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Harvard Affirmative Action Case Could Change College Admissions
"Harvard University will be back in court tomorrow in an affirmative action case that could change emissions. The case is on its surface about race, but it's really about the different privileges and advantages that all different categories of applicants might get in the process and it really shows that this isn't just pure merit as the deciding factor and who gets in
CDC Study Says Masks Aren't Enough
"That wearing a mask when going to a restaurant might not be enough, researchers found that those who tested positive for twice as likely to report dining at a restaurant two weeks before symptoms started popping up. Meanwhile, a new study from Harvard University suggests young people maybe more risk from the virus in previously thought. Researchers studied more than 3200 cases where people between the ages of 18 and 34 were hospitalized. Choose that one in five of those young patients were admitted to the E U 10% needed eventually there and just under 3% died at fashions Charles wants and
Large antibody study offers hope for virus vaccine efforts
"Studies offers hope for the development of a corona virus vaccine. Maybe my Gracia reports a new study from Iceland finds antibodies developed after Contracting Cove in 19 can last up to four months after diagnosis. A study was done by Reykjavik based Decode Genetics, a subsidiary of US biotech company Amgen. More than 30,000 people were tested in Iceland, making it the most extensive study to date on the immune system's response to the virus. Over time, scientists from Harvard University of the U. S. National Institutes of Health right in the New England Journal of Medicine, that the study gives hope that immunity to Cove in 19 may not be fleeting. I'm Mike
Pandemic Nesters Are Driving a Renovation Retail Boom
"You to join me for a trip down memory lane back to the early days of the pandemic all the way back in late April stay home orders were widespread. Many businesses were closed. Remote workers were in the middle of Zoom boom and a Harvard. University report predicted that spending on home remodeling was going to drop like a stone. Oh. How wrong they were turns out as people spent more time at home. They got sick of their surroundings and they decided to do something about it since homeowners weren't spending money on movies, restaurants or vacations for the most part they began pouring those extra dollars into home improvements think hot tubs, patios decks. June demand for outdoor remodeling professionals was up nearly sixty percent over the previous year. So says, Home Improvement Platform House requests for estimates from kitchen and bath makeovers was up about forty percent. Among the beneficiaries of this domestic spending shift were home improvement giants Home Depot and Lowe's since hardware stores are considered essential businesses. They've never had to close their doors and customers kept walking through them on mass in their respective earnings calls. Last week, both retailers demolished already optimistic expectations. Home. Depot. Second. Quarter revenue jumped nearly twenty five percent over last year lows had even better news with a thirty percent spike in sales. Lows bigger bump is attributed to its customer makeup which includes slightly more do it yourself remodelers. They're the people who see a blank wall either WANNA tear it down or paint a mural on it. Diy. remodelers have been a big driver of the home improvement trend according to the Wall Street Journal analysts say lows has done a better job appealing to these can-do consumers. A recent marketing campaign featured a cast member from the Netflix's hit queer eye. But Home Depot has been more successful in courting contractors and boy. They've been busy lately as remote workers leave their tiny city apartments in search of open spaces they're finding suburban homes with small mortgage rates and big renovation needs the type you need professional help for. The home improvement retailers have taken different approaches to respond to demand to home depot is opening three new distribution centers in its home state of Georgia. Over the next eighteen months, the center will support growing demand for flexible delivery and pickup options for both professional and diy customers. The company said in a statement lows on the other hand is going for a more distributed approach within two years. It plans on opening fifty delivery terminals, seven distribution centers, and for e commerce fulfillment. Centers. Lows is betting that smaller centres play strategically around the country will help get products to its hammer-wielding homeowners faster giving the retailer and edge over its big orange rival, and it looks like both companies new facilities will be put to good use the people buying building and renovating homes tend to be higher income analysts say and with no Covid nineteen vaccine or cure likely through at least the end of this year analysts believe people will continue to spend more and more money. On creating the home of their dreams, one job and tile installation. That's nine.
