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Kenny Xu Shares Shocking Statistics About Ivy League Admissions

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:36 min | Last month

Kenny Xu Shares Shocking Statistics About Ivy League Admissions

"Will you just share with us some of the shocking statistics that you divulged at the conference in New Jersey, then yesterday on my show on newsmax when it comes to the barriers, the official barriers that are being put in place by deans of admissions by the directors of admissions at these very prestigious schools in America. So give us the nuts and bolts because I think most people will not believe what is being done to the Asian American community. Yeah, this is the results of my investigation in my new book and inconvenient minority. And the results are staggering. They are staggering. Asian Americans have to score 440 points higher on the SAT to have the same chance of admission as a black person. And a 150 points higher to have the same chance of admission as a white person. Asians actually score highest academically in the admissions process to Harvard. They score highest extracurricular and then Harvard penalizes Asians by calling them the lowest on this personality score. Now, what is a personality score you may ask? It's a test of what they call a likeability, good humor, leadership, skills, it's very subjective in Asian seem to pass with flying colors to get the highest scores on alumni interviews because the highest scores and teacher recommendations, a second highest on counselor recommendations. But Harvard rates the lowest anyway. Very suspicious. Seems like Asians are being discriminated in this process.

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The Association of Winning With Happiness

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:34 min | 2 months ago

The Association of Winning With Happiness

"Why else did they drop valedictorians in so many schools? Because it'll make the non valedictorian unhappy. I told you fools teach your children as a general rule. Truly foolish foolish human beings. People devoid of wisdom. I wasn't valedictorian of my high school class. So what? So what? It's one of the happier kids in my high school class. I was even president of the high school class. So yeah, that sense I won. Meant more to me to be elected by my peers than it would have been a valedictorian. But it doesn't matter. If I were in president of the class, wouldn't have mattered. The association of winning with happiness, my kid has to get into the best possible college. So then the kid gets an acceptance into some Ivy League school and the kid is so happy. So I'm curious, here's an interesting question. I don't know the answer, but it's an interesting question. Is the average graduate of an Ivy League school Harvard Yale Princeton or non Ivy League Stanford Berkeley, ten years later, 30 years later, are they on average happier than those who went to Michigan state? Now, by the way, I know

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Activists Pulled Fire Alarm to Prevent Charlie From Speaking

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:46 min | 2 months ago

Activists Pulled Fire Alarm to Prevent Charlie From Speaking

"In Milwaukee, Wisconsin with the phenomenal Candace Owens, standing room only we could have packed it out even more, but it was on campus, which was really great. Thank you to the university of Wisconsin Milwaukee for allowing us to host it. So we've been doing this for a couple of years. I personally and also canvas and I and we at turning point USA have been doing this for ten years now. We've seen a lot and we've seen protests. We've seen attempts at disruption and interruption. We've seen people throw stuff at us trying to play music to drown us out, Candace and I have been driven out of restaurants, had water thrown at us, like harassment, death threats, the whole gamut, right? We really experienced it all. One thing that I've heard, though, in the past, and I always kind of had it in the back of my mind, was a was a tactic that is used primarily, by the way, in northeast schools. Ivy League schools and Canadian schools as well is a rather brutal and embarrassing. It is an illegal tactic. It is against the law to do which is to pull a fire alarm in the midst of the event. And so Candace and I get our event started and we're having a nice time and everyone's really excited and really energized and there you go, three to 5 minutes into the event. You know, the fire alarm's going off. And people are getting a little nervous, and I knew exactly what was happening. And we'll get the clip out. It's actually kind of a fun clip. Okay, Andrew's getting the audio. We could do it today or tomorrow whenever. We'll put it on social media. And as soon as it hits, you know, everyone's gonna look around. What do we do? I say everyone, don't go anywhere. So we are not leaving. The chances that there is a fire is like nothing, this is a tactic to try to get this event canceled. And imagine if we would have actually fallen for the fire alarm, we all would have had to leave the building in the cold super rainy kind of sleet E 35°, Milwaukee evening, come back in. It would have disrupted the event totally. That's their intent. And so then the intercom comes from above and they say, the fire alarm has been activated, please leave the building. And I said, yeah, we're going to leave the building if you can prove there's a fire. And the audience enjoyed that. So we didn't leave. We kind of stayed put. And then after a couple minutes, our wonderful security team, of course, they knew it was all about. They went right to it, and they got the alarm all sorted out. Now, this was a masked hooded still anonymous individual who broke the law. You are not allowed to erroneously pull fire alarms with the intent of trying to disrupt an event. I don't think it's a felony, but it's definitely against the law. And I want you to think about this though. This is something I was reflecting on last evening, which is how far has this country fallen, where when I'm on stage, my first instinct and reaction, as soon as I hear fire alarm, is not that something is wrong, but someone wants me to leave the building. And that's not a

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What Does the Media Miss About Real Americans?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:00 min | 2 months ago

What Does the Media Miss About Real Americans?

"Well, Selena, what are what is the mainstream or, as I like to call it, regime media, missing about America that you're seeing when you go out and actually talk to Americans between the coasts? Well, I think part of the problem in our major newsrooms is the majority of the people that work in them. Come from this sort of super zip code of our country, right? From the centers of wealth and power, there's nothing wrong with that. However, that does give you a different viewpoint. And I think newsrooms are also filled with people that went through the same Ivy League schools. There's not people that went to a community college or State College. I mean, up until recently, up until Watergate, most journalists didn't even go to college, but what made them really, really good at their job, was that they lived in their community. They

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James O'Keefe: Project Veritas Is Going to Keep Going

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | 3 months ago

James O'Keefe: Project Veritas Is Going to Keep Going

"If this was a case about let's say The Daily Beast right That got a hold of Donald Trump Jr.'s diary or whatever And the diary had some explosive things in it which would reflect poorly on Donald Trump The Daily Beast would be celebrated worldwide and if the Donald Trump administration were still in office had Bill Barr get secret warrants against The Daily Beast This would be the water gate of our time Do you have any doubt about that But the fact that the political roles are reversed and they just don't like your journalism because you expose them all the time They're trying to sweep this thing under The Rock We can't let that happen Yeah I think they're like schoolyard bullies These are these federal prosecutors What the Ivy League schools they hide behind the bag They think they're a big tough man because they can rate a journalist home But what I found about these bullies they've been doing this team my whole life I mean this is not my first rodeo I'll be my last rodeo I was arrested in New Orleans all those U.S. attorneys resigned and disgraced and lost their law license for what they did to me and other people that they railroaded And then every lawsuit they filed against me they lose and we filed a loss against The New York Times and had a judge in the Supreme Court of New York rule against The New York Times So I think the most important thing Dan is to keep going and to be brave and to not back down when you're punched in the face by a schoolyard bully but to stand up we've done nothing illegal We don't break the law There's no evidence of any illegal behavior And to your point a diary since when do the feds investigate this I don't even like even It wasn't like a Cohen We did a hypersonic missile right Right it just it was an ugly story in that It made people look bad It was not a national security incident You didn't break it to anyone's house We didn't publish it

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Supreme Court shouldn't be covered in Ivy, 2 lawmakers say

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 5 months ago

Supreme Court shouldn't be covered in Ivy, 2 lawmakers say

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Natalie Winters Asks Questions That the Legacy Media Never Dares To

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:50 sec | 5 months ago

Natalie Winters Asks Questions That the Legacy Media Never Dares To

"The stories you've broken Natalie. Another function of you spending 25 years in a sinologist, salt mine, learning the languages of Mainland China, studying and the most vaunted Ivy League institutions, it simply because you're asking questions that the legacy media isn't asking and you're just looking for those answers in on classified sources. You're not some guy, you're not a gown in the heart of the DIA or the NSA. You are doing this with tools anybody listening to the show has at their fingertips, correct? A 100%. I just go straight to the source, imagine that. And frankly, I think the fact that I haven't been affiliated with any of those institutions that you're talking about is a good thing. It's a very good thing. All right, let's

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Vishal Mangalwadi on Martin Luther and the Second Education Revolution

