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Choosing A College When You Don't Know Your Major
"It might surprise you to know that fifty percent of students enter College as Undeclared Majors undecided or Undead. Layered refers to an admitted or an enrolled student who has not yet selected a major now while there's nothing wrong with being Undeclared. It does mean that you have to ask yourself different questions about your building your college list. For example, you would need to think about which schools are best for undecided students. What makes a good college for undecided majors and should I go to a college with a lot of Majors or apply to specific schools many different types of schools. So what does it mean to be undecided again off when you apply and you haven't selected a major and a major is an area of study that you pursue through your course work. For instance. If you're a history major, you're going to take a majority took courses in history. And if you're an engineering major, you're going to spend a lot of time taking engineering classes and upper level math classes. So one thing I want you to know that job Being an undecided major is temporary. You don't graduate from college undecided the purpose of coming in as an undecided or Undeclared major is to get the student time to decide on what they truly want to major in before they have to declare it now different schools have different times when a student needs to declare their major and maybe at the end of their first year or the beginning of their second year and there are some schools that allow you up to your junior year to declare your major. Now, I do want you to know that being undecided wage doesn't mean that you can't build your list. It just means that you have a different checklist and a different criteria for picking your universities. So let's talk about things that you need to consider as an Undeclared major. So number one decide on the location. Do you want to stay close to home or are you willing to travel a distance to get your education wage? This could open up possibilities as you're thinking through your college list. So decide on the limits of how far you're willing to travel is a necessary First Step number to think about your in-game. So what is your ultimate career goal? And even if you're not very clear on exactly what it is you want to do think about a general area or some common themes about what it is that you want to do and then begin to write down a list of all of the majors that will help you get to that career goal. So, you know, if you want to start college Undeclared and you're thinking about, you know, various Majors many different majors and you can't just pick one then you might benefit from options provided by larger University so that you have more Majors from which to choose so try to find a school that offers a great number of authors. Ends that you're potentially interested in and then that way as you're taking some of your first year courses your core courses it gives you time to think through exactly what it is that you want to change number three consider an open curriculum college. Now, there are some colleges with what's called an open curriculum program is designed to enable students to develop their own program of study with the help of Faculty advisors. So schools like Amherst Brown Wake Forest vs are offer Open golf program. So you go in and you really go in Undeclared and you're allowed to build your course of study with the help of your advisor off. So, you know think again about those types of colleges on your list number four, and I think this one's really important but make sure you have support Wrap-around support services. So there are some colleges that have advising for Undeclared undecided majors and it's really important to make sure that you know the schools on your list do Provide support for students who check that box on their application as undistracted or Undeclared schools such as University of Maine and also USC University of Southern California. They have very strong Undeclared advising for students to help them begin to think about what it is that they want to do number five think about extracurricular activities, you know, you you're thinking of, you know, don't just focus on the program of study. But if you're as you're looking at schools, you want to take a look at the types of wage Opportunities and experiences experiences that you can have through society's through professional organizations. For example, let's say you'll enjoy writing but you're not exactly sure what you want to do with that. Well, maybe there's a campus magazine or journalism club or a college paper. Those are all great ways for them to explore writing a little bit more to see the type of writing a major you may be interested in pursuing. So it's important to get some of that real life experience and you can use the extra curricular activities as ways to do some Discovery as well as Co-op experiences research opportunities and jobs internships any kind of hands-on experience and positions that will allow you to discover a little bit more what it is that you may want to do Thursday.