What we'll remember from the 2020 Biden convention
"For more on Biden's speech. In this week's historic virtual Democratic convention we're joined by two guests in Massachusetts Dr. Cornel. West with a professor of the practice of public. Philosophy at Harvard. University author of numerous books including race matters and black prophetic fire. His new podcast called the tight rope in two thousand Seventeen Cornell Westwood's in Charlottesville with. Neo Nazis stormed the campus he and other clergy members were protected by anti-fascists from the mob white supremacists and in Baltimore Maryland were joined by Ben Jealous Precedent people for the American way former president of the ACP. He ran for governor of Maryland in two thousand eighteen we welcome you both to democracy. Now, Ben Jealous congratulations on your new position as head of people for the American way. Why don't you start off by responding to this week's Democratic convention your thoughts on. Where the two now nominees the. President not presidential nominee, Joe Biden and historic a selection of Kamla Harris, to be his running away their positions and how. They represent what you do or not. Theme this convention was really one of unity. This was a time. When we have to come together to defeat a president, who is the most evil the most corrupt than any of us have seen and That says a lot. It also was the time we saw two two nominees who we as progressives. No, we can work with. Kamla. Sister who introduced her Maya. The former head of the ACLU of northern. California. Kamo ran for D. A. and much more conservative time and yet did so as outspoken opponent of the death penalty who then held her ground early in term when she was tested, would an officer was killed an the entire liberal establishment northern California came down on her and she said the death penalty is wrong period. Tremendous Kirch and Joe Biden who Bernie himself said is poised to be the most progressive presidents since FDR. And so while it's not Bernie. And while maybe it's not somebody else someone hope for what we do know is that these are people that we can work with. These are people who their best represent our best values literally the daughter of civil rights activists, the sister of a civil rights lawyer who are self told me fifteen years ago she became a prosecutor because it wasn't enough to just fight the power. We also had to hold the POW. And I've seen her act courageously. So I'm I'm very hopeful and I have no doubt that we can work with. Joe. Like addy who spoke so beautifully, and that was the true highlight for me. I believe that we must move towards Medicare for all I also believe that Joe Biden will take us further in that direction certainly. Donald. Trump and frankly further than most presidents that that that we have an opportunity here to move things in the right direction again and as organizers. That's the most important thing to get out of any presidential election is a president that you can move in the right direction. and Professor Cornel West your reaction to this week in the positions of the Democratic candidates for president if I president. Day My points of reference really are the freedom dreams that we just heard from zoom commodores and genius Lionel Richie. Of Ella, Baker, who was invoked by brother Biden and the first sentence. Of his speech the Alabama who was a revolutionary L. A. Baker who was working on the mass party organizing committee would offer annoy the Great William Kuntsler for actually working for third parties because he thought, she thought that the two party system was so decrepit and then also to Curtis Mayfield that they've been playing over and over again, the move on up but you got to move on from poverty. And in order to do it, you gotTa Talk About Poverty. If you go move on from Wall Street greed and Wall Street crimes, you gotTa talk about, Wall Street Green Wall, street cry go move on up from the Pentagon militarism around the world you gotTa talk about it. Those are the taboo issues that we don't get serious wrestling with. So when you really. Talk about the soul of America, the battle for the soul of America much of that so has been evacuated by the Pentagon, cry greed and the Wall Street greed and the inability of the police and other institutions at treat black people and Brown people, Indigenous People as human beings so I agree with brother. Ben. In terms of being part of an anti fascist coalition. That I think we're forced to vote for buying, but we're not going to lie about buying. WE'RE NOT GONNA lie about Harris. We're going to tell the truth about their. Captivity and their. Refusal to hit Pentagon money spending and militarism around the world at Wall Street, green and. Speak substantively to issues of poverty you can have massive protests all around the country, the largest in the history of country, you can have brother Barbara. Assisted theorist talking about poverty, and then when you get to the convention, you get this spectacle that has nothing to do with wrestling with poverty. I think court breath corey was the only one that even talk about it for the most part none of the major figures did thank God that Bernie thank God LLC. Got A little ninety minutes as opposed Republic Ninety Second Major. Sometimes. Ninety seconds, Ninety seconds so that I you know I'm I'm with Ben in terms of we got the vote for Biden but never ever lying about him and not coming to terms with the fact that. This moment with the decline and fall of the American empire it looks as if the system is unable to generate enough energy to seriously reform itself, it remains sanitized superficial. We getting Lawrence Wealth bubbles rather than prince the revolution I want to go to the Princess Revolution Concert I walk fundamental change.
