prospect capital partners has officially closed the deal and purchasing the United States of America. Which as we've reported has been struggling financially in the last few months the private equity firm purchased all fifty states Washington DC five major territories and various minor islands in the acquisition for an undisclosed sum. But what does this mean for? Americans like you and me for more. I'm joined by. Opr financial correspondent. Marcy Hammond Good Morning. Marcy High Leslie. Can you tell us about the country's new owners and what we can expect from them? Prospect capital partners has investments in a broad array of industries. Their portfolio includes everything from discount. Furniture stores to niche lifestyle magazines even funeral home chains and designer dog breeding services. Oh yes. I've gotten several of my teacup Pomeranian from their property. Puppy lucks but why. The United States of America to their portfolio. Well since it was already swamped in twenty three dollars worth of debt. Experts say that. Pcp was able to pay pennies on the dollar for the nation which has been renamed the United Fifty Corporation. Here's what the new. Ceo of the country. Herbert Lindgren had to say about the acquisition. We see a lot of great potential in the country in its assets water real estate energy agriculture etc as the biggest player in our portfolio united fifty is in an ideal position to capitalize on this dynamic. And I'm really excited to expand its reach. There'll be some small changes and focusing country reorganization but for the most part. We're just going to let the brand continued to create great products while supporting it. Well that sounds promising. What small changes have been implemented so far several? Lindemann is made swift moves to eliminate many inefficiencies for instance congressional representatives per state or teams as they're now called Heaven pared-down according to stay. Gdp luster running the numbers. We just move as a necessary step. Texas by itself had thirty six house representatives and dozens upon dozens of mayors but streamline the corporate structure and now the half to supervisors and a nature representatives will be based out of United Fifties. La Office and it wasn't just Texas that had inefficiencies in fact the United Fifty C. Suite identified positions states all over the country. That were found to be redundant. People in such positions were immediately removed from the country and escorted into the ocean by security. Well I guess no one ever really needed to senators anyway but martial arts some of these government positions essential to functioning United States. I mean United Fifty yes and departments are scrambling to adjust. Fill the holes while some citizens are saying that quality is definitely gone down due to the chaos however Lindemann says these stumbling blocks are nothing more than growing pains for the country. Contrary to what you've heard local officials were not laid off offered transfers to existing openings and other cities that were contract-based without benefits. We don't plan to cut our way to growth but life is about constant change. The good news is already seeing signs that we're well on our way to hitting our Q. Revenue Goals. I WANNA thank those. We've sadly seemly for their service. United Fifty and the Management Team. Here promises that we will do everything. We can to make the transition into their next chapter as easy as possible juice. These are a lot of changes. Did they know it's a Friday? Pull this shit right before the weekend. That's unfortunate I wonder. What's the new leadership goal and all this? I was wondering that myself to figure that out. I spoke to John pfeiffer professor of economics at Harvard University and an expert on private equity firms who gave me some insight into United Fifties Possible Future. Private equity was to see quick return on investment to do that. You cut costs and exploit resources to shore up earnings then. The company either sells it at a profit or if it fails to be competitive in its newly diminished form. They squeeze it into bankruptcy. I THE INVESTORS. Keep THE CASH. No matter what though. Personally I wouldn't be surprised if they offloaded the entire underperforming Midwest division to be honest now when asked to comment on the possibility of that Lindemann denied any such sale was an option. The midwest a strong acid with many natural resources and agricultural and manufacturing properties and we definitely don't see ourselves letting go of such a commodity anytime soon but we're also happy to hear out any bids that may come our way in the near future but according to a source. I spoke with inside the company country. United Fifty might already be in talks to break up the Midwest and sell it Shari Marci. I'm going to have to stop you right there. We've just received a memo from up top saying that we should stick to reporting on. What does it say here Anything else okay. Great back with something completely different right after.

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Young Voters Solidly Favor Joe Biden Over Donald Trump: Poll

WBZ Midday News

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

Young Voters Solidly Favor Joe Biden Over Donald Trump: Poll

"New new Harvard Harvard University University poll poll finds finds former former vice vice president president Joe Joe Biden Biden was was a a significant significant lead lead over president trump among young Americans WBZ's Mike Macklin reports Biden enjoys a lead comparable to what Bernie Sanders would have enjoyed it on top of the democratic ticket according to the Harvard poll former vice president Biden leads president trump fifty one percent to twenty eight percent among all young Americans age eighteen to twenty nine two thirds of those polled sixty six percent disapprove of president trump's job performance and by a two to one margin they say the president has made their lives worse more than three in five agree the outcome of the twenty twenty election will make a difference in their lives more than half of those polled say they will definitely vote in this November's presidential election

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Moving past 'invisible enemy,' Trump nudges nation to reopen

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Moving past 'invisible enemy,' Trump nudges nation to reopen

"The the chief churches White are House suing economic governor adviser Gavin Larry Newsom Kudlow and other California says he expects officials the way saying for businesses the state to bring stay back at customers home orders will to be prevent for the them spread of to the virus advertise violate to the the public first amendment about right their safety to freedom measures of religion he says and the assembly White House is considering but district judge liability Hey suse Burnell protection says for he employers will reject their in request case workers for or a restraining customers order do fall he says sick the government's a emergency Harvard University powers professor during of health the corona policy virus Dr outbreak Robert Blendon outweigh says history what with in normal the sars times outbreak would has be shown constitutional it could take weeks rights even months many for churches people to have feel been confident holding online resuming services normal activities and California does officials allow driving have already warned gatherings that masks as gloves long as congregants and social don't distancing have personal will contact continue in public I'm places Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Washington

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Moving past 'invisible enemy,' Trump nudges nation to reopen

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Moving past 'invisible enemy,' Trump nudges nation to reopen