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:55 min | 7 months ago

Vishal Mangalwadi on Martin Luther and the Second Education Revolution

"The second education revolution began in 1520 with Martin Luther. Well, he sought the support of the princes to enable the reform priest to educate every child. And that revolution was grounded in the doctrine of priesthood and kingship of all believers. So the phrase we the people came from that context that every child of God is a royal priest, a king. Now the education has been separated from priesthood and kingship of all believers. It has become for the state is still educating for free, private institutions have become education for rich believers. Priesthood of rich believers, only those who can afford to get into debt or who have wealthy parents and grandparents, they can send their children to Christian managed university and colleges. So. In 1832, in Europe, the church handed over education to the state. In America, it began in 1880s, but particularly after World War I, the church handed over education to the state. Churchill started all the universities, colleges, Ivy League colleges, initially, most of them. But the judge handed it over to the state. State is not an institution baptized with the spirit of truth. Churches meant with the cycling nations marinating them in truth. And it is not states shop to cultivate character

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Joe Scarborough Mocks Ron DeSantis Playing a Dope on TV

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:06 min | 7 months ago

Joe Scarborough Mocks Ron DeSantis Playing a Dope on TV

"Joe Scarborough goes off on Yale Harvard educated Ron DeSantis playing a dope on television. He says that it's a charade that there are conservative politicians and media personalities that despite their Ivy League education play dopes on TV. In what seems a deeply cynical play of phony populism that lies at the base of the Trump movement, rights Colby hall over at mediaite, while the segment did not entirely focus on Florida governor desantis, he got the most specific shout out by morning Joe rhino Scarborough Wednesday morning Scarborough said he plays so stupid this Yale and Florida this Yale and Harvard guy. They've got signs popping up in Florida that says make Florida America again, it doesn't even make any sense.

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UPenn Transgender Swimmer Sparks Outrage by Shattering Women's Records

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | 7 months ago

UPenn Transgender Swimmer Sparks Outrage by Shattering Women's Records

"We've been warning for a while that men who think they are women have serious mental problems. Are going to destroy women's sports. We've been warning about that for a while. Of course, the intelligentsia supported this people on the right would always some people on the right say, well what difference does it make? Who cares? Well, women sports is now dead. A man who thinks he is a woman, Leah Thomas, broke a number of college records this last weekend. Thomas, a 22 year old biological man who identifies as a woman, commanded the pool Sunday, this is MSN. At the zippy invite invitational and Akron Ohio. Now MSN doesn't tell you that Leah Thomas was a very good male swimmer for three years and award winning or medal winning mail swimmer before transitioning to be a woman. To give an idea of the differences between men and women, which will soon be gone, they'll just be swimming. And all women who wanted to be athletes go find something else to do. Good luck. Thomas won with a time of 15 59. 38 seconds ahead of the second place finisher. There's no 38 seconds in swimming. Maybe a couple seconds. The man who is selfish and mentally disturbed set the new U.S. record Friday after winning the 500 yard freestyle time with a four minutes 34 seconds. It's set a new pool record, a pen school record, an Ivy League record, and a U.S. record. Beating two U.S. women's swimming records. The man who thinks he was a woman achieved the fastest women's time in the 200 yard freestyle, finishing the race 7 seconds faster.

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Marxist Herbert Marcuse Failed to Rally the Massess, so He Targeted Minorities

Mark Levin

01:33 min | 8 months ago

Marxist Herbert Marcuse Failed to Rally the Massess, so He Targeted Minorities

"Among others a genuine by the name of Herbert marcuse escaped Nazi Germany came to the United States He was a communist a Marxist Part of the Frankfurt school although he was never in Frankfort he was in heidelberg Regardless And he started to stir things up He became a tenured professor Three different Ivy League schools And he developed first of all he was confounded he was up 30s said I don't understand and he was struggling with it First of all why Hitler was to overtake after the Weimar Republican not communism It was something that confounded him He was also concerned that marks had suggested that the industrial revolution would also result in the proletariat that people rising up and overthrowing the government And so forth instead the industrial revolution in the opposite As we've talked about before created a mass of middle class People who go to war to protect this country and its economic system in our liberty So that bothers the marxists too So they can't seem to rally a significant percentage of the population to their cause So what did they do They aimed their cause among other things at minorities

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Derrick Bell Pushed for Marxist Model in America, Created Critical Race Theory

Mark Levin

01:15 min | 8 months ago

Derrick Bell Pushed for Marxist Model in America, Created Critical Race Theory

"And so what happened was they said well this isn't working We're not going to be able to overthrow the American system this way So there were splinter theories And one of them came out of Harvard Law School that I've been in a med Derrick bell who was an average or worse law professor In the 1970s And he felt that we should basically apply this Marxist model to race In many of his contemporaries thought he was unhinged Thought that he was a fringe 80 lock Thomas Saul used it announced him is really kind of a dumb guy who didn't make a whole lot of sense But dumb or not doesn't matter Over time he taught enough people and another professors joined in as they became more and more radicalized And this is something that has now permeated throughout colleges and universities starting in law schools In starting in the Ivy League schools And it's called critical race

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

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:23 min | 8 months ago

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

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

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Joe Biden Is America's Greatest National Security Threat

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:42 min | 10 months ago

Joe Biden Is America's Greatest National Security Threat

"It has been twenty years yesterday. The anniversary of nine eleven which is a moment's a day in history that i think changed all of our lives instead assan. Maybe even a different trajectory in life and it was difficult to look back on twenty years and certainly it made it even more difficult with the way that we were led out of afghanistan over the last month by the biden administration. Our first question is for mark levin and sad. We'd like you dr. Sebastian gorka to be our one responder mark. What is our greatest national security threat today. joe biden. i'm not cleaning. I am not kidding. The people he is surrounded himself with a disaster. He's got a secretary of defense that helped create the isis caliphate. He's got a sector stay. Who comes out of the ivy league. Schools really doesn't know a damn thing same with his national security adviser so when you look among those people it's absolutely a disaster. The idea that we've american citizens in enemy territory the idea that we would leave afghan patriots. Who fought with us in enemy territory. The idea that twenty years after nine eleven the taliban will be stronger and bigger control the entire country about ghanistan with the backing of al-qaeda and china and russia iran sees this north korea sees is all of our enemies see this we are in dire dire

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How the Military Is Being Indoctrinated Into Cultural Marxism via Critical Race Theory

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:18 min | 11 months ago

How the Military Is Being Indoctrinated Into Cultural Marxism via Critical Race Theory

"Mentioned. Also that defense secretary. Lloyd austin said that the pentagon's military training program incorporated critical race theory and the un-american sixteen nineteen project. how is it possible that these Utterly false ideologies. They're not merely american. They're fundamentally false that they would make their way into pentagon training this. I think this is where you know. Most americans are waking up. We're horrified and we think this has to end. We cannot live in a nation that is being protected by people indoctrinated with marxism with cultural marxism. How in the world is it possible. That things could get that far in the military. It's one thing if it happens at harvard and yale because they've always been drinking zeitgeist kool aid but in the military we. I would think that this couldn't happen. How has it gotten this far. The one answer this as something that most people don't realize is that very same instructors who are teaching on college campuses and saint. Harvard yale are teaching service branch academies there are teaching at the naval academy. This happened to the bill clinton previously. You had to be actually within the military to teach at a service branch academy under clinton you had the same civilian professors coming in. And these are the guys who are absolutely pushing radical agendas and. They are teaching the next officer class i. This is a huge huge problem. Now like million themselves are products for example of columbia their products of the same ivy league system. That is bad enough. Up at the same system has infested for example the naval academy One of the more recent issues. You have a tendency commander discussing america's problem with systemic racism and confessing his own bias. These kinds of things have become routine and this is the kind of marxist indoctrination on that our troops rejected even when they were prisoners of vietnam. There were people. Had bamboo shoots which another fingernails harrods the monks indoctrination now. They do voluntarily. Because it's good for their careers because this has been embedded in service branch academies it is a huge crisis that Some patriotic columbia fighting but that most people are unaware

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Higher Education Is the Breeding Ground of American Marxism