Trump virus adviser praises West Virginia school virus map
"The coordinator of the White House coronavirus task force is suggesting that states adopt a color chart to help determine which counties are safe to reopen their schools task force coordinator Dr Deborah Burks was applauding west Virginia's color coded map to classify the status of fifty five school districts the map is based on the seven day average of new daily cases green signifies minimal community spread there is yellow and orange and red means the spread is substantial classroom learning is not on the table an online learning must be activated west Virginia's map is based on a Harvard University model but it places more emphasis on the potential spread of the virus rather than just the confirmed cases I'm Jackie Quinn
Trump virus adviser praises West Virginia school virus map
"Hi the Mike coordinator Rossi you're of the reporting White House Kamilla coronavirus Harris formally task accepts force is the suggesting democratic that party's states vice adopt presidential a color nomination chart to help determine American which counties political are safe history to was reopen made on the their third schools night of the twenty twenty task Democratic force National coordinator Convention Dr Deborah by senator Burks Kamala was Harris applauding of California west Virginia's I accept color coded your map nomination to classify the for status vice president of fifty five of the United school districts States of America the map with that is based Harris on the became seven day the average first black of woman new daily to accept cases a spot on green the presidential signifies ticket of a major minimal party community in her remarks spread Harris there whose is parents yellow were immigrants and orange from India and and red Jamaica means address the spread the racial is substantial tensions that have classroom boiled over learning this election is not year on the table there is an no online learning vaccine must be activated for racism west Virginia's map is based on a Harvard University we've got model to do but it places the work more emphasis former vice on president the potential Joe Biden spread formally of the virus accepts the democratic rather than presidential just nomination the confirmed Thursday cases night I'm hi Mike Jackie Rossi Quinn up
Feds say Yale discriminates against Asian, white applicants
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the trump administration accuses Yale of discriminating against some applicants a two year justice department investigation has found Yale University illegally discriminates against Asian American and white applicants in violation of federal civil rights law the justice department detailed its findings in a letter to Yale attorneys Thursday in a statement Gail said it categorically denies the allegation the investigation was prompted by a twenty sixteen complaint against Yale brown and Dartmouth the justice department had previously filed court papers siding with Asian American groups who had raised similar allegations against Harvard University Mike Crossey up Washington
Colleges plan for virus testing, but strategies vary widely
"Dozens of U. S. Colleges are announcing plans to test students for the Corona virus this fall. But their strategies vary widely. Colby College in Maine plans to test all students every other day for two weeks. And then twice a week. Harvard University will test students on campus three times a week. But some plan to test students on ly if they show symptoms or come into contact with a positive case. Federal health officials discourage widespread testing and college campuses. But researchers at Cornell and Yale University's say that without widespread testing covert 19 could be spread by infected students who don't show symptoms.
Need some good news about Covid-19?