"The the chief churches White are House suing economic governor adviser Gavin Larry Newsom Kudlow and other California says he expects officials the way saying for businesses the state to bring stay back at customers home orders will to be prevent for the them spread of to the virus advertise violate to the the public first amendment about right their safety to freedom measures of religion he says and the assembly White House is considering but district judge liability Hey suse Burnell protection says for he employers will reject their in request case workers for or a restraining customers order do fall he says sick the government's a emergency Harvard University powers professor during of health the corona policy virus Dr outbreak Robert Blendon outweigh says history what with in normal the sars times outbreak would has be shown constitutional it could take weeks rights even months many for churches people to have feel been confident holding online resuming services normal activities and California does officials allow driving have already warned gatherings that masks as gloves long as congregants and social don't distancing have personal will contact continue in public I'm places Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Washington

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Moving past 'invisible enemy,' Trump nudges nation to reopen

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Moving past 'invisible enemy,' Trump nudges nation to reopen

"The the chief churches White are House suing economic governor adviser Gavin Larry Newsom Kudlow and other California says he expects officials the way saying for businesses the state to bring stay back at customers home orders will to be prevent for the them spread of to the virus advertise violate to the the public first amendment about right their safety to freedom measures of religion he says and the assembly White House is considering but district judge liability Hey suse Burnell protection says for he employers will reject their in request case workers for or a restraining customers order do fall he says sick the government's a emergency Harvard University powers professor during of health the corona policy virus Dr outbreak Robert Blendon outweigh says history what with in normal the sars times outbreak would has be shown constitutional it could take weeks rights even months many for churches people to have feel been confident holding online resuming services normal activities and California does officials allow driving have already warned gatherings that masks as gloves long as congregants and social don't distancing have personal will contact continue in public I'm places Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Washington

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Moving past 'invisible enemy,' Trump nudges nation to reopen

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Moving past 'invisible enemy,' Trump nudges nation to reopen

"The the chief churches White are House suing economic governor adviser Gavin Larry Newsom Kudlow and other California says he expects officials the way saying for businesses the state to bring stay back at customers home orders will to be prevent for the them spread of to the virus advertise violate to the the public first amendment about right their safety to freedom measures of religion he says and the assembly White House is considering but district judge liability Hey suse Burnell protection says for he employers will reject their in request case workers for or a restraining customers order do fall he says sick the government's a emergency Harvard University powers professor during of health the corona policy virus Dr outbreak Robert Blendon outweigh says history what with in normal the sars times outbreak would has be shown constitutional it could take weeks rights even months many for churches people to have feel been confident holding online resuming services normal activities and California does officials allow driving have already warned gatherings that masks as gloves long as congregants and social don't distancing have personal will contact continue in public I'm places Jackie Quinn Jackie Quinn Washington

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Trump demands Harvard return $8.6 million in coronavirus aid

Ben Shapiro

01:19 min | 2 months ago

Trump demands Harvard return $8.6 million in coronavirus aid

"President trump is going after Harvard University however as a forty billion dollar endowment and they borrowed a bunch of money from the federal government in a bailout according to hot air according to hot air harbor got a similar amount money like ten million dollars from programs in the cares act and trump is demanding that they give the money back because they should have taken it he said he he tweeted out coverage you give the money back now they're holding down the system should be looked at image Alcindor whose course been sort of a a full of trump's and media she tweeted out some context on president trump's comments about her giving back money the school has faced criticism for taking only nine million dollars in the coronavirus aid package when it has a forty billion dollar endowment this is the whole examine system should be looked at earlier in the day the world's wealthiest university tweeted it was allocated the money is part of the historic two point two trillion dollar package passed last month this stimulate the collapsing economy however claims that it's going to put all this money into financial aid for students Forbes magazine sound skeptical this with the original plan and again Harvard has a forty billion dollar now and if they want to tap into that down it to help people pay for their for their college tuition go ahead and do it or lower your tuition about that have a wave your tuition and put on the back and with student loans but apparently they're not going to do that they're just going to kind of take the

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

Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

02:29 min | 7 months ago

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

"Because I can guarantee even even in uncertain times you'll find the top agents do still very well. Well that's You know like I can remember interviewing Glenn McGrath that cricket. Oh many years ago you you know. 'cause obviously cricket seasons coming up and sometimes you being a situation where one teams got one run to win and you've got a ball or at the other end and they've got one week. Get lift in the pressure's on by sods remember. Glen Sich mates all about the muscle memory. It's all about the practice practice practice. And that's why you training comes from say assiduous someone you know. I think the future of real estate is being an Olympic level communicate liking. You can have to practice communicating to an actual Olympic athlete level. So that you know when they situations come up you you have a different response. Yeah you know the key thing is you know when applying say's to you this is people have to take it with a pinch of salt American Pie. One point five. What he'd WanNa keep things we learnt and it works works really well is to ignore? That request doesn't mean you don't pay attention to it but you ignore it totally at the first aspect and too many salespeople believe it l.. I believe that they have to the table Yeah you need to focus on creating as much value in your range of commission that you want and when a key things is you need to be able to have have the freedom and the process and the skill and the belief to counter that fee aggressively. That's a really important thing to do. Not Aggressive in nature but aggressive in the way you pans out in the way that you present value. Well I think that's a great place to live actually as a wise is I love our chats. They're always very very lively and informative and we all love your articles so if they go to to the website and type in frontier. Contrary you yeah forward slash Ashley. I've spent time developing an e book on the seven. Mistakes salespeople make it's actually seven psychological mistakes and what you can actually do to correct vac when you're in a deal. ooh that attend interesting. So we'll leave that Lincoln the Scheinin everyone awesome. Thank you so much to connect with all things. Elite agent including the latest is coaching and features subscribe at our website elite agent dot com..