Mark Levin

01:41 min | 1 year ago

Higher Education Is the Breeding Ground of American Marxism

"Those of you who have it these some, like 300,000 of you. It's I start on page 3 58 Excuse me, 2 58. Higher education presents its own set of difficulties and challenges. It is the breeding ground of American Marxism were tenured Marxists and radical professors rule the roost. Be the most subversive colleges and universities should be subjected to the kind of BDs movement its students and graduates often unleashed against others. I can't go over territory we've already discussed BDs. I've discussed at some length. There are opportunities for real pushback number one. In the first place. Any parent who is involved in financially supporting a child's tuition to attend Ecology University must at least attempt to exercise some control over the child's decision. About which school he or she will attend. Here. We have real school choice, and the decision is whether the choice will be a wise one. That's the parent must become intimately familiar with the school's reputation for academic freedom, free speech, traditional education and the like, or whether it is a hotbed of Marxist radicalism and intolerance. Moreover, even if you are not assisting financially with tuition, a parent should still use his or her influence to help direct and guide their child's decision. In addition, if your child may have been accepted into an Ivy League school, you should not be hypnotized by its name and pass reputation. For example, I'm on critical race theories, most ardent founders where Harvard and Stanford law professors Now, as discussed at length earlier in an earlier

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"ivy league" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"ivy league" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Dollars but still had to borrow one hundred two thousand and federal owns. She's graduating in two thousand twenty two another student patrick limit also film. Fine arts major graduating in two thousand twenty with three hundred sixty thousand dollars in debt as a poor kid and a high school dropout. There was an attraction to get an ivy league measuring it was a high school dropout and made it to the ivy league did disclose income. Now listen i got some real world experience in this. I went to college at mercer university in. Macon georgia and i got a great scholarship. In fact i got a scholarship to go to duke and got a really good deal to mercer. I really did not have a great experience looking at duke university. Decided i would go to mercer is smaller school at kinda regretted it and i like a it is duke versus the school. No one's ever heard of. But i got a great. I got a fantastic education. I met my wife Still live in macon georgia. It was it was a great college environment. And i gotta say. As i've mentioned before one of the crazy things when i got involved in politics is i kept encountering people who went to the ivy league and withrow. It's you that. Why would harvard or yale or princeton. And it's it's they got a degree in dushi this and that's about it. I mean they. They had no real academic indepth knowledge of anything they relied on mommy and daddy and gone through the ivy league and it's i don't know what education they got. It made me feel good to know that. I could go to a school that no one had ever heard of and get an education be smarter than these people i was on. Tv with just assumed by virtue of having gone to the ivy league that they were in some way a genius. Would they weren't. But i stayed in went to law school at mercer the walter f george school of law and i am still paying off my student loans. I.

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North Korean Defector Evaluates American Education System as 'Anti-American'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | 1 year ago

North Korean Defector Evaluates American Education System as 'Anti-American'

"Korean defector. From North Korea. Kim Jong un the I mean maybe. And if you were ranking the worst people on Planet Earth easily top five Probably on the medal. Stand. Top three, maybe gold. Worse people Earth, right? She comes from North Korea. The facts comes here goes through college, and she says, This is the story orientation. This North Korean defector was scolded by a university staff member for admitting she enjoyed classic classic literature such as Jane Austen. The woman from North Korea said. I love those books. I thought it was a good thing. Then the professor center. Did you know those writers had a colonial mindset? They were Racists and bigots center subconsciously brainwashing you. It only got worse from there, as she realized that every one of her classes at the Ivy League school was infected with what she saw as anti American propaganda reminiscent of the sort she'd grown up with. This story is stunning. She's a North Korean defector from a sworn nuclear powered enemy, the United States, one of the worst human beings on planet Earth. Kim Jong UN Tubs. What is the worst guys ever? Ever. Yet she comes over here, where people starved to death by the tens of thousands. If not hundreds of thousands don't even know the nobody's bury the dead and mass graves. And she says, Yeah. You know, the North Korean school system wasn't as bad as you guys here, folks. This is stunning. As I said in the beginning when we opened up the show, and I meant it. Isn't it frightening? That attacks being promoted by foreign enemies of the United States to destroy the United States from within. Are being absorbed and used by left this within the country to do exactly that. Anti American propaganda critical race theory.

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Critical Race Theory or Marxism?

The Mark Levin Show

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Critical Race Theory or Marxism?

"Going to give you a little history lesson here a little little bit of information that you have not heard. And it is an american marxism. I should know better and keep my mouth shut. Because it'll be repeated and repeated and repeated and then suddenly you'll say well marks repeating what somebody else that i am not this critical race theory. I'm something called critical. Theory and it's part of a marxist movement of the nineteen sixties in this country and the founding father of this critical theory movement was herbert marcus. He's a man that was a professor mini ivy league schools in this country. He was born in germany he say hey galleon marxist ideologue he worked with the franklin school of political theorist was basically a communist beehive and as a young man as a young man in germany he saw the rise of the communist party and he saw the rise of the third reich and he was certain the communist party would win. He was certain that people will be drawn to the communist party. Because of the communist party's ideology he was a true marxist. But that's not what happened for a number reasons. I don't need to get in here. We'll do it another day and he needed an explanation. Why isn't this happening. So we escaped to the united states where he spreads his former what i call american marxist and he writes extensively and one thing you don't know is that he was the brainchild behind the new left movement. The right so the nineteen sixties students for democratic action. The violence that occurred the attempt to blow up the capitol building and other buildings pentagon. He was the idiological mastermind behind that movement. He's the ideological mastermind behind critical race. Theory

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"ivy league" Discussed on Diary of a Nation

Diary of a Nation

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"ivy league" Discussed on Diary of a Nation

"You're paying every time the ambulance would come. Get me when i would overdose. You are paying. When i went to treatment. And you're paying every time. The police arrested me. You're paying every time i was in jail. You're paying you know. I had some nice newton's when i was in jail once you paid for those fig newton's you're already paying you're paying for vagrancy vagrancy as crime in most states every time the cops have to go up and break that up you are already paying. And every as far as i know every study that i've seen shows that it will be cheaper to decriminalize legalize and stop policing put. Oh jeez i'm forgetting the word for it. Things like needle exchanges helped me here. Create the needle exchange programs on. There's a special word for harm-reduction harm reduction programs. You put harm reduction out there. People are less likely to end up in hospitals. You know you stop policing it. You don't have to pay the police as much and people choose treatment given the option. Most of the time they choose it the problem right now is especially in this country. We don't have enough beds. We have this thing called the critical period rate in psychology in substance use disorder. Often times you times. I said i wanna go to treatment and a bad wasn't available for a couple of days. The critical period was gone. I changed my mind rate so when someone makes that decision of i want to get clean we need to have a place for them to go right away and just one last thing ten on that would say you know you got yourself into this place. Get yourself out you know. I don't want to spend money on it not for nothing. I was a homeless junkie. And i'm doing some pretty cool stuff with my life. You know what i mean. I'm i'm valedictorian. Probably going to go onto a pretty good school. Probably gonna contribute a good amount to society not just in taxes which i will i do but in helping people right so a lot of people that i met in active addiction extremely intelligent. Extremely empathetic contribute. Amazing things to this country if they were just given the chains. What are some of those resources that can help people who are struggling in the way that you had so my biggest suggestion. If anyone is struggling in the way that i had twelve step meetings saved my life saved my life If you go to twelve step meetings new england eventually you will find me. Because i'm always around. I'm doing service work. If that's not for you which. I understand i could not go to a twelve step meeting for you know for most of my life because i was really afraid of the big. Gee word didn't like god. You know how much they talked about god. You don't have to believe in god to come just going to throw that out there. Go to treatment. There are options. If you're in new england at care hospital which is where i got clean will pick you up anywhere in new england.

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"ivy league" Discussed on Diary of a Nation

Diary of a Nation

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"ivy league" Discussed on Diary of a Nation

"I like someone took someone what we call burned me They took my money and didn't come back with drugs. And i was just so fed up already. I didn't even lost anything yet. I lost my apartment my job. I was just fed up with the lifestyle twenty two years old done. I'm done so i remember. I had her car..

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"ivy league" Discussed on Too Many Podcasts!

Too Many Podcasts!

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"ivy league" Discussed on Too Many Podcasts!