"Been been mostly mostly bad bad when when it it comes comes to to information information about about the the Corona Corona virus. virus. Harvard professor Joseph Allen at Harvard University's Th Chan's School of Public Health. Talk to Carol. These David Rankin and says there is some good news that therapeutic will be vaccine. So people may have heard of the steroid DEC. Method Stone on the antiviral disappear. These are being used to treat patients who are quite sick with Kobe 19. But there are other therapeutics that should be coming on the market, including what we call monoclonal antibodies. Normally when your body has a response to this virus of others that creates antibodies. Well, lot of clonal antibodies are just engineered and a body and they could be used for both prevention and treatment that the data they're looking really promising. On the testing front. We've seen advancement in terms of rapid saliva tests. You could think of these as a home pregnancy test. But for covert 19 and in this case is a strip of paper you put in your mouth and it gives you a test result pretty quickly, and it's cheap. And so while the test isn't perfect, the fact that it's cheap and you can take it back and at home. Even better than a better a good, accurate test, but takes seven days to get the results back. We keep seeing that these rapid tests are not as accurate does that increase the danger a little bit of if you think you are negative, and it comes up positive, it's a false positive or a false negative, really good question and the work that shows that if you get these rapid test that air cheap enough, not the expensive, rapid test. But that even if they have false negatives, the fact that you're taking them every day or even multiple times a day is better than an accurate test that you take. And then seven days later, you find out the result at which point it's too late. That you here is that even on day one. If it doesn't get it, then you catch it. The next time you took the test and worst case, you catch it on the third day, And if everybody starts doing this overall, it would really help too slow. The spread of disease, and we get a lot of people confidence about going back into stores or restaurants or even theaters. When is there going to be a vaccine? Because the vaccine seems to be the turning point whether or not we can get back to normal request. It wasn't that long ago where we weren't quite sure we could produce the vaccine for this Corona virus. On If we produce it within a year, which it looks like we'll be able to do that will be the fastest. A vaccine has never been produced by several years. But this is a remarkable scientific achievement. It looks like we will have a vaccine by the end of this year. But I want to be a caveat that that the real challenge is not just getting the vaccine. It's the distribution. Right vaccine never saved any lives on Ly a vaccination has we actually have to get the people? That's not to say it's really good news. I also think that news on therapeutic is just as important. Therapeutics will beat out vaccine this fall is what I'm seeing in terms of the science, and I think that's really important because people aren't scared of getting sick. There's getting scared of death. On. If you have therapeutic that can keep people that can prevent the worst outcomes. I think that will also helped give them confidence to people that will get through this okay. Professor Joseph Allen at Harvard's Th Chan School of Public Health. The U.
Are you communicating enough with your employees?
"For this week's episode I WanNa talk about communication. Over the last few decades there've been countless studies on measuring and predicting workplace performance and one of the traits often found at the top of those studies as conscientiousness. Consciousness is simply a commitment to doing your work. Well, whatever that work is, it's measured differently depending on your job. Of course, a janitor, a doctor, a freelance journalist, and a leader of people would all have to exhibit different things in order to be considered conscientious, but the level of conscientiousness each of them showed would still be a pretty reliable predictor of job success, and even a recent study at Harvard. University showed conscientious people tend be healthier and live longer, too. But this is the leadership podcast. So if the definition of conscientiousness is simply a commitment to doing your job well, we need to look at the job of a leader in order to determine whether they're conscientious and one of the most important parts of a leader's job is communicating with their employees. Many years ago, I had one of those light bulb moments I arrived at my job as I was walking in I, said hi to my boss, he didn't look up acknowledged, I'd said anything or even my existence and he just kept doing what he was doing. I kept walking for the next several minutes. There was a part of me thought I was about to be fired. Why I think this? I hadn't done anything wrong. I had no reason to think it. But a response for my boss that was vastly different than he had reacted dozens of times in the past led me to that conclusion in reality. He just didn't hear me. Say Hi, that's it. That's all it was, but my imagination briefly ran with it, and it took an emotional toll until I rebel to connect later that day. It was all think about. The light bulb moment for me. Came when I realized how important it is for us as human beings to make sense of things, and consequently how we tend to fill in holes with worst case scenarios, instead of thinking optimistically or even objectively. And that experience made me WanNa. Make sure I never allow an employee reporting to me to feel similarly if I could help it. There are many reasons communication is important, but this one is paramount. If you consider yourself an advocate of your employees, and you're committed to giving them a great environment, a prerequisite of that is over communicating until your employees asks you personally to dial it back a notch. And if you this was important in two thousand nineteen, it's crucial and twenty twenty when employment, status, operating, model