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

Elevate: The Official Podcast of Elite Agent Magazine

02:29 min | 7 months ago

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

"Because if you're guaranteed even even in uncertain times you'll find the top agents do still very well. Well that's we can remember interviewing Glenn McGrath that cricket. Oh many years ago you you know. 'cause obviously cricket seasons coming up and sometimes you being a situation where one teams got one run to win. You've got a ball or at the other end and they've got one week. Get lift in the pressure's on by sods remember. Glen Sich mates all about the muscle memory. It's all about the practice practice practice. And that's why you training comes from say assiduous someone you know. I think the future of real estate is being an Olympic level communicator. Liking you can have to practice communicating to an actual Olympic athlete level. So that you know when they situations come up you have a different response. Yeah you know the key thing is you know when applying say's to you this is people have to take it with a pinch of salt a megabyte. One point five. What he'd WanNa keep things we learnt and it works works really well is to ignore? That request doesn't mean you don't pay attention to it but you ignore it totally at the first aspect and too many salespeople believe it l.. I believe that they have to the table Yeah you need to focus on creating as much value in your range of commission that you want and when a key things is you need to be able to have have the freedom and the process and the skill in the belief to counter that fee aggressively. That's a really important thing to do. Not Aggressive in nature but aggressive in the way you pans out in the way that you present value. Well I think that's a great place to leave it actually as a wise is I love our chats. They're always very very lively and informative and we all love your articles so if they go to to the website and type in frontier. Contrary you yeah forward slash Ashley. I've spent time developing an e book on the seven. Mistakes salespeople make it's actually seven psychological mistakes and what you can actually do to correct vac when you're in a deal. ooh that attend interesting. So we'll leave that Lincoln the Scheinin everyone awesome. Thank you so much to connect with all things elite agent. Quitting the latest is coaching and features subscribe at our website elite agent dot com..

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"harvard university" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:04 min | 1 year 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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"harvard university" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