"Michael center to jane. Byrne's murder the two women that were killed by him. Well the one that was killed. After jane was there any sort of connection between the two of them today. No not at all. That's what several difficult serial killer before. Dna day only thing lakes. Those murders says this man's dna and it was just an opportunistic career criminal. He was a rapist and a murderer. And then what will from what we know about serial killers. it's a compulsion. And so this man. I believe he's responsible for more deaths and i i think if we knew a bit more about him new bit more about its background but nobody seems to be interested in exploring yet. So i'm hoping this book that's coming out in november. Shed some more light on it. I'm looking forward to getting deeper on that case and you never know if there are families that are looking for closure. If that's the whole thing you know. I would love to solve a cold case in. Put some families wound help to heal that mold because we are on a podcast about podcasts. I'm sure there are plenty of true crime. Podcast other kinds of stuff that you like to listen to. So what are some of your favorite. Sarah ivy league murders ivy league murders actually ivy league. Mersal kidding there's so many good ones. I love I love criminal with phoebe. Judge thinks she's fantastic. There's like so many true. Prime garage is amazing. I love prime junkies. Let's see. I love red handed. I just started listening to a new. A new podcast. Not new new to me women in crime and we actually collaborated with them on a on a upcoming episode. It just came out tonight today on. Ab bishop and they are fantastic to their to Criminologists and they focus on obviously women in crime. And they kind of They're both psychologists as well and so they kind of do profile they look. They look at cases against him. Try to decide whether they've been fairly treated very very good. One the they walk among assets british one. Just let the guys accent and he does a great job. And i i have just less and less and less of Of ones that i love. of course. I'm blanking on all of them down mention if you okay. So we have a portion of the show and we call it Shameless self-promotion certain los so promotion. And this is where you can let everybody know how they can follow your show or what. You've gotta social media for anybody who's into shore so shamelessly promote our podcast now. Is that what you're saying absolutely please do so. Our podcast is ivy league murders and we can be found on any any platform. We are on apple podcasts. We are on spotify were on stitcher ch and we have now. Six were really super growing. People love it. we have A hundred and fifty five star reviews which were super happy about And if you wanna find us on facebook and join the group it's ivy league murders and the the best thing to do to help us is to subscribe and leave us a review if you like what you what you hear. Tell your friends intel your enemies and your enemies and also we also had a website which is ivy league murder. Stop calm and just reach out to us. We're always open to love interacting with people Hearing about crimes in academia and we just love to hear from you and yeah just joined the join the group just. It's so much fun. I can't tell you we just have a lot of fun is always a mystery. We found somewhere in. These lease can definitely salvador. You're so her name is sarah. Alcorn key is the co host of the wonderful ivy league..

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"ivy league" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"ivy league" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"These big companies have this like Ivy League pedigree that is or the dropouts one of the other, You know, I'm like a public school kids, So I think that's You don't have to be. You know this ideally guide on this tour or gal to start a company you can have gone to. You know, your state school. I'm just really excited about this really excited, all technology and you want to start something cool. What did you do, Because I know we talked about it a little bit. But I want to go a little deeper into it in regards to yourself Education because you like me didn't really enjoy formal education in school, And we would spend a lot of time computers laughing about this digit class and me Personally, I was self educating. I would ditch class to go and study on the beach and an environment that I really liked. The classroom is an environment where I don't feel like the teachers were very well educated to teach. On the things that I wanted to achieve in life after school and the class rooms with a bunch of kids that generally enjoy it. So for me I would ditch in. I'll go in self educate myself her and because of myself education That's why I'm successful. So what did you do to stuff? Educate yourself? Yeah. I mean, I think it's all I mean, life is all about curiosity, right? Think that success is based in your ability to just be curious about like how there's something worker. Why do something worker Why was something successful? And then apply it to the future. So for me, it was just I was constantly intrigued by what made other founders successful. What made the company successful? Right? It's the reading things like good too great, and they're like really being interested in what makes companies great or reading Dylan's biography and understand what makes him tick. And for me that that was the key was just getting super deep there and then I've always worked on a ton of side projects. So when I was working for other cos I was always trying things out trying to start businesses, right? I'm teaching myself how to program doing whatever I could to become, like really good at a lot of different things. I think that something important right there to point out is I've noticed a lot of entrepreneurs Test Test Test Test test test That doesn't mean that you don't necessarily find your strength and go deep with it and double down, But they're testing different areas of their strengths, attempting to testing different products, marketing strategies, partners networking events, Whatever it may be. There's so many different things that you contest And I love that You brought that up because testing is something that I feel like not only is important in marketing or when you're going to create a product. But testing as an entrepreneur in general is really good test little challenges and different things like that in your company. I love that simple advice Grant you having the show. But thanks so much appreciate a marked lack on business rock stars connecting a community of entrepreneurs on Facebook, Twitter and online business rock stars dot com. Covad 19 pandemic continues to weigh on us while we all feel helpless..

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"ivy league" Discussed on One and Dunne Radio

One and Dunne Radio

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"ivy league" Discussed on One and Dunne Radio

"It would just be mayhem if they try move all the fall sports to the spring. So this begs the question that I think it's on everyone's minds, and this is a big decision that could do what lead to a effect snowball effect of other schools and other and maybe. Division One lease. Saying we're not playing. College football is obviously. For a lot of these schools is a big moneymaker. Michigan Alabama, Clemson just schools under naming Ohio state did you like the big money making programs for the school? And the schools, but the schools can survive a year without playing these football. Playing. Football in general. And this the thing says. Quote was a if it costs too much to maintain a healthy environment at our institutions, our communities than we don't play sports or don't return students to campus, and it was kind of weird about the situation was that the students can actually go in practice on campus. Students will be allowed to practice on campus in a modified form I'm sorry like if I'm wanting to play my sport. I'm GONNA practice late. I'm going to be playing not going to practice if my seasons cancel. That's just me I I mean think about it as an ex student athlete like. As a twenty, two to eighteen to twenty, two year old whatever you are at that time. You being told years now playing you're you're not playing a season, you can go practice. I mean yeah. You can go and get better. For the next year. But you're in practice for what? I don't even know how many weeks maybe. Ten twelve weeks whatever might be you know practice for that? May weeks even plane in an opponent? And then do nothing until the next year. Till springtime where you actually have spring football, it's it's a big effect and that's why I don't I don't think. So the student athletes are going to go and take advantage of practice. They practice boring I'm sorry. The practice is not fun who is this What how it comes out and says who practice practice practice like? Listen. A true competitive athletes. They look like we all love Game Day. Practice, gets you right for game 'cause you love the feel of in the energy and the adrenaline of going against somebody else improving that you are than them. And getting a win. That's why we practice. Not Trying to pour Iverson but with Ivy League trying to say oh you guys can practice. That doesn't sit right with me. But could this lead to? Division One football and other big time school saying no fall sports. May Be. Scary when you think about it because everyone wants I think the biggest out Lavas is football. For College Sports..

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"ivy league" Discussed on One and Dunne Radio

One and Dunne Radio

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"ivy league" Discussed on One and Dunne Radio

"Last episode, Ivy League, probably the biggest news that happened. Recently. Ivy League cames out comes out in cancels fall sports for the upcoming fall. What that could mean going forward. Then Stanford cuts. Eleven varsity. Programs. And what that could mean for the university and for big time schools. And the steelers if they do host fans will made them wear masks talk about the impact that. All that on the show, let's go. So. The Ivy League was kind of big come out and they were saying they're proven. She can say what they were going to do for the upcoming season. I think everyone around like sports in college athletics. For Division was really waiting to hear what they do. Because The Ivy League is obviously you know Harvard Yale Dartmouth in other schools. and. They came out and said that they are not to be playing sports this fall including football. Like. Fall, sports are canceled. said, it's thrilling the right decision for the Ivy League. But it's difficult. So. Ivy League. Division One being. Very, a Prophet I mean probably a very profitable. League as far as university. But it's not the. Sports in general like football a bar, not the top moneymaker for the Ivy. League. It's actually basketball basketball's where. The money really falls into place for them. going. Back. To. Obviously the reason that this is happening because the coronavirus pandemic, they're saying that this just. This going too much money involved that to that one. WE'RE GONNA lose too much money for testing in. Players at all this stuff. So let's come reason why they decided to do that. And then there's talks that they they were saying, well, we could try and play my football in the spring. But if you think about trying to move other sports as well in the spring, it's just not realistic. Take. Soccer, the cross happened same time they have same field sketches be problem. Obviously football has their own. Problems was well when it comes to like. How they had to schedule everything around the season..