"larger university" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Going to drive subscribers because that's where we are now back in. The day you put out a movie, Box Office Receipts Essentially paper whatever. But now you're you're trying to get new subscribers. Subscribers are GONNA pay for all the influx of these new shows anyway. So my bigger question is kind of kind of the same question you have I'm way more interested and everything that happened before the adventures as as it pertains to nick. Fury I don't want them to explain any thing else the mystery is always much more interesting than whatever answer they can give you. Yeah but. Comics like this guy was fucking around since after World War Two, you know what I mean like he was in the Cold War he's in Vietnam. Did all of these things many comic books that have touched that and yet I think the problem is that two things they want to keep continuity right? They WANNA still build the overall larger university trying to do. So I don't think we're GONNA take too many adventures backwards and on top of that same Jackson. The aging thing wasn't super super distracting for Captain Marvel but I'm not sure I would wanNA watch series of that yeah I'm with you man I don't know if I'd WanNa Watch a whole series of. Samuel Jackson either. But it's important to talk about things like budget and whatnot because. An plus being under one roof. The cool thing about Disney plus and bring all these. These these characters. Into the fall now. Is. That they're doing something they weren't able to do and it was very disjointed when he came to television. They tried they tried their best to actually go in connect some of the TV. Universe, parts. Of of of Marvel, to the movie universe parts and it just didn't work out that will man you know what I mean agents of shield. Is, directly. tied. To, the MC you in the beginning they started out would make. Cameos here and there, and let you know like it is all definitely connected. Really Colson..
The University of Utah, Jack Daniel's Whiskey, and Carnival Cruise Lines Hit in Ransomware Attacks
"Do the University of UTAH? Jack. Daniels. Whiskey. And Carnival cruise lines all have in common. Well Friday last last Friday. The University of Utah revealed that it had paid a ransomware gang four, hundred and fifty seven dollars. And fifty nine cents. Four, hundred, Fifty, seven, thousand. Yes I got that would have been. Four hundred and fifty, seven, thousand dollars and fifty, nine, hundred, and fifty thousand. Fifty nine dollars. which sort of begs the question or they get that number? Now that I finally got it out correctly, it's probably bitcoin. Nine dollars like half a million bucks. It's like the Bitcoin version thing they probably would. Yes somewhere. BITCOIN that turned out to be that. And what's interesting is that was not to obtain the decryption key for their files. They didn't need it because it turns out that very few of their files were encrypted but rather her and Leo I know this goes to you know the thing that were you just kind of like. Grit your teeth to purchase the promise. From the extortionists. That the student information that had been exfiltrated beforehand while. Yeah that's not be publicly released your Seymour. One this is big. Yeah. Yeah. They're they're they're just they're hoping that the there is honor among thieves and that these guys will keep their word in senators. Word is that if if you want others to pay you yes. That's it. Exactly. If, of course, ransomware gangs or not all the same but and didn't we hear no, it wasn't It was cannon that had some information leaked last week that we reported on and so so Lawrence over at bleeping computer has said that you know they assumed since the jetsons cannon got themselves back up relatively quickly that they had paid the ransom. But now since the extortionists in that instance were leaking the information, maybe cannon had restored from backups and said, Nah, we're not paying your stinking ransom and the bad guy said. Here comes your You know your your private corporate next decade plans for the future. How do you? How do you want that? How how do you feel about that being leaked? Anyway. So the in this case University of Utah explained. That it had dodged a major ransomware incident and that the attackers managed to encrypt only zero point zero, two percent. Of the data stored on their servers. And the university staff was easily able to restore that from backups. However, the ransomware group then threatened to release student related data see they had obtained and exfiltrated. So, the university said after careful consideration, the university decided to work with its cyber insurance provider to pay a fee to the ransomware attacker. This was done as a proactive and preventative steps to ensure information was not released on the Internet and again to the extent that such. Can Be ensured. The Cyber Insurance policy pay part of the ransom, and the university covered the remainder no tuition grant donation state or tax payer funds were used to pay the ransom thought that was an interesting explicit statement that they made. They said, the university disclosed that the attack took place a little over a month ago on July nineteenth twenty twenty and the network belonging to the Collar College of social and behavioral science was the victim. So Apparently A. A you know as a sub set of the. Entire Larger University. was where the break in occurred and there must have been some isolation there. So anyway, that is one of the three and presumably they were able to negotiate a cheaper payment in order to you know because they hit the bad guys hadn't managed to get. The bulk of the of the university stuff. But you know they did pay for