13:50 min | 1 year ago

"harvard university" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"To thirty seven. I want to share this story with you. Because I teased it so many times that I'll go right back to the phones. There's an interesting thing happening at Harvard University. Harvard has long discriminated against Asian American students, and it's been a blatant discrimination against Asian American students. You know, why? Because they're too good at school. Harvard gives each kid a personal score. And depending on your ethnicity, your background your socioeconomic status. Your score can be inflated by Harvard to increase your chance of making the cut for admissions. The only minority group whose score is actually lowered by being a part of that minority group is Asian American students. They are penalized for being Asian and we've talked about this before because it's outrageous. It's truly outrageous. The you have a kid who has done everything right in high school. They have incredible grades. They have extracurricular activities, they have volunteer hours. They have letters of recommendation and all the things that they've done their entire life to get into an Ivy league school like Harvard. Do not matter if your last name is Asian as a matter of fact, some Asian students are actually changing their last names on their application in order to give themselves a better opportunity to be judged on their merits. Rather than their ethnicity? Well, guess what? My friends lawyers have now sued there, representing a nonprofit. They've sued Harvard alleging intentional discrimination against Asian American applicants and they discovered. A study that Harvard had done in two thousand thirteen and Harvard University's own study said look if we didn't do a these kind of exclusionary tactics. What would this what would the academics? What would the the makeup of the student population? Be well if they just did that Asian students would make up a significantly higher number. Thirty one percent of Harvard's population would be Asian American students. Asian American students. Listen to this Asian American students fare best when the class was crafted based on academe IX alone. Okay. When oh no it's higher than that. The sheriff Asian American students shrinks to thirty one percent when we're recruited athletes and the children of Harvard graduates are factored in because you you a legacy at Ivy league. And the fact your parents went there means that you can go there as well. When the extracurricular and these so-called personal ratings also come into play the share of Asian Americans drops to twenty six percent. Asian Americans were the only racial or ethnic group to see a decrease in their projected class representations with the inclusion of extracurriculars and personal ratings. This is absolutely nuts. Absolutely nuts. The report showed that actual admitted suit populations which considers race, gender and other factors. Not in the internal simulations ended up eighteen point seven percent. Asian American and ten point five percent African American combined across the decade that it was reviewed and guess what? The African American population on academics alone drops down to about one percent less than one percent. So African Americans are having their theirselves inflated dramatically and Asian Americans are being punished and this is wrong. Yes. Dave actually, the Asian American. Statistics is even worse. It's forty three percent. If there was just academic stack. Democrat would be forty three percent of the class would be Asian American. And now, it's it's going it's in court right now, I want to talk about this not because I have any intention of sending the cue to Harvard. But this is exactly how the law begins to violate the equal protection of the constitution. If you have a law that singles out one group for penalty simply because of their ethnicity. How is that equal protection? It's a big issue. We'll see all the court rules. I'm very interested in this. This is a form of anti affirmative action. It's like the opposite of affirmative action. It's the uninformative action. And quite frankly, if I were the parents of an Asian student who didn't get into Harvard simply because my kid was Asian. I would be inferior for I don't know if I would want to send my kid to Harvard. I wouldn't I would just say fine. We'll go somewhere else that does especially when much less qualified students students going there and probably flunking out or not excelling or flunking out is probably what's going on. It's a very interesting study. I linked to this article on the blog today, but I'm going to follow this case because I think it's very important. It has far reaching ramifications that that are not even being talked about yet. So we'll we'll keep following that. I it's a basic case of racism, pure and simple. Exactly. I mean, they would be shocked if you called Harvey. Racists. Just the opposite. When doing one hundred percent so Harvard is full of racist. There you go. Let's talk to Daniel. Daniel you are on KOA NewsRadio eight Mandy. Go back to politics just for a second and mainly. It's about population. You know, Colorado, obviously, it's been a high gross state for a long time. Mainly the metro area. I'm in I'm in the building trades and the national association of home builders put that report every two years the last one in in two thousand sixteen ten thousand five hundred people a month. Wow. Living in moving into the metro area alone. And they've updated that comes out every two years net debt now it's twenty percent higher for this year. And people kind of think, well, there's that many people coming in a month. Well, half of them are Republican or democrat or liberal or conservative. Well, that's not the case. Most of those people are moving in or from both coasts, right east and west coast. And most of those people are coming in. They're buying homes are liberal, you know, that's where they're they're moving their money and their politics from those places, and that's why Colorado's metro areas turns so blue so fast. I grew up. I've been here my whole life and back in the sixties and seventies, man. It was you know, it was a pretty flat. We had a tough every night did to everybody wanted to move and go somewhere else and go get a job. I worked off shore. When I was eighteen now that was blasted made a lot of money, but nobody was coming here to make money. And now, it's just the opposite. That's where we're getting this. That's where some pollsters miss. You know, people that are answering polls are either unaffiliated or they're probably liberal because I don't know. I I've been pretty big into politics and the Boulder County. Oops. I said Boulder County that word, but they it's you don't see too many people. I don't know anybody that answers polls. That's a conservative. I just don't know anybody that does now and to see that many people coming in and people think well, yeah, there's there's there's plenty population coming in and half of them. We're going to be Republican is just not the case. Most of them are going to be liberal, right? And that's why it's changing blue so fast. And so and so hard. There's also been a very very successful, very concerted effort to turn this state blue. And if you haven't read the blueprint yet, then you probably should. And I don't know why Republicans haven't read the blueprint and said, okay, we need to come up with this on our own because that is it has been extremely successful. It has been. Very effective organiz. Yes, for conservatives are high agree. I agree wholeheartedly. We'll see what happens day. No. I don't. I'm not saying you're wrong. But I'm hoping that it's just a of people understand that's a population hoping that is some of these young people get older and they start making money. Then they'll start get a little more concerned about how the government is spending their money, and that's really Alam asking if everybody was concerned about how the government spending is spending the money that the government takes away from us. We'd be fine. We'd be completely fine. But when you have people who say, well, we need to raise taxes because the Colorado state government doesn't get enough money. They don't know that the the budget has doubled in the past ten years almost doubled. And you're telling me, they don't have enough money. John, you're on KOA NewsRadio. Hi. I just wanted to say, I think the Republicans are great yield to blame for the failures running terrible campaigns. I- Walkerton Stapleton is wasn't out there. And to be honest. I consider myself fairly active, but I didn't always Williams. Can I ask you? What do you mean? He wasn't out there. What do you mean by that? Because I I'm in the southern part of the state, and we heard extremely few ads and there were nowhere near maybe. Maybe he's just too is the guy and he wouldn't attacked police. John Lennon limiting this out to you. Jared polis dropped over twenty million dollars of his own money into this race. I want the history, but in the history of Colorado politics, no candidate has been able to raise that kind of money without spending it themselves tiered police bought the governor's mansion. I mean, I understand. But I don't think Walker worked very hard. Maybe he worked hard, but he wasn't in the Airways somebody and you're not your show, but one of your. Different station of an actor niche, and they had not heard a single at by Walker and that all kind of money all comes down to money. I mean, that's the reality is when you when you're fighting someone who's got a twenty two million personal were chests, you cannot compete you simply lane. Why did I not know Wayne Williams says even running for reelection because it's the secretary of state's race. He think that Walker Stapleton didn't have any money secretary of state's race gets a fraction of that kind of money. So stuff comes down to money. But police I why did you change his name? I don't know why I tried to call you a couple of weeks ago. And I thought maybe it would help wake up some people. But what were these abuse charges that he had just for? Work department. Just was very disgusted with the. I am a Republican conservative. And I just I just don't think they're working on it. Well, we'll see we shall see. I mean, we shall see. I was very disappointed that amendment seventy five went down which would have allowed someone like Walker Stapleton to collect larger donations. Whereas soon as Jared police dropped a million bucks in the race. I mean, you guys have to understand the campaign limits in Colorado are are miniscule their miniscule. So if you're Walker Stapleton going out if you could go door to door and raise money twenty four seven throughout the entire campaign and never raised twenty two million dollars because the campaign finance donation. Limits are very low in Colorado. It's a little bit absurd that they're not index for inflation or anything. And alternately how do you compete with a guy who's willing to spend twenty five million bucks to get the office. I keep playing Walker Stapleton because I got to tell you that guy was everywhere. I mean, if you if you went to his website he was doing events he was doing his job as it for the for the government at the same time. He's trying to I just I don't buy that. I just don't Mike you are on KOA NewsRadio. Are you? I'm good. Okay. Gotta disagree with you. You said about uninformed voters like being major problem. And also what you said about the Asian. School. I think that maybe the reason they're doing that is because you can't have a government run. You can't have a school defined by only super intelligent people. Maybe I'm speaking for the average uninformed voter because when I went into the other day, I didn't know a lot of the candidates were even on that. I didn't know a lot of the amendments on there. I learned that because I'm busy. I gotta work. You know, I'm like an hour guy. I got to spend my time delegate who did you vote for which which which candidate? Office for governor voted for governor. What are the choices again? Remember? Wow. And that's my point. I was he calling to tell me that was good. What he did? That you're proud of yourself. You didn't even know who's running. Thank you, sir. For making my point. Joe, you're on KOA NewsRadio. Mandy, west scares me. More than the uninformed voters are the misinformed voters. If you spend any time like I do in the morning, she'd go on think progress the daily cost the other ninety eight percent. The amount of this information that these people have been fed and believe and repeat and acts on is down. You can travel halfway around the world before the truth can even tie. Choose. Those are the people that really scare me. I mean the lies like the tax cut only benefited the top, right? Mitch McConnell wants to cut social security or social security wouldn't be going bankrupt. If the Republicans hadn't stolen all the money to finance the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. I mean, it goes on and on and these people they believe it hope you can you can send them the Bill link to the trustees report this house occurred administration..

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"harvard university" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