and future plans can change literally by the day. Some employees announced will so they don't need or want constant communication? What they mean is they don't want to be micromanaged and they'll have to feign interest in what you're saying. If they've heard it before, but if your reasons for over communicating to make sure your employees feel confident, their leaders have their back. You can't go wrong. So if your leader people, what does it mean to have great communication with your employees? Well I means being transparent as possible. The less information you hold back the less holes. There are for the employees to fill in themselves. Don't be afraid to say you don't know. There's a lot of uncertainty at the moment, and your employees will likely show you some grace when you aren't able to answer. Some of their questions we should never do is hold off having the conversation to begin with. Simply because you're were, you won't have all the answers. Many times a short conversation even when it doesn't share profound developments in strategy is enough to keep employees engaged in productive. Lastly set up a minimum communications schedule and stick to it. Many employers won't ask for the information, but they'll still judge you harshly for not communicating it. The best way to combat this is to put meetings at an interval on your schedule. Even if there is nothing new to share, and you're meeting fifteen minutes, it resets the clock on what the employment be feeling and helps them maintain trust in you and your
Authorship Attribution of Lennon McCartney Songs
"Mark Glickman and I'm at Harvard University as a senior lecturer in statistics, statistics is a topic that the audience really loves hearing about before we get into the main topic. Can you give us a little bit of background on the areas of stats that you studied or maybe those that interest you the most? Yeah, well. What got me into statistics in the first place? Actually was my interest in the Game Chess I've always been interested in how chess players get rated when they play in tournaments in other. Other words when you go to a tournament, you get a numerical rating. Where if you have two players have ratings, you could actually determine the profitability that player defeats at other, and that was something that I was always interested in these chess rating systems, and I ended up getting really into statistics and the mathematical aspects of these kinds of systems and I developed a couple systems that are in use these days, especially in online gaming called the Licko system. So that's really got me into statistics in. In, the first place and I really have a passion for teaching, so that's a big part of my statistics life, and then much more recently got into the intersection between statistics and music, and this Beatles authorship attribution project is one of the bits of work also got involved with a student who is really the primary driver of this work on basically how to use statistically generates music that sounds like Corrales, and so we have a paper. That's GonNa, be coming very shortly in that area so. So, yes, a music's become a much bigger focus in my statistics like these days. Is there anything obviously interest could drive it but I'm curious if there's any computational component to it may be the availability of computers to run big simulations, and that sort of thing has that influenced the ability to ask interesting questions along these lines? Yeah, generally it helps I. mean I tend not to gravitate to problems which can only be solved by having the appropriate hardware to be able to crank through the data? Having access to good computing definitely makes a big difference I think we can take for granted that any listener must be aware of the Beatles and their influence on music. Regardless of what they like should they could a few, but tell us a little bit more background for those that don't know the discography. What were the types of problems you were looking to? To approach this whole project essentially started when I met my main collaborator for this project Jason Brown. When the two of US happened to be at this conference in Prince, Edward Island! We just happened to be talking. After I gave a talk some material. Actually that's related to rating systems for chess players, and we just happened to stumble on our mutual interest. Interest in music, and in the Beatles, and he was telling me that he had gained a little bit of infamy about fifteen years ago, where he used essentially a forty-eight analysis, decomposing the sounds from the starting court of a hard day's night to figure out the actual instrumentation of the cord, because that really been something that was in pretty serious dispute so. So he published a little article audit and got him some attention, and he was telling me since then one of the things that he was particularly interested in was being able to represent Sohn's particularly Beatles songs in particular format in his area of math, which is graph theories, essentially representing music in the form of essentially graphs or networks and he wanted to. Be Able to use it to be able to distinguish authorship of different Beatles songs like maybe there'd be stylistic differences that would be evident in these representations, anyone really making a lot of headway and whole problem of being able to sing wish authorship is something that's much more firmly in the wheelhouse of a statistician, so I told him it sounds like he probably something I would want to be heavily involved in and so we ended up starting this collaboration, and that was kind of started it all, so we tried lots of different sorts of things. Things to take the music and be able to figure out. How can you predict authorship from musical features, and that's essentially what led us down the path to the work that eventually got published so from my perspective, wearing my data scientist hat, I would say you have a fixed data set that is partially labeled. Does that feel like the right framing for you? The main question of interest really and just to take a step back is that there are a handful of songs by the