they promised to not share student data, and as you said Leo, the reason that would be honored as well as you know, nearly half a million dollars. And they want to do. Yeah exactly. You got to build your credibility. Exactly And two other large and notable recent ransomware victims were Brown forman famous for their distillation of Jack Daniel's Tennessee whiskey. And Carnival cruises. The Jack Daniels folks said are quick actions upon discovering the attack prevented our systems from being encrypted. Unfortunately again, we believe some information including employee data was impacted. We are working closely with law enforcement as well as world class third party data security experts to mitigate and resolve this situation. As soon as possible, there are no active negotiations so. In that. So that says it sorta sounds like. Oh, in fact, a that statement from Brown forman came after Bloomberg News reported that it had received an anonymous tip of the ransomware attack a site on the dark web claiming to be run by members of the reveal strain. A ransomware says that it had obtained a terabyte of data from the Louisville Kentucky based. Brown. Foreman the site said that stolen data included contracts financial. Statements Credit Histories and internal correspondence of employees also included were screen shots of file structures documents purportedly taken during the heist. So does look like the pattern we're seeing now is because you know major companies that have the deep pockets who also have the pocket depth to now proactively backup their servers well. So it's possible for the for if if the only thing done was encryption. A golden opportunity to extract a ransom could be thwarted if the if the good guys have backups at. So now what's being done is That data pre encryption is being exfiltrated and stored somewhere. Then the data is encrypted and so we have you know we're we're we're increasingly seeing this two part attack exfiltration that the company desperately does not want to be made public. In case they have backups in which case, they would not otherwise need to pay the extortion. So you know it's not really ransomware as much as it is. Okay. We got copies of all your stuff. Shall we share it with the world? PLANO blackmail.
"larger university" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"For first time ever laid eyes in Panama withdrew display day. Oh walking through heaven you may not know it but you've got a Strut you've got. I don't know this just sort of have a very curious way of walking. Where like you have this this curiosity and your is this your survey in the world. You're ready for any possibility. You've got strong feelings about any possibility. That's headed your way and you're walking in that way with a coffee in your hand. I think you were wearing an earring at the time. Oh God oh no no no one hundred percent wearing an earring at the time and he had a leather jacket. And you had like a side bag like Jack. Bauer has is his Jack. Bauer Satchel and I just remember like locking is with you but not knowing you at all and we didn't say anything and it just felt like whoever this guy is must be a real big deal or at least in his world believes in big deal and I have a very indelible image in my mind because once I I got hired into the editorial department working on the website. You were one of my first friends in that realm and have become you know not just one of my closest friends from from wizard but one of my closest friends in my life like any time. I come out to California which is relative. We often under normal circumstances for my job. I like your third roommate. I live with Kevin Kevin's partner Robin when I come out to L. A. And your dog gusts you get so excited that he pees on the when. I show up very happy to see from time to time so I'll I'll never forget that first image of you Kevin because you come such an important person in my life and it's my great hope that you're already a very important person in the lives of many not the least of whom are listeners of post show recaps. Who have heard you on you and I have gone on a podcast about a lot of the marble netflix shows. We've podcast about not quite all daredevil. I don't think but most of it. A lot of Jessica Jones Luke Cage. We've talked about a lot of marvel movies here in DC movies here in the past you got. I would say probably like two dozen. Poso recaps appearances easily. If not more than that so there are definitely people listening to this. Who are really set to have you back on a more regular basis really excited for people to get to know you really well because you're ridiculous. Human being one of my absolute favorite people on the plan and to to get to embark on this during a really uncertain time with one of my close friends. You know more more like family than than a friend to me is just the absolute best so so. I'm really psyched. That's the dynamic that you and I are coming into this. I'm going to back on you and give you a lot of shit all along the way and I'm sure you're going to do the same and it's it's really like you're much more like a brother than you are a podcast partner reference so this is going to be really really fun. And I'm really excited about Gotcha. Well first of all as people will know feel super like just emotional overwhelmed on all of that but I really appreciate it also hard to to express emotions. I was over. Get you to cry by the model. Not The end of this episode today but by the end of this whole thing if I could do that then mission accomplished but you are right. I mean we've become an incredibly incredibly close. I will say like what's funny is that I sadly I'm sorry. Do not remember that meeting between us by your eyes on on happened hundred. You