09:55 min | 1 year ago

"harvard university" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"I just texted my buddy, Doug Steinhardt, be chairman of the excuse me. The nj Republican party after don's newscasts earlier and asked him if he can come on the show tomorrow. So I'll get Doug to talk about the latest with the governor Phil Murphy's scandal. And we're not going to let this go. We're not gonna let this go not at all. Harvard University, by the way, Harvard has got some major problems this civil rights lawsuit that bay discriminated against Asian Americans. It's a big deal. There's something else though, with former native American Elizabeth Warren after her DNA tests were released and they show. She's one one thousand twenty fourth. This is. One thousand twenty fourth. Yes, she's one sixty fourth indigenous at best at best. So anyway. After she was hired. Harvard university. Oberdorf school in particular. They went out there. And they trumpeted the fact that they hired a woman of of diversity they used Elizabeth Warren as their model of of diversity. The Boston Globe reports that warrants claimed the native American heritage never came up in factory deliberations. But of course, it didn't have to that point her purported ethnicity was a matter of record. Yeah. Once at Harvard Warren quickly developed a reputation as an engaging and committed teacher and Warren characterize yourself. It was against this backdrop of race and gender activism that Elizabeth Warren arrived in Cambridge Massachusetts. Then a law professor at the university of Pennsylvania. She came to Harvard as a visiting professor during this time worn characterize yourself as native American and was deemed a minority and a professional directory used by law schools for recruiting purposes. Warren says she classified herself this way to meet other native Americans that may be true may also have had the effect of catching the attention of hiring committees at prestigious law schools. So. You think about that for a second? And you think about the the notion of trying to get a job at a top college an Ivy league college Harvard Law School, the preeminent law school one of them. Anyway, certainly some would say the most preeminent others would disagree. Probably those who graduated from Yale Law School, for example. But this is a pretty good job again. So she lets them know, she's native American. See that lie because she's not but that lie, and then she goes why just wanted to meet other native Americans. It was like a group chat with what does that? What is that native Americans? Only talked to other native Americans is that what you're going to say. So this is an interesting piece from the weekly standard in the nineteen nineties. Harvard Law School was a hotbed of left wing agitation. The writer of this piece says I was there in remember. Well, the explosive protests and sit ins that erupted over a lack of diversity on the faculty in April nineteen Ninety-two. Scores of protesters demonstrated outside dean, Robert Clark's office. Some of them wearing masks of his face nine students refused to leave the dean's office for over twenty five hours their demand that the administration hiring faculty member who was quote a woman of color. As the protests broke up dean Clark filed disciplinary charges against the disruptive students, but the administrative hearings to determine the fate of the Griswold nine as they came to call themselves turn into a circus. Jesse Jackson issued a plea for leniency and hundreds of spectators filled. The hearing room to watch students. Turn the tables on dean, Clark and affected. We put Harvard on trial for discrimination. And that's when Elizabeth Warren showed up claiming to be a native American. You see how that works? She claimed to be a native American and then at that point Harvard hired her why not she was a minority, and then they listed that in their book. They listed that in their book to say, we got minority teachers look at this turns out, they listed one of the whitest teachers in Harvard Law School history when they put Elizabeth Warren that law book and said, this is our diversity. It was our picture was so white in fact, they had actually tone it down like they had a dark in it using Photoshop. The early nineties addition of Photoshop terrible, by the way, remember some of those programs back then. Oh, they were awful Photoshop, and what was the one you can make your own web pages front page. I think it was anyway. So, but you'd have to you'd have to use all these little tricks to highlight can make you're not seem as white as she really was. Yeah. One thing is certain when Warren joined the faculty Harvard touted her minority status in order to burnish its diversity credentials listening Warren as a minority and internal documents and compliance reports and telling the Harvard crimson that the law school had a native American female on the faculty. Yep. The story of Elizabeth Warren sent to Harvard raises legitimate questions about whether it was ethical for her to hold yourself out as a minority to employers for her own benefit, or there's it also raises important policy questions about racial preferences. And affirmative action in the twenty first century at about Senator Warren's view on those issues, just Warren favor, the use of racial preferences in university, hiring college admissions, the she believed that racing of necessity should be considered a plus factor or thumb on the scale. And as she does believe race should be a factor in which applicants count is racial or ethnic minorities as anyone with a smidgen of minority heritage count, or do you only those people with a, parent or grandparent from the protected class count at what percentage do we institute cutoffs? These are all great questions. Right. Writer of this piece from the weekly standard is a very very smart guys name or she Jennifer breath. Sarah's Jennifer Brasilia's writing this very very well done piece. She's a senior fellow with the independent women's forum. She writes the questions, you're not theoretical. They impact university. Hiring an admission decisions every day. In fact, the same day was with Warren claimed victory in the dispute over heritage Harvard University was in federal court in Boston defending its race conscious admissions policy against claims that discriminates against Asian Americans. And that is why Senator warrants heritage is not simply a personal matter. It's a matter of public concern. When measuring diversity, she writes should schools count, Asian Americans native Americans Latinos or should they concern themselves only with blacks. Should be officially registered with a tribe to count as a native American who counts as a Latino Mexican central Americans. What about South Americans or Cubans? I mean, people not cigars or Puerto Ricans do the grandchildren of Hispanic immigrants count. We're only the first generation. And why are we doing all this anyway? All of these racial preferences. But you you look at that. And you think the former native American back, then she had a she had a lot to offer Harvard by being a lying about being a native American right and Harvard in the early nineties Harvard Law School, they were more than happy to say. All right. Let's do it. We'll put her out there. They didn't ask for any proof. And that's something to evade asked him for proof. She wouldn't be able to prove it. I don't know if they had DNA testing back, then I don't think they did at least not accessible to the public. I'm sure the law enforcement, maybe had it. But there was no I don't think there was a twenty three and me back, then I don't think ancestry dot com was around yet. So I don't know if the average person could have gotten a DNA test without a court order being done by the government. But anyway, did Harvard ask her to prove anything if the answer's no why not somebody who just show up and go. Well, listen, I'm. There's a movie called Solman years ago. Remember that movie? Yeah. Who was in that movie? I forget the kid who is in the outsiders. What was his name? Right now. I am db salty Thomas Sowell Thomas how right? The store. Nineteen Eighty-six the premise of the movie soul, man, Donald see this. I don't think so. Yes. Song? That's it. Raid on Chong was the woman in that. Schwarzenegger movies issues in James van Jones. What's apps using commando with darned sports nigger? Yes. Leslie Nielsen James Earl Jones. Big cast, a movie was not all that. Great. I don't think it holds the test time. But anyway, it's all about this guy wants to get into Harvard Law School. So he paints himself with black paint to make himself black look black. So he would get accepted into Harvard Law School. This is the story line from from the movie soul, man. Nineteen eighty-six. Mark doesn't expect any problems going to college. He and his friends have reserved places in Harvard, and his parents have the money to pay for his education there, but suddenly his father's neurotic. Psychiatrist advises him to go on vacation, why instead of spending more money on his son since Mark wants to keep his lifestyle, including a fancy car in a flat shared with his friend. He seeks financial support. The only nation was still accepts applications for blacks only. No problem with lots of bronze, pills and soul in his voice. He sets out to Harvard soon. He has to realize that being black will cause some people to handle him differently. That was the story back then in one thousand nine hundred six so man. So of course, radon chunk falls in love. They fall in love. And she finds an Israeli why she's she's offended because who wouldn't be. And then the whole thing's a mess. But, but that's what it was with Warren did basically now she presented to be something that she was not. I don't know if she took any pills darkened darker skin or anything like that. But what the hell I've, maybe maybe this guy didn't even have to do all that in the movie. Maybe she just said he was black. Maybe they would have said, okay, fine. That's cool. Elizabeth Warren, she she wanted a job at Harvard, so bad. She she lied and said she was native American and Harvard wanted a minority female on their staff so badly. They didn't ask for any verification. They didn't go. Well, can you show your tribal history?.