Beatles and again there's nothing about this problem that has to. To be specific to be spent for our interests there handful songs by the Beatles that or of disputed authorship, and so the idea is that you start off with a data set where the labels which is to say the authorship of Lennon McCartney songs is known that's known because the Beatles Bayside interviews in various information that's been gathered over the years is of note authorship, so we have a data set where the labels are no, and then in addition to that we have for all of those songs. We have a whole bunch of features A. A whole bunch of information about various musical aspects of the songs and idea is to form a statistical model that uses those features to predict the labels, and then once you establish that relationship then you apply to the songs of disputed authorship to see the predictions going to be based on that relationship, so for non composers who might be listening? Perhaps they could be intimidated by this problem. Saying music is all about creativity and unpredictability in these sorts of things. Is this truly assault problem from that point of view well? Yes, solvable a loaded word. I mean we certainly made our best attempt by Best Ibiza? After making lots of attempts that were not terribly predictive, we finally stumbled on said features and a statistical approach that seems to do a pretty reasonable job. Making predictions, the simple answer I suppose is yes, it's possible at solvable in the sense that there is information that you can extract. That is predictive of other ships. I could be pretty. Pretty concrete about this one thing that we knew before going into this work, and this is something that has been well known by musicologists studying. Beatles, music, which is that Paul? McCartney songs in particular tend to have melodies that tend to move around a lot like Paul McCartney, had a musical vocal range, fairly wide and part of that tended to be reflected in his moving melody by contrast John Lennon. had a reasonable vocal range tended to write melodies that didn't move around very much like he used a lot of repeated notes, or the vocal movements would stay very close and pitch, and that's characteristic of a lot of John Lennon songs, and so we knew even going into the problem that you know. musicologists have identified differences in the way that each of these songwriters would write music, so we knew that there were features that could be quantified and picked up. Up and used as distinguish irs in these classification models.
Foreign students in US: Trump administration drops deportation plans
"Hearing in a lawsuit brought by M I. T and Harvard University had just gotten underway when a lawyer for the U. S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced that the Trump administration was rescinding a rule that would have caused many international college students to leave the U. S. If their schools held on Lee Online classes instead, no return to the status quo under the policy international students in the U. S. Would not have received new visas if they had to take all of their classes online because of Corona virus, and they could have faced deportation. Universities help the White House was pressuring them to reopen. I'm Steve
Trump administration rescinds foreign students rule
"The Trump Administration has rescinded a rule that would have required international students to transfer schools or leave the country if their colleges hold classes entirely online this fall because of the pandemic. The decision was announced at the start of a hearing today in a federal lawsuit in Boston, brought by Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of
Boston-area universities Harvard and MIT sue Trump administration over online-only instruction for foreign students in the US
"President Trump is threatening to cut off funding to schools that refused to allow students back on campus this fall over Corona virus fears. Hours later, Vice President Mike Pence pledge the administration would work to keep students and faculty safe. We're absolutely determined to work in partnership with our states to give the guidance for states and communities to be able to safely reopened. Our schools of the CDC will be issuing new guidance next week of part of a five part Siri's of recommendations that will give all new tools to our schools. But more public health experts are warning the false too soon in light of the surging number of new cases across the country. Meanwhile, MIT and Harvard University are suing to block the administration from deporting international students at school is conducting the fall semester
Some Harvard, MIT students to return to campuses in Boston area this fall
"There There will will be be a a very very different different look look and and feel feel on on the the campus campus of of Harvard Harvard University University this this fall. fall. Nobody Nobody sees sees James James Roll Roll hostiles hostiles is is only only a a fraction fraction of of the the student student body body will will be be on on campus. campus. Only Only 40% 40% of of Harvard Harvard undergraduates undergraduates will be joining first year students this fall. All courses will also be taught online. University officials say the recent upturn in Coben 19 cases in certain states shows how hard it is to make predictions and given the uncertainty they found. This plan allows them to bring back as many students as possible. This September, students left On campus would be housed in single dorm rooms and must agree. It's a new health measures, including daily health assessments and viral testing every three days and the use of face masks and social distancing James RoHaas W B Z Boston's NewsRadio a similar but different approach. It M I T the school will only invite seniors to return to campus this fall, according to the tack, the Stoop school's student paper. No other undergraduates will be granted access to the school's facilities. However, students can apply for special consideration for housing, which will be handled on a case by case basis. At least some classes will be held in person. Beginning in early September.