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"ivy league" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"ivy league" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Ivy League is cancelled they're at their conference tournament basically saying Hey man their players and seniors on this team that are chasing conference records are chasing school records they're now just don't I mean I was a kid he was talking about I only know I think police for Harvard the city's got like nine hundred and ninety points right now or something like that it's like this kid's not gonna get a chance to get to a thousand and you know I don't know if your senior is more of a bummer obviously if you're having a a magical season it's more of a bummer just kind of a bummer that's come to this and it's it's obviously thought he would fall that some some some raging moral issue that we need to come down on but just sort of sites that that this is what's what's being affected by this virus anyway you're welcome to check in for five eight oh we can we are we do have plenty of giant stuff to get to where I do want to spend some time talking Joey bart who was sent to minor league spring training yesterday the guys raking the ball and he said he's not gonna get a chance to start league start the season in the major leagues with the big league club we gotta talk about that talk about some of the comparisons between him buster Posey of your buyers some of the other young guys that have come out of the miners and how his numbers stack up against those guys every day what was your thought there I was just gonna say let's see one of those kids in college and you don't get to break these records twenty years from now you could tell your grandkids it took an act of god to keep me from being the all time record holder all day that's what I was going to what I'm talking Oakland A.'s and they want to actually one of the guys upstairs Roger who worked up on the third floor here one of our sales guys yesterday said Hey man I saw production he's a big days for him for some reason he's the one yeah he's the one he said yeah US operation it'll be a rematch of the eighty eight World Series this year and I said what Dodgers and an easy said yes it was like to the ETS loss that World Series so I put it up in India to your point it took an act of god I said the is literally quite literally needed a natural disaster to go on to win a World Series with different around the new the natural disaster that the line doesn't crash Davis brought that went under picture Nigel what what you said oh my god we've got ourselves a regular natural disaster I would he bangs a sprinkler head anyway on the other side some reaction to a little bit more of this coronavirus that how it affected the warrior game last night how the players are thinking about it and the first little look into what the media is dealing with now trying to get close to these players and get the get the insight on what's going on we'll take your calls and your text four one five eight only cambiar we'll get into all that and then in just a little bit some giants baseball talk MLB network to their thirty clubs in thirty days and yesterday they were focused on your San Francisco Giants a warrior talk they take a loss to the clippers last night and then we'll dive into some giants baseball all of that coming up it's a Wednesday hump day on the.

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"ivy league" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"ivy league" Discussed on WTVN

"San Francisco. The Ivy league scholar wrote nineteen seventies, the greening of America, which blessed sixties, counterculture and became a million selling manifesto for a new euphoric way of life. Richard Cantu, ABC news. Showers and thunderstorms overnight, and they may keep your wake a little bit sixty five for the eventual low. Some patchy fog to start your Tuesday Tuesday during the day, showers and thunderstorms with a high of seventy eight degrees, and it's going to be a warm humid went on Wednesday with another chance for storms. I'm ABC six first warning chief meteorologist Marshall mcpeek on your severe weather station. News Radio six ten WTVN. Both. Then again. Ones. In the. These days. From the city of angels. This is coast to coast AM with George Noory up next on Schmidt, joins us Tom Carey's partners. We talk about secrets inside right? Patterson paranormal day dot com is the free site for you to meet people who get it. We are six hundred sixty seven people shy of eighty six thousand members give it a try a paranormal date dot com. Free to sign up at turn date dot com. If you go out and you just want the bags under is to go away or little wrinkles, try this.

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"ivy league" Discussed on Ivy League English:Best English Podcast for Learning English

Ivy League English:Best English Podcast for Learning English

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"ivy league" Discussed on Ivy League English:Best English Podcast for Learning English

"Hey, everyone. Welcome to the Ivy league English podcast, the best English podcast for learning English. Why is it the best in this podcast? You're going to hear real English from real native speakers. We just slow it down a little bit. So that it's easier for English students to understand my name is Patricia I'm from the United States, and I'm honored to be your host and teacher. Now, let's get started. What's up everyone? Welcome to episode three today. We're going to talk about the Ivy league English TV and movie club. And I'm going to give you some homework. A lot of students seem interested in watching TV shows and movies together. So that they can ask questions and get help understanding the things that they watch. So we're going to give it a try today. I'll tell you what show to watch after you watch it you can post your questions about the show in the comments now pay attention. There is one rule about asking questions. You're not allowed to ask me. What a word means. That's what dictionaries are for. You. Don't need me for that. If you hear a word that you don't understand just look it up. Okay. This TV and movie club is not for lazy students. This is for serious students who really wanna learn. Got it. So the show we're going to start with is are you ready for this friends? That's right. And I know some of your thinking Patricia in the last episode, you said that friends was a terrible show for English students. Well, that's not exactly what I said friends is an old show. So there are some things that you might here in the show that people don't really say anymore. But I also said that you can watch old show if you want to it still good listening practice and most of the English language really hasn't changed in twenty years since you guys will be watching friends with my help. I can explain what words or phrases in the show are not used anymore. Friends. Definitely wouldn't be my first choice for a student. That's watching these shows without the help of teacher. But you guys have me. So you have absolutely nothing to worry about. I'm going to take. Take good care of you guys to be honest. The reason why I chose friends is because it's really easy for students to find online. It's on Netflix, Amazon prime video and lots of other websites. So for that reason, it's a great choice for what we're trying to do here. All right. Let's get to the homework. Your first assignment is to watch season. One episode one of friends when you watch the show remember to use the tips from the last episode of this podcast after you've watched the show a few times post any questions that you have right here in the comments. Then I'll answer your questions in another episode of this podcast. That's it guys. I hope this all makes sense if you have questions about what to do you can ask in the comments. Good luck. With your first TV and movie club homework assignment. This is really exciting. I can't wait to see your questions and talk to you guys about the first episode. Owed of friends. That brings us to the end of the Ivy league English podcast, the best English podcast for learning English. I hope you enjoyed it. And I hope he learned a few things if you have any questions about the vocabulary grammar or tenses that I used today. Let me know. That's what teachers are for. And if there are other topics that you'd like to discuss on this podcast. Let me know that too. I'll see you all next time.

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"ivy league" Discussed on Ivy League English:Best English Podcast for Learning English

Ivy League English:Best English Podcast for Learning English

06:55 min | 3 years ago

"ivy league" Discussed on Ivy League English:Best English Podcast for Learning English

"If you wanna watch videos or TV shows that only have one speaker are a bit complicated or are more than ten years old. That's okay. They're still good listening practice, but you need to remember the things that I mentioned earlier now, I'm going to tell you about one of my students favorite TV shows. And if you have access to Netflix or Amazon prime video it should be really easy to find. If you don't have either of those you can probably find this show online somewhere else. So look around maybe some of, you know, a great website for watching English TV shows, if you do please share the link in the comments I'd love to share it with other students. Okay. I have two students Steve. And Jackie if you're listening. Hey, guys. Okay. I have two students who love this show. It's called the good place. This. Show is about a woman named Eleanor who dies and goes to heaven, but she wasn't supposed to go to heaven. She was supposed to go to hell. So she's in a place where she doesn't belong only one person knows. And she needs to make sure that no one else finds out. She doesn't want to let the cat out of the bag. Do you guys know that expression, let the cat out of the bag means utilize secret or you reveal a secret so Eleanor has to work hard to keep this secret. But of course, lots of hilarious that means really funny. Lots of who Larry things happen. The great things about this show are that it's current. It's only about four or five years old. There are lots of group conversations and the language isn't too complicated. Also, even though the show happens in a str-. Range place. There are still lots of everyday conversations. People fall in love get in trouble ask for help things like that. So give this wanna try the next show is one you should try. If the good place is a little too advanced for you. This TV show is a cartoon. But it's not too silly. It's actually based on a really old computer game that I used to play when I was about ten years old the show's called Carmen sandiego. And it's about a young woman named Carmen who grew up in a school for professional feeds, she learned how to steal things when she was a kid as she gets older. She realizes that the people she grew up with our breaking the law. So she decides to use her skills to stop them. This show is great for a lot of reasons. First of all. All it's less than a year old. So the language is very modern or current since it's a cartoon the vocabulary and story are also simpler than what you'll hear in adult shows. Finally, a lot of the shows that you'll hear people suggest for English students are comedies. If you're looking for something different. This show has plenty of action that you might enjoy. Okay, guys. This is our last break before the show ends. I'll give you some tips to help you really learn from these TV shows. Do you have a question about English or American culture that you'd like to answer in a future podcast, or maybe there's a topic that you'd like to discuss if you have suggestions for this podcast? Make sure that you tell me in the comments I'd love to hear your ideas. Now, let me give you a few tips for watching TV shows in English. The first thing you should do is watch the show without any subtitles and see how much you can understand then washed the show as many times as you want with English. Subtitles only don't use subtitles in your native language that won't help you very much. When you watch the show with the subtitles, you should try to read the words on the screen as you hear them. This will help you to learn how native speakers pronounce words when they're part of his sentence. This is a good way to train your ears. So that you can understand connected speech. This is how you can practice understanding real English from real native speakers. Here's another suggestion. The first time that you watched the show with subtitles, you should take notes on any words or phrases that you don't understand at the end of the show. Look. The words and phrases that you think are the most important for you to learn in order to understand the show then when you watch it again with subtitles look at your notes. So that you remember what these new words in phrases mean, this will definitely help you to understand more of the show over the next few days and weeks, make sure that you review the vocabulary that you learned you need to look at it again. And again, so that you remember what the words mean? And how they were used in the show if you can remember what was happening when the word was used. It will be a lot easier to remember the words weeks and even months after you learned it, here's one last tip for you. If you have to look up more than twenty words to understand TV show. It's too hard for you pick something easier. All right, everyone. I've given you plenty of things to work on. Now. It's time for you to go pick a show and get started. If you have questions about anything that I talked about today. Make sure you leave a comment so that I can help you also don't forget to answer the question that I asked earlier what websites other than YouTube Netflix and Amazon prime video. Do you use to watch TV shows in English? That brings us to the end of the Ivy league English podcast, the best English podcast for learning English. I hope you enjoyed it. And I hope he learned a few things if you have any questions about the vocabulary grammar or tenses that I used today. Let me know. That's what teachers are for. And if there are other topics that you'd like to discuss on this podcast. Let me know that too. I'll see you all next time.