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"harvard university" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

TED Radio Hour

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"harvard university" Discussed on TED Radio Hour

"Berg is working on a book about all this. It's called a crack in creation, JI netting and the unthinkable power to control of Lucien. You can check out his Ted talk at Ted dot com. On today's show. We're asking a very important question, which is who are we? Okay, by the way, do have the answer. Do you know who we are? I know who I am. I have. Inkling of who we are. This is Steven pinker professor of psychology at Harvard University, and I write books on language mind and human nature. So what what is it that makes us who we are? Well, there are some intricately complex circuitry in the brain fabricated over millions of years by natural selection that equips us with a set of motives and emotions and mechanisms for learning and thinking that make us who we are. Okay. There's a lot pack here. So to begin to understand what Steven pinker just said and understand what accounts for the differences between us. We kind of need to understand how far we've actually come in trying to figure this all out. So Stephen, can you? Can you help us with this? Okay. I'll do my best. Okay. Just to get started. Human beings have debated nature versus nurture for hundreds even thousands of years. That is whether who we are, our personalities are behaviors are either entirely inherited from our parents or whether it all comes from the environment around us that when we're born, our minds are basically like blank slates and that all of its structure comes from socialization culture, parenting experience that was Steven pinker on the Ted stage back in two thousand two. In this idea of the blank slate, it was especially popular in the second half of the twentieth century, and it meant that a lot of us went through high school biology hearing stuff like this man has no nature from the historian who say, Ortega gossiped man has no instincts. The anthropologist, Ashley Montagu. The human brain is capable of a full range of behaviors and predisposed to none from. Late scientists, Stephen, Jay Gould. Now, why should it have been such an appealing notion? Well, there are a number of political reasons why people have found it. Congenial foremost is that if we're blank slates, then by definition we are equal because euro equals zero equals zero. But if something is written on the slate, then some people could have more of it than others. And according to this line of thinking that would justify discrimination and inequality, another political fear of human nature is that if we were blank slates, we can perfect mankind, the age old dream of the perfectibility of our species through social engineering. Whereas if we're born with certain instincts than perhaps some of them might condemn us to selfishness prejudice and violence. First of all, they're number of reasons to doubt that the human mind is a blank slate and some of them just come from common sense. As many people have told me over the years, anyone who's had more than one child knows that kids come into the. World with certain temperaments and talents. It doesn't all come from the outside. Oh, and anyone who has both a child and a house pet has surely noticed that the child exposed to speech acquire a human language, whereas the house pet won't presumably because of some innate difference between them and anyone who's ever been in a heterosexual relationship knows that the minds of men in the minds of women are not indistinguishable. So for years, the debate about nature versus nurture has been just that debate. It's one or the other, but Steven pinker has mainly argued that this shouldn't be a debate that who we are comes down to both our genes and our environment. It's a mistake there think that if there's an effect of the environment that shows that we're blanks weights or conversely, if there is such thing as human nature than we are robots, and we're programmed to walk into walls and be completely insensitive to our environment just the wrong way to think about it the right way to think about it. He says, starts with our genome. Well, the fact that we behave like humans, not like around towns or chimpanzees or squirrels is very much termined by our Gino. So our genome sets us apart from animals, but it also sets us apart from each other. The. The differences between two individuals shows a pretty strong statistical effect of our genes. But then here's environment comes in aside from the fact that we are unique, unique history of development that is the process by which are bring gets wired..

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"harvard university" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"harvard university" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"We humans are not the only one who keep hurts domesticated animals answered been practicing animal husbandry for millennia. I'm Jim Michener. And this is the pulse of the plant right now. We're listening to highly amplified sounds of a colony of. Edward Wilson is bared professor of science and curator at Harvard University, some kinds of ants engage in what can fairly be called animal husbandry that is to say they keep domestic animals in the form of aphids or similar creatures. Call mealy bugs or scale insects on the roots of plants growing in their nest or on plants growing outside near the nest, and they assiduously attend these cattle of theirs guarding them from insects that would otherwise capture them and eat them and milking them for the sugary excrement that these particular kinds of insects produce aphids, for example, suck up plant sap. They process it in their gut. They take some of the nutrients for themselves and they pass out. Other nutrients in the forms of sugar and amino acids, which comes out at the end of their abdomens in the form of droplets of sweet liquid called honeydew the ants in these insects and harvest the honeydew as a major source of their food. They also carry these insects around from one place to the other building up the population of their cattle and some of the most dominant aggressive and successful ants in the world are these cattle tenders experts in animal husbandry this archival programs part of.

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"harvard university" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"harvard university" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And welcome back to coast to coast charles colom with us his latest work the catholic quest for the holy grail charles what is a black mass well black mass is the primary active worship the devil by sater's and it requires being sort of burlesque or or parody of a real mass nevertheless requires a valid host or concentrated host to be desecrated it usually either get one by stealing one from a catholic church or by sometimes you can find one getting renegade priests perform the right is it evil generally i should say desecrating the body of christ has never as fun idea it's not now you said in harvard the black mass in two thousand fourteen at least they tried what happened well that's interesting case back in twenty fourteen the extension service harvard university offered a they advertised we're going gonna do a black mass harvard extension were one particular class they brought in some satan is in boston to do so now the beginning they said well we'll be desecrating an actual valid catholic coast now the chaplain at harvard at the time they father drag whom i have the honour he organized resistance to this shall we say and a lot of other people involved in harvard were very much horrified by the idea and bit by bit by bit a bit of pressure was brought to bear by alumni in so on of the university the president at the time was aimed doctor faust which i don't know if you're familiar with faust sold is sola the joke joke at the time was that president would be making a statement but deemed stop couldn't come to the vote at any rate the the thing was a big big affair and as the day of the black mass approached they began to pull back i university said that it was a terrible thing but because of academic freedom they couldn't do anything about it then the harvard extension people declared well we're not gonna actually use a catholic coast but just a a piece of bread then it was well we're not going to actually have it lasts won't be having it on harvard property after all.