Only 40% of Harvard undergrads will return to campus this fall
"Over in Cambridge, the campus of Harvard University will be far less crowded this fall. That usually is school announcing that all fall classes will be taught online and less than half the student body will be allowed back into campus housing. The university acknowledges. There's a risk when it comes to reopening the campus, But officials say they've worked closely with medical experts defining an approach they believe will protect the health and safety of their community. So this fall, Harvard is only allowing first year students on campus and only 40% of undergraduate It's all courses will be taught online. Now students will be housed in single room dorms and will be tested every three days. Those who test positive will be isolated and cared for at student health services.
Only 40% of Harvard undergrads will return to campus this fall
"Not less than half of Harvard University's undergrads will be coming back to Cambridge in the fall across the river and Mitt. It'll be even fewer than that. The mighty student newspaper reports on Ly seniors will be allowed back on campus when classes resume and everybody else will be learning from home. That plan has not been formally announced by enmity. But the student newspaper there says it was accidentally posted online before being removed by the
"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.
"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..
"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..
"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.
"harvard university" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"Excluded from Harvard University. So that means that the definition of minority is a failure correct for the left. That's exactly right. Because as soon as the minority is that you're seeing this judge right now is people saying, well, he's not really gay because he wasn't victimized in his life. Well, pretty Very new. new. You can get right. A lot of credence to this gives a lot of credence to Kansas Owens, because what they're saying to her until all black people is your only offensively black if you fail, and if you don't fail, then you're not well, if you believe like us, right? It's it's those things if you fail or if you believe like us that there is this intersectional hierarchy that you have personally been able to overcome is keeping everybody else down in victim mentality that that is being promoted, and they've actually, you know, the chain started with punch Nazi all conservatives are Nazis punch conservative, and they're bringing it all the way out to not just conservatives. It's criticize somebody on the left. This makes you a conservative being a conservative means that you are Nazi punching Nazi they've They've gone. gone gone. All the way, I mean, it really is all the way I saw video of Kansas walking onto a campus and a masked white person screened obscenities at her, and I thought are you kidding me? It's like it's like the Democrats have reverted back to bull Connor and at route it really is an attack. I don't mean to transition to to Notre Dame. But this is this is an attack on fundamental principles of western civilization white union. The washington. Three device. Threes said that Notre nam all I said, this is the most anodyne thing I could possibly say. And the most are the same thing. She said it was a mastery..
"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.
"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?.
"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..