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"ivy league" Discussed on Ivy League English:Best English Podcast for Learning English

Ivy League English:Best English Podcast for Learning English

07:27 min | 3 years ago

"ivy league" Discussed on Ivy League English:Best English Podcast for Learning English

"Hey, everyone. Welcome to the Ivy league English podcast, the best English podcast for learning English. Why is it the best in this podcast? You're going to hear real English from real native speakers. We just slow it down a little bit. So that it's easier for English students to understand my name is Patricia I'm from the United States, and I'm honored to be your host and teacher. Now, let's get started. Welcome to episode to everyone today. We're gonna talk about a great way to improve your listening skills in English lots of students enjoy watching TV shows and movies in English because they're fun and entertaining. But this is also a great way to practice. Understanding native speakers. Let's be honest native speakers can be really hard to understand sometimes we speak quickly. Sometimes we mumble that means we don't speak. Clearly, here's what mumbling sounds like. And today. Did you understand that? Yeah. That's mumbling. Plus native speakers use so many expressions, and slang words you need to practice. Listening to native speakers allot, if you wanna be able to understand them easily when you watch TV shows in English, you'll hear common words, phrases and expressions that native speakers use when they talk about everyday things like work, family and their personal lives. You'll also hear references to American culture. So you can learn a lot about that from these shows too. As a matter of fact, most of my students who take private classes with me watch TV shows as part of their homework every week. But here's a common mistake that a lot of students make they choose the wrong show. So today, I'm going to talk about how to choose a show and which show my studio. Have enjoyed the most after that. I'll give you some tips on how to really learn from watching TV shows. I I wanna talk about some of the common things that students watch TED talks videos are very popular. There are tons of videos available on YouTube and TED talks can be great practice. You can learn vocabulary and expressions from these videos, but you need to remember a few things. I a TED talks video is usually a speech or a lecture one person talks for the entire video and the way people talk when they're giving a speech is not the same as the way people talk when they're having a conversation. Second the thing that a lot of students need to practice as they get more advanced is understanding conversations where more than one person is talking to them a lot of students need to improve this skill especially if they work in a place where meetings are held in English when you're trying to listen to more than one person things can get really confusing and listening to speeches and lectures won't really help you to improve that skill. Okay, guys. Let's take a quick break. When we get back. We'll talk about another show that's popular with English students. Are you looking for private classes or small group classes to help you improve your pronunciation, listening and speaking skills, I can definitely help you with that my conversation skills. Classes will help you to improve all of these skills and build your confidence as an English student. Visit my website Ivy league English dot com for the class schedule and pricing. Another popular show is the big bang theory. I'll be honest. I'm not sure why people think this is a great show for English students. Most of the main characters in this TV show are nerds. They're very smart. And they talk a lot about science in map. So the way these characters speak is sometimes very complicated. They use advanced vocabulary that isn't important for English students to learn and that can make the show more confusing. These characters also don't have the best social skills. So the way they talk is not the best example of the English language unless you wanna sound like a nerd, so. Yes, the show is funny. But it may not be the best show to us. If you wanna hear how most native speakers talk the truth is most people don't talk. Like the characters on the big bang theory game of thrones is another show that's popular with students. But again native speakers don't talk the way, the people on this show, talk, the accents and the vocabulary are different. So watch it for fun if you want, but it's not the best example of how people in the United States speak. The last show. I'll mention is friends. I think every English student that I've ever talked to about TV shows has mentioned friends. So here's my advice on that show, you need to remember that it's an old show. It's about twenty years old. Of course, the English language hasn't changed that much in twenty years. But there are some things that are different the most common slang words today. For example, are different from what they were twenty years ago. Also, the references to American culture that you'll hear. Here are also kind of old honestly, this is my biggest problem with this show. Like this watching TV shows is a great way to learn more about American culture, but culture changes over time. I always prefer that my students watch something modern that will introduce them to today's slang in culture. I think those shows are more useful and a better resource for students. All right, guys. It's break time again when we get back. I'll give you two suggestions for TV shows that I think are great for English students to watch. And I'll give you some tips for how to study using TV shows. Did you know that I have a club for people just like you who want to improve their English skills. I send all of my free resources to these students, including podcast episodes YouTube, videos, articles, and even free classes does that sound good. Then go to my website. I've e- league English dot com. And join my English club today. If

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"ivy league" Discussed on Ivy League English:Best English Podcast for Learning English

Ivy League English:Best English Podcast for Learning English

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"ivy league" Discussed on Ivy League English:Best English Podcast for Learning English

"Com for the class schedule and pricing. There's also a popular theory that I'm curious about a theory is an idea that people believe is true. But it hasn't been proven. So it's not a fact there's a theory that if you can't see then you're four other senses become stronger, or if you can't hear or can't smell, then you're four other senses, become stronger. I wonder how true that is. Is it something that happens as soon as you lose one sense? What I notice a difference in my sense of taste or smell if I ate incomplete darkness. Or is it something that takes time? Maybe it takes months or even years for your other senses to become stronger, or maybe that theory isn't true at all. Who knows? Well, maybe one day I'll experienced dark dining. I actually thought about trying it at home that wouldn't be too hard to do. But I'm pretty sure that my husband would think I was crazy if he saw me eating with a blindfold on. So maybe I'll just wait until I can visit one of these dark restaurants. Okay. Guys. That's it for today. Don't forget to answer the questions that I asked if you had to go to a dark restaurant, would you prefer to be blindfolded or to be in a completely dark room? If you were the chef at a dark restaurant, what kind of finger foods, would you serve? Can you think of other foods that you would serve? Finally, if a friend asked you to go to a dark restaurant, would you go? That brings us to the end of the Ivy league English podcast, the best English podcast for learning English. I hope you enjoyed it. And I hope he learned a few things if you have any questions about the vocabulary grammar or tenses that I used today. Let me know. That's what teachers are for. And if there are other topics that you'd like to discuss on this podcast. Let me know that too. I'll see you all next time.