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"harvard university" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"harvard university" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Program called 202 nato a ninety nine 25 back with more than isn't a day your calls and my thoughts on all of the above and just months i mean come harvard university book club today were reading from the crash in 2016 one of my favorites in her writings which have this is from page sixty two by the way of the day middleclass primer primer is the chapter title in her writings which it become foundational for libertarian theology author i and ran suggested that the only purpose of government should be to present prevent uh oppression by force which you neglected to consider was all the enforce inherent in nature if you're hungry there is the force of biology if you're homeless you confront the force of wins storms ice and rain if you're sick you confront the ravages and force of disease these are the forces that provoked the first government's at first communities the first clans and tribes the first nationstates it's easy for libertarian elitist such as multimillionaire tv talking heads or college kids reading atlas trod to talk about how there should be no government beyond police the army and courts they all have enough resources that they don't need to deal with the forces abroad nature and that explains why billionaires would bankroll libertarian leaning think tanks that will when the crash comes with its full force tell us it was caused by big government however.

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"harvard university" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"harvard university" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"States this is duisi schuster and i'm with rich eisen my husband would you not just sports on podcast one sports net we've had incredible guess i mean if i have to say so myself certain shaquille o'neal herbs area paul rudd bob jim harvard university as tall for coach you can find us exclusively at podcast onecom or on the new podcast one app and don't forget subscribe great in review on apple podcast please don't forget critics fees theme austere our role is that of over here brand freed the balance of you my brotherinlaw dixon talk about on vacation happened ryan fourwheelers holy smokes booed how are you blind where you could be yet yup well my wife set him up broken skull ranch hat and my brand new sunglasses i'm now mad as a some bitch why would you sit oba sunglasses you just bought a former costco would rams champion jerry been she added no champion made sunglasses polarise lenses amount there looking in the pond over on radically see the fish a lie because there were no fish in the pa did you catch all the fish well kinda snuck in your while you were gone but i think the previous while never mind i you know what mitch i got about seven more days actually nine more days before we got to hit back to california other blast out here's dave with you appreciate hospitality about your day did you in any way shape or fashion because it's not all just you know your regular guy minutes the space your regular guy you work hard yorkey regular job you guide you trap you do taxidermy work so it's not offered to just regular guy gets a globalised guide and a national treasure to come over it just hanging out with him we are going to be brotherinlaw's and says we grow to be so close over these past few weeks we've taken in inlaw aren't out so has your brother steve pissed y'all for stepped on your toes since i've been here no not at all not at all the only thing i think that's missing is another birthday celebration down at the restaurant.

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"harvard university" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"harvard university" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"And campus buildings at harvard university and a dean actually ordered them to be taken down and argued that it was provocative and divisive to argue that something as simple kate as it's okay to be white in a world where campuses universities hollywood newspapers pa additions are blaming white people fort every tragedy that's ever befallen mankind in the hundred thousand year history of human nights they're blaming it all on that and so something as simple as you know what it is not a crime it is not a sin it is not a a hate crime to be white and of course all the predictable left these are reacting as if defending the statement or suggesting and the last thing i'll say before i turn it over to you guys i want to get melt is thoughts on this to the other thing is that your remember a few years back when people started to say all lives matter member writing right black lives matter narrative worst down arthri and when when people even liberals came out and said well hey all lives matter how utterly attacked anybody who did dared to presume that all lives latter that was that was probably the last time before this had happened where you you you export were able to expose just how irrational and that the left is by using these words against them this this it just it's baffling to me i guess i'm not i i don't understand the world we live in sometimes and i think this is one of those times where you you just have to stretch her head and think that that this is what they're in a in a half about melting what are you i think i think which we use that we we white people little being like heavy lifting get away with this burlington yet nonstudents racial discrimination against us for so many years and the fact that it were pushing back big big cannot deal with they have no wei to deal with it because they've been so convinced that they are right because we've been silent for so long i think a lot of us on the right and certainly those of us who are truck asian americans we we suffer from a kind of stockholm syndrome who.

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"harvard university" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"harvard university" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"America's number one one pop culture and politics this is michael medved show and another great day in this greatest nation on god's green earth a great day for great big popular hollywood stars emma stone and tom cruz and steve carell well they're not in the same move their indifferent movies emma stone and steve carell in one tom cruise and the other but their movies about real people and real events in the '70s and '80s is it worth seeing battle of the sexes or worth seeing american made a we will review those films coming right up on the medved show and meanwhile i want to cover the breaking news and the way that the breaking news illustrates a trend that i wanted to talk about anyway and it's the same trend you can see in the decision by a the librarian in cambridge massachusetts the home of harvard university a decision by librarian there to turned down a gift of children's books from malania trump so what's the trend the trend is basically the general left wing freak out and that's the only way to describe but i'm sorry it's a 1960s terminology having to do with the way that people would respond from taking too many drugs uh but that's the only word that applies in its particularly appropriate here so many of the people who are freaking out the most our children in the 1960s our aging baby boomers and particularly aging baby boomer leftists who's still can't believe that donald trump is president and still can't deal with it which is another old expression and we all have to deal with it and we ought to adjust to the reality that he's president of the united states is almost certainly going to be president the united states.