"harvard university" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Loneliness why it's so dangerous to your health. So this is out of Harvard University Harvard University expert discusses head we'll get into that a moment. I this little anatomy course here. Most men over the age of forty. Will experience prostate problems? And you've got this little walnut shaped, Oregon at sits very near the bladder and go the rut you've got Yuri through running right through the bladder. And win that wall. That sized organs starts to blow it up and swell due to over exposure to a highly reactive form of too, strong, and other factors. It can swell up and blow to the point of getting this largest eleven and as the e through blocks is blocked by the swelling of the prostate men will suffer from frequency of urination at night. In other words, it just can't sleep through the night like they used to and some of them even believe it or not as strange as it sounds, accept it. They don't even give it a second thought. Yeah. Whatever I think I'll get up four times tonight. This is great. I personally I can't relate to it. But I guess it happens. The only reason that happens because they don't know what else to do. They don't know. How to take care of the problem there fear? They fear any kind of medical intervention into that member that part of their body. So they avoid even contact with the doctor, but it's really simple guys if you have frequency of urination, which I qualify any any more than once a night having to urinate, if you're you're noticing your urinary stream is less proud less volume us as it used to be if you notice that you're having trouble in the bedroom with intimacy those can all be related to a prostate swell that can be handled and taken care of by making some minor adjustments in your lifestyle. Exercise more eat less Greece. And take a nutritional supplement. Call PT nine which will give your body the raw materials it can't otherwise find in your diet to solve the problem. And when it does it's going to knock out the issue, and you're going to notice you're gonna sleep like a baby as hundreds and hundreds of thousands of other men now on PT nine taking nine have discovered. They no longer get up in the middle of the night. They have better better sex life.
"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.
"harvard university" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast
"And you know that one ways is really reinforcing telling stories around chievements that came from from hard work that somebody is not just a genius that music or genius at math, but it's these people, you know, fell in love with these subjects, and they practiced every single day that it's possible that you can actually grow your brand name that I q had fantasized test. You think about school? Like even SAT's when I took them, we're taking the SAT's was like verbal and mathematical. But we know through all the research that there is not just two forms of intelligence and is not only not. Only not fixed that it's it's not the way we're rating it with individuals. It's it's not fine. Meaning is not narrow, but it's four far reaching and so it's, you know, for example, it's somebody could get great verbal math, but if they don't do well on those tests, they feel like they're not. They don't have something offer or they're not smart. But what about people who have great visual spatial intelligence right near talking about like the graphic artists and the architects. What about people who have children who have great interpersonal skills, meaning that they're great with people. I mean, that's such an important that e q., if you will, is so important in today's society where maybe it's not interpersonal self to others may be self to self like intra personal intelligence, people really understand human psychology. What about people who are are great with music, you know, musical intelligence on you have the on the entertainers, the. The singers composers. What about can aesthetic intelligence? People who have children who are great or adults, great with their body, it of your athletes. You have your dancers in so many different forms of this of these intelligence. But I find in Howard Gardner's really credited tell him how to Harvard University is relate, expanding this this multiple intelligence theory. And so I would say that talking to parents that intelligence not fixed, it's fluid. It could grow anyone to reinforce that with your children. Hard work also, that is not just told us not just fixed, but it's also not is not fix it. It's also not fine or narrow. It's far reaching and that is there's a huge spectrum of genius if you will, that it's not a house smart. Somebody is not how smart yards that how smart your children are, but it's the, it's another question how smart they are. It's how are they smart. And so we all have this genius. That we wanted with children. You know, you give them abroad experience a base, and then you could see where their interests go naturally. Then you help them to be able to develop them. The third thing I would say besides intelligence not fixed and that it's also sex thing this far reaching I would stay third thing is that there's no such thing as a good or bad student. There is no such thing as a good about student anymore than there is such thing as good or bad memory. There's a train student in an untrained student and just like with the memory, there's no such thing as good or bad memory. There's a train memory at untrained memory. In what I would say is something practical when you're working with yourself or your team or your family is to take nouns and turn them into verbs. What do I mean by that? I often hear people on social media. They'll message me in saying, oh, I Jim, I, I don't have a good memory or my children don't have focused. I don't have motivation or might might might child doesn't have creativity. These aren't things you have like, now you don't have focus. You do focus. You don't have concentrate. Can you do concentration? You don't have energy, you do energy. You don't have creativity. You do creativity. Just like you don't have a memory. You actually do a memory in the benefit of turning into a verb or visit becomes in action, and it becomes a process. And so in our podcast, her instance, every week we give tips on how to remember names, how to read faster, how do be ineffective, listener, how to take notes. It's always focusing on the how because becomes like a recipe..
"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.
"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.
"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.
"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.
"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.
"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.