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"ivy league" Discussed on Ivy League English:Best English Podcast for Learning English

Ivy League English:Best English Podcast for Learning English

08:34 min | 3 years ago

"ivy league" Discussed on Ivy League English:Best English Podcast for Learning English

"Hey, everyone. Welcome to the Ivy league English podcast, the best English podcast for learning English. Why is it the best in this podcast? You're going to hear real English from real native speakers. We just slow it down a little bit. So that it's easier for English students to understand my name is Patricia I'm from the United States, and I'm honored to be your host and teacher. Now, let's get started. Welcome to the very first episode of the Ivy league English podcast starting this podcast was a little harder than I thought it was going to be. But I'm glad that we're all finally here. Today's topic is dark restaurants and dark dining first of all what is dining if you know, what a dining room is then you can probably guess what dining means a dining room is the room in your house where you eat. But it's not the kitchen. It's a different room. If you're alone, you might eat in the kitchen because it's easier or you might eat in the living room while you watch TV. But if you wanna serve a big meal because it's a special occasion. Or you have lots of visitors. That's when most people wouldn't use the dining room, if they have one to dine is a formal way of saying to eat and the. Dining room is a formal room for eating. So what is dark dining? Here's where things get interesting. There are restaurants in North America Europe and Asia called dark restaurants people who eat at these restaurants eat in complete darkness. Can you believe that? It sounds strange. I know, but that's what dark dining is. So why would anyone wanna do that? I let me tell you. How dark dining started the first dark dining event that I could find information about happened in nineteen ninety seven in Paris, France, these events happened from time to time for years, but the first restaurant to have dark dining every single day of the week was in Switzerland. It was established or started by a blind man named Qorei in nineteen ninety nine in. Yes. You don't know the word blind. That means you can't see some people are born blind and some people become blind during their lives. Here's another good vocabulary word for you deaf. That means you can't hear. So the man who opened the first dark restaurant in Switzerland was blind after having his friends come to his house and try dark dining, he realized that people really liked it. His friends told him that their senses of taste and smell improved. When they couldn't see that made the meal taste and smell even more delicious than usual. So hor hey, opened a dark restaurant because he wanted people who are not blind to experience what it's like to be blind in particular. He wanted people to experience food and eating the way blind people do. Okay, everybody. Let's take a quick break. And then we'll get back to dark restaurants. Did you know that I have a club for people just like you who want to improve their English skills. I send all of my free resources to these students, including podcast episodes YouTube, videos, articles, and even free classes does that sound good. Then go to my website Ivy league English dot com and join my English club today. I've never been to a restaurant like this. But it sounds really interesting. So of course, I decided to do some research. Here's what happens when you go to a dark restaurant. There are two ways that these restaurants create darkness one way is to turn off all of the lights in the area where people eat if restaurants do this. They also take away people's electron devices like cell phones and cameras because they want the dining area to be completely dark. The other way is to put a blindfold on everyone. We just talked about the word blind. So what's a blindfold? That's a piece of cloth or fabric that you put over your eyes. And you usually tied the ends of the cloth together at the back of your head that way, you can't see when you're wearing a blindfold. You're blind. So here's my first question for you, guys, if you had to go to a dark restaurant, which would you prefer would you wanna be in a room, that's totally dark or would you want to be blindfolded? Personally, I think I'd prefer being in a dark room if you're blindfolded for the whole meal that could get uncomfortable. If you're in a dark room at least there is nothing on your face. But I do wonder what would happen if there was an emergency in the restaurant. What if everyone had to get out of the restaurant fast because of a fire or something like that? I'm sure that the people who run these restaurants have thought about that. So hopefully, there's a quick way to turn all of the lights on. I also started thinking about what I would want to eat if I had to eat in total darkness. I mean, how well can you use a knife and fork if you can't see anything so with that in mind, I thought that I would probably choose some kind of finger food if I had to eat at a dark restaurant. Okay. Really quickly. What's a finger food? That's a food that people generally eat with their hands. Here's another question for you guys. If you were the chef at a dark restaurant, what kind of food would you serve would you serve finger foods, what kind of finger foods, would you serve and what other foods, can you think of that people could easily eat, even if? They can't see. And the last thing I want to ask you guys is this if a friend asked you to go with them to a dark restaurant, would you go? I think that it would be interesting to experience a meal the way a blind person does personally I enjoy stepping into someone else's shoes or walking in someone else's shoes. Those are common expressions in English, by the way, they both mean the same thing experiencing life the way someone else does walking in another person's shoes is a great way to understand that person better. I think it would be really interesting to walk in a blind persons shoes. Even if it was just for a few hours. It's time for another quick break when we get back. I'll tell you another reason why I think it would be interesting to eat at dark restaurant. Are you looking for private classes or small group classes to help you improve your pronunciation, listening and speaking skills, I can definitely help you with that my conversation skills. Classes will help you to improve all of these skills and build your confidence as an English student. Visit my website Ivy league English dot com

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"ivy league" Discussed on Around the Rim

Around the Rim

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"ivy league" Discussed on Around the Rim

"The. Basketball fans, we have overloaded you with expertise, and we're bringing in another women's basketball analysts and experts of the show, please join me in welcoming the fantastic and wonderful Meagan Hughes Perry to the show. Welcome meghan. Thank you. Enter mak- excited to chat with you guys. Well, ceriga wants to go ahead to Rica. I. I. She she was happy. She got a little mentioned. But mega. You're an Ivy league girl yourself, which I love which my mother always wanted me to go to an Ivy league school, but you're also an analyst deep into I've league women's basketball done studio for them have just been great in your coverage this season. And so we want to know what your thoughts are on Princeton, Princeton comes into the NCAA tournament as the eleven. See they will take on the Kentucky Wildcats in Raleigh. The host team is NC state who will take on main and their first round game. Megan should Raleigh as a first and second round site be worried about the Princeton Tigers. Can they advance to the Sweet Sixteen? And why if you think so? Yeah, absolutely. I think that that entire racket should be worried about printing don't just say that because I do have my heart near and dear to either league. It's because of really what they've done in the core. I don't think that Princeton surprising. Anyone on the any of the Ivy league teams are what I think Princeton this year. The tale of two two for them the season before Bella Alary and the season after Bella Alary and so- Princeton non-conference had a very competitive on conference season. They played the likes of Paul Syracuse Kansas state Villanova, but they did. So without their star player leading score back to back Ivy league player of the year, Bella Alary. And so I think obviously how they finish this season. The Ivy league they dominated. I've playing came out the Ivy tournament champion with a big win against Penn. But I think that what they're capable of in the tournament. Their record is really not indicative of how they will perform because they now have our younger they're weighing in. She doesn't a lot of damage. What do you like about Bellas game? We what is the thing that stands out to most fans should be watching in the NCAA tournament. Yeah. Bella outreach who haven't seen her. She is must watch. She has six foot four forward. She has guard lightened and fees. I think she's super dynamic when most versatile. Players in the conference. You know, she gets it done offense on the defensive in she'd disruptive, she she the blocks in deflections, but she's capable of the defense of and when I think about Bella Alary you haven't seen her. She reminds me of a very raw Elena della Don, and I don't say that I don't say that like lightly at all I've been a long time scouting Elaine, Don during my time at the WNBA, but her on court movement or demeanor and the skill set that she has unbelievable. And we tell you something else. Like, Elaine Adela done. She had a really strong upside. But right now, she's been a dominant player in the Ivy league. No one has held her to a single digit game all season long, and she's had to lease five games where she scored thirty. Plus and she dropped forty five points at Columbia with ease back. Okay. Someone this shows up and she's not fear. The big moment at all. So for that reason. I think you know, anyone going up against Princeton has a lot to be worried about will. They will take on the Kentucky. Wildcats team led by Ryan Howard of fantastic freshman, and obviously Macy Moore's the sharp shooter. So they will be facing a lot of pressure. Wondering at Princeton will be ready for prepared for that aspect of things. And it was interesting watching Princeton because they were the final conference tournament championship. The Ivy league to be finished a find out that last automated qualifier and actually Princeton was in the NCAA selection committee's debatable eight which were last eight teams that were in consideration for the last four spots in the field for an at large bid. So it was actually a debatable seven because Princeton did go on to beat pin and things moved on from there..