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"harvard university" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"harvard university" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"America's number one show on pop culture and politics this is tom michael medved show and another great day in this greatest nation on god's green earth a great day for great big popular hollywood stars emma stone and tom cruise and steve carell well they're not in the same move their indifferent movies emma stone and steve carell in one tom cruise and the other but their movies about real people and real events in the '70s and '80s is it worth seeing battle of the sexes or worth seeing american made a we will review those films coming right up on the medved show and meanwhile i want to cover the breaking news and the way that the breaking news illustrates a trend that i wanted to talk about anyway and it's the same trend you can see in the decision by a librarian in cambridge massachusetts the home of harvard university a decision by liberian there to turn down a gift of children's books from malania trump so what's the trend the trend is basically the general leftwing freak out and that's the only way to describe it i'm sorry it's the 1960s terminology having to do with the way that people would respond from taking too many drugs but that's the only word that applies in its particularly appropriate here since so many of the people who are freaking out the most our children in the 1960s our aging baby boomers and particularly aging baby boomer leftists who still can't believe that donald trump is president and still can deal with it which is another old expression and we all have to deal with it and we ought to adjust to the reality that he's president of the united states is almost certainly going to be president the united states in the.

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"harvard university" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"harvard university" Discussed on WGTK

"And follow us on twitter nine seventy am the answer america's number one show on pop culture and politics this thumb michael medved show and another great day in this greatest nation on god's green earth a great day for great big popular hollywood stars emma stone and tom cruise and steve carell well they're not in the same move their indifferent movies emma stone and steve carell in one tom cruise and the other but their movies about real people and real events of the '70s and '80s is it worth seeing battle of the sexes or worth seeing american made a we will review those films coming right up on the medved show and meanwhile i want to cover the breaking news and the way that the breaking news illustrates a trend that i wanted to talk about anyway and it's the same trend you can see in the decision by a librarian in cambridge massachusetts the home of harvard university a decision by liberian there to turn down a gift of children's books from malania trump so what's the trend the trend is basically the general leftwing freak out and that's the only way to describe but i'm sorry to 1960s terminology having to do with the way that people would respond from taking too many drugs but that's the only word that applies an it's particularly appropriate here since so many of the people who are freaking out the most our children in the 1960s our aging baby boomers and particularly aging baby boomer leftists who's still can't believe that donald trump is president and still can deal with it which is another old expression and we all have to deal with it and we ought to adjust to the reality that he's president of the.

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"harvard university" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"harvard university" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Be razorthin and not pretty bill right cbs news a harvard university committee recommends banning all greek organisations and finals clubs the proposed policy from a group of students faculty and staff would ban all unrecognised single gender social organizations that force people to be screened in order to join that means pledging hazing or what's known as punching harvard dean rakesh khurana told students in an email that this was just a preliminary recommendation and that input was welcome starting this fall a new policy will go into place that makes undergraduate members of such groups ineligible from getting leadership positions on sports teams and other recognized student groups i'm john stolnis they ywca one 52 here's traffic and transit on the sins while we're still dealing with construction on the schuylkill heading westbound it's between gladwin and the blue route four seventy six that's in the right lane we are a sluggish through that construction go a couple of stop and go points crews intend to be out there until 5 o'clock in the morning elsewhere in the village healthiest six 76 running a normalspeed 95 not giving us any problems pa turnpike northeast extension to we do have some construction had shutting down between lansdale a quaker down of both directions we have an accident coming into the traffic center it's on main street and south chestnut street in lansdale our producer malcolm poindexter is looking into that just because she's in that area in new jersey z looking good on the atlantic city expressway at the garden state parkway elsewhere in jersey thirty eight forty two fifty five seventy and seventy three running a normalspeed river bridges are troublefree mass transit on or close to schedule next update in less than ten minutes.

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"harvard university" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"harvard university" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Okay a brand new harvard university study showed that fifty one percent of americans between the ages of eighteen and twenty nine do not support capitalism in the us fifty five percent of americans do not support capitalism in great britain sixty four percent of britons believe the capitalism is unfair and makes inequality worse in germany a solid seventy seven percent are against capitalism what is going on here but you'd they say that because they don't wanna come asas greedy but they all vote for in all these countries even ours they vote for the quote unquote pro business came out they all probe is it i mean none are leading phase av hillary hillary hung out or will goldman sachs an awful lot before ran for brazil right but the way the way i i wrote a book on this issue ever read it the mind in the millionaire denied worn by demanding monet millionaire next door yummy that is a million next door and one of the one of the things that that book teaches you is that people who will never be millionaires are convinced one day that they will be they want to protect the opportunity to become a millionaire so the american dream is you come up with an idea right your idea takes off and you've strike it rich even if you don't have the idea yet most people if you surveyed most people think that they they'll come up with that idea right and so because of that the vote for the the capitalist candidate yet when they're asked you believe in capitalism like no no because a lot of things as prompter was this kid ask nancy pelosi at a at a town hall.

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"harvard university" Discussed on X96

X96

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"harvard university" Discussed on X96

"That it wasn't interesting or important than they did did and so i'm not bringing it up people can die from their pets could die from it and i don't care and if they do is your fault the elders at harvard university our wagging they're finger at the pernicious behavior of some of their students and they are talking about getting rid of fraternities and sororities altogether at ahrvard early they're just nothing but trouble that's what they say they say that they the of the greek life at harvard is has no benefit and it's terrible and they don't like it but i'm telling you and i don't disagree with them but if they do get rid of it it'll just go underground and people will have the many way in it'll be in will be harder to control it could very well now get your smart guy when kevin when kim kevin of broccoli wrote a play a twoman play called james franco and me he had vague hopes that the real james franco might tweet about it or my dismay become an sia performance put his name ed instead james franco's lawyers have sent us leeson desist letter to the new york theater that was going to stage the sat iron august the letter which was shared with the new york times asked that the peoples improv theater stop marketing james franklin me with his name people's improper behaviour decided to cancel the show rather than face possible legal consequences it there is some fought at well it sounds like james radio is there on a sunday i i get that i don't begrudge him the decision mr broccoli wrote the play said he said i understand i was a little disappointed though he said oh i'm not someone who's trying to get into legal entanglements by any means but anyone who comes to see the show would see that it's tony satire and within fair use guidelines it's he described the plays a fantasy comedy which features mr broccoli playing himself in a hospital room one room over his father's dine mr franco stranger to mr broccoli joins and comforts him and.

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