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"ivy league" Discussed on Around the Rim

Around the Rim

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"ivy league" Discussed on Around the Rim

"What happening where can fans find you either on Twitter, Instagram, whatever your preference as where can keep up with you. You're gonna have some phase after the show like more. I hope so I'm most schools still. So it's at at coach Scotty awesome. Well, that's if you see what that is. The right name because you have been coaching us on this podcast. Thank you so much for joining the show, and we look forward to seeing you in the first and second rounds. Thank you, China and say while you're doing for the game, thanks Christie. Basketball fans, we have overloaded you with expertise, and we're bringing in another women's basketball analysts and experts of the show, please join me in welcoming the fantastic and wonderful Meagan Hughes Perry to the show. Welcome meghan. Thank you trying to enter become excited to chat with you guys. Well, it's a Rica wants to go head to Rica. About the pipe up. She was happy. She got a little mentioned. But mega you an Ivy league girl yourself, which I love which my mother always wanted me to go to an Ivy league school. But you're also an analyst deep into Ivy league women's basketball done studio for them have just been great and your coverage this season. And so we want to know what your thoughts are on Princeton, Princeton comes into the NCAA tournament as the eleven. See they will take on the Kentucky Wildcats in Raleigh. The host team is NC state who will take on main and their first round game. Meghan should Raleigh. As a first and second round side, be worried about the Princeton Tigers. Can they advance to the Sweet Sixteen? And why if you think so? Yeah, absolutely. I think that that higher bracket should be worried about Princeton. And it don't just say that because I do have my my heart is near and dear to the I league it's because of really what they've done in the court. I don't think that Princeton surprising. Anyone don't think any of the Ivy league teams are what I think Princeton this year if the tale of two two seasons for them the season before Bella Alary and the season after Bella Alary, so Princeton non-conference had a very competitive non conference season. They played like the depaul Syracuse, Kansas state Villanova. But they did. So without their star player leading score back to back Ivy league player of the year, Bella Alary. And so I think obviously how they finished the season the Ivy league they dominated Ivy league playing came out as the Ivy tournament champion with a big win against Penn. But. I think that what they're capable of in the tournament. Their record is really not indicative of how they will perform because they now have Bella Alary under their wing. And she does a lot of damage. What do you like about Bellas game? We what is the thing that stands out to most fans should be watching in the NCAA tournament. Yeah. Bella outreach. You haven't seen her? She is must watch. She has split for forward. She has guard lights and fees. I think she's super dynamic when most versatile players in the conference. You know, she gets it done offense on the defensive in sheaves disruptive. She shooting the blocks and deflection. But she's capable of the defense of and when I think about L, Bella Alary, if you haven't seen her she reminds me of a very raw Elena della done, and I don't say that I don't say that lightly at all I spent a lot of time scouting Elena delegate during my time at the WNBA, but her on court movement her demeanor and the the skill set that she has is unbelievable. Let me tell you something else like a Adela gun. She has a really strong upside. But right now, she's been a dominant player in the Ivy league. No one has held her to a single digit game all season long and she pedal east five teams where she scored thirty. Plus and she dropped forty five points at Columbia with ease back. Okay..

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"ivy league" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:55 min | 3 years ago

"ivy league" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Felicity Huffman and Laurie Lachlan. Apparently deleted all their social media. But it was a little too late people were going through their social media accounts, and and trying to pull videos, and and things from the past and things they may have said on social media in one of the things that I saw today. Lori Laughlin Lachlan bragging that you know, they didn't want to be the parents that forced their kids to get straight as that. You know, they were a lenient on the grades like like, they were the cool mom and dad, and then they still got into USC amazingly enough. In that. Then obviously backfired on them. And then there is the the story of the there's a woman that is suing. And this came out last week is this the five hundred million five hundred billion billion. So that's that's a it's too bad as five hundred billion because that kind of when you see a number like that you just think. Well, that's ridiculous. She's never gonna win that. But she claims has got to be five hundred billion because she feels like she is suing them because they have affected a million kids out there million possible students. So that's why she threw a big number out there. She lives in Oakland. She's a teacher her kids. She said has a four point two GPA, and it wasn't enough for admissions officers. She didn't say which colleges he applied to. But she just said he couldn't get in. I'm I'm guessing it was these elite schools. Yeah. I get the outrage. I mean, I think and I think it's justified, and I think it's genuine you ain't gonna get five hundred billion dollars. I don't know what you're going to get. But I get it. You get the outrage I get it. You realize how hard it is to get into school. And how hard some kids work in the in the child like hers who had a four point two that gets denied for whatever the reason to go to whatever school that he or she wanted to go. I get that. I I don't I mean, usually when there's a problem, right? You say, okay. We understand the problem. We all agree. There's a problem. What's the solution instead of sitting here talking like they do in politics all the time over and over and over about the pro, but nobody seemingly has a solution. I would say in this case what's the solution? What's the endgame here? Quite honestly written, Cathy. I I don't know. Apparently there there's some loopholes like this that have been discovered now where people can slip through the cracks one of them is through sports, you know, where you can pose as a as a fake athlete pretty easily on crew. Team and volleyball or water polo, whatever the sports that don't get a lot of attention. So that was one way in for people tennis team. And then the other is the testing process the SAT test where these proctors are apparently they're vulnerable for bribes. Because some of them took some of them took the money, and they're changing test scores in the case of Felicity Huffman daughter, they changed her score by four hundred points. So this guy went in and took her. She took the test. He went into corrected her test to boost it up four hundred points. And that's a lot that he he get paid. How much they didn't say how much you got paid. But they did catch him. They catch. They caught a couple of proctors. Yeah. I I would say there's got to be, you know, there's got to be mechanisms in place that would prevent for the most part that kind of behavior. Right. I mean that one's going to be more than one person grading tests. Well, but you'd have to be really well schemed to know that that's the Proctor you're gonna get for that test. So she flew out of state to take it. Right. They picked this one guy. Guy. I think I think you have to say when I read some Mr. singers or whatever his name is Steph. It said that you had to say that your kid had a disorder or disability. And that you need to take it out of specific Mace. And then they hired though, they paid those practice. Nineteen. That's how they got away with that. But that's really scheming. You're going to get this. This woman that's suing. She said she's outraged and hurt because I feel that my son. My only child was denied access to a college not because he failed to work and study hard enough. But because wealthy individuals felt that it was okay to lie cheat steal and bribe their kids way into a good college. And that's the truth. It did happen that way. It doesn't say what schools her kid apply to or where he ended up going. If even went to school, but with a four point two to prove that that he didn't get into those schools and give his grades, and what's your idea? She's going to have to prove how how many kids in fact had that have that because you know, GPA now is like a five point. Oh, and that's what you mean. A GPA like the highest GPA. Because you sound like a good GPA is a four point five of the best GPA's a five point out. That's a straight a student who has eight p class, and that's got to be pretty rare. I don't know. I think a lot of these school Ivy league schools. That's what they look for. If she's looking at Ivy league schools, they could say that they could easily prove a wrong is that her hus- done. Navy Ivy league school and David did you know Lynn Swann's, the ethnic director USATF's? Yeah. And he came out over the weekend and said he was blindsided by this. He had no idea that this was going on. I tend to believe him. Yeah. Because it's a big athletic department. And see, that's the crack. That's how you can slip through like is. He really checking out all the crew. Probably doesn't care anything about football more than anything. Right. Just checking that out. Yeah. Track probably at USC as well. As a crew. Okay. This guy got a inch. He's in charge a crew. I'll let him deal with it. Dementia with their budget looks like at USC for his department. Yeah. And how many do you think they have UC of it? They have five or six associate p people in charge of different areas of the ethnic department overall. But I mean, honestly, I wouldn't expect this one to have been aware of this, nor nor do I think we can hold them accountable because evidently wasn't I'm with you there. But certainly embarrassing the university and the school everybody at the top of this of the food chain at USC gotta be embarrassed that this happened. And they they seem to be the one university. That is very prominently featured in the scam. Where they were very susceptible to this type of fraud. And we'll see what they do with with people like Lori Lachlan, and Felicity Huffman will they put him jail. Well, these guys do jail time and fraud men's crew is on the club list at USC. So it'd be easy to sure. Yeah. I know you think would've do they actually recruit guys club the whole idea of club per se is you recruit wants the student becomes a student. I don't see the women's crew. So they must not be club. They must be actual. But you can do what men's water polo? You don't Dave would look great in a water polo. What are they wear? They were they were those little goggles. And then one of those swim caps speed saying, you would be too bad. You didn't play water polo level water polo all along they wear those little Speedo. They don't have your size. Dave. Probably not. Traffic out here..

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