have like a starbucks coffee. Because there's the starbuck's on the way to wizard guy is either a big deal or believes. He's a big deal. That's one hundred percent accurate. Leather jackets bag everything. I think we're still waiting to find out a world. No we'll find out we'll find out so Kevin what what do you do? You still work at the pop culture space. Yeah so yeah so after wizard after our meeting. I do remember US becoming friends over Bubba Gump shrimp company in Times Square while talking about survivor. Which bonded US? I think forever in always but after after yes. I am loving this season but after after wizard. A bunch of different things ended up freelancing for a while. But I'm still in the pop culture's don't actually work for DC comics which was great behind the scenes. Learning how the sausage is made and now I'm in pop culture marketing specifically entertainment marketing. So I do a lot of stuff for campaigns for various streaming services and stuff that you may have seen. You may have seen some of the stuff I've done in terms of that out and about I won't name drop any of them for many reasons but That's mainly what I do now but I will say like Josh. I WANNA be writer. It is a big passion of mine that I'm hoping to explore more especially in the comic book world. I'd love to break into comics. I'm kind of pulling a page from fifteen minutes brand says name but a similarly you who is now Casta Shanxi who got famous for doing so by tweeting out. Call Me Marvel and they did. Have you tweeted call me marvel? I haven't but I might after all. Yeah put it out into the world. I would love to write but I love what I do as well. So that's a little bit general background here. I have a dog named Gus. He's incredible My girlfriend Robin who is not going to appear in the podcast but has appeared by name in a couple of previous ones. If you've heard of her before if you've listened to our daredevil show I was GonNa say the rob into your Batman but really you are the rob into Robin's Batman that is accurate. She's very much much more like Yeah if I was any sort of like superman issues the Batman where we have a a In my opinion the bonding friendship and respected love for each other but definitely one is clearly more levelheaded. There's one I trust in a catastrophe and I'm not talking to that person right now. Exactly that's that's that's where we're at Kevin. Iron man was coming out while you and I were at wizard. I remember this very well because I remember Ironman came out and the Dark Knight was coming out and we were still there this before. Things started to happen where people were no longer at wizard. Maybe that'll come. We'll see certainly should not be a focus but that summer dark knight was taking the world by storm. Dark Knight was being taken really seriously as an Oscar contenders. Certainly after everything that had happened to. He's ledger and his performance. Just kind of becoming legendary and then marble had put out ironman which was staggeringly fun movie. That was like this electric money-making blockbuster that was really surprising. In obviously is the the reason why we're about to be talking about all the stuff we're going to be talking about Like it was Robert Downey. Junior was not in any way shape or form the big deal that he he became because of ironman courses household name. And but not for reasons. He would be psyched about most likely with a lot of great accomplishments under his name but at that point mostly known for the drama surrounding him but iron man was was out. It has Samuel Jackson tease at the. That's hinting towards a Larger University of vendors initiative and that was all very exciting but I still think that we were probably as a culture. Ingrained be more excited about something that was like. I don't know like score. A Scorsese Ish approach to superheroes like the dark knight not to Pittsburgh the dark night. I was watching some of that. The other day and in many ways still holds up tremendously. Well in some ways. Holds less well than Perhaps is remember But there is an editor at wizard as we were doing our best year or best with the summer. I was going to bring this up. I'm glad that you did because you remember it too. I definitely remember this and his name. Is Mike. Cotton Mike? Cotton who I believe works. Dc or has worked at DC. He does work at DC still and he pushed really hard. I think got the final ruling on the field considering his role within editorial to say the Best Superhero movie of that year was Ironman.
"larger university" Discussed on Uncommon Knowledge
"But the key points that we try to make our. Yes, we need to make congress great again. It needs to deliberation. If it's going to happen is going to happen in the congress. So we need to make congress great again to have meaningful liberation. But second, we also have to make congress more deliberative again, it's not enough to just keep passing bills on party line vote. I just try a couple of thoughts that occurred to me. All right. You're. Or the man who wrote the book, and I'm just the guy. But if we are attempting to get back to the deliberative process, the founders had in mind, here's a striking fact congress, first meets congress, number one of the United States in seventeen eighty nine. The house consisted of fifty nine members the Senate of twenty to the house today is four hundred thirty five full members couple of observers, who don't have voting status. The Senate is one hundred and. Those bodies are just too big. Right. If you're a member of the Senate, and you're one of twenty two you have real responsibility. Right. Do you have nowhere to hide if you're a member of the house, and you're one of four hundred and thirty five oh for goodness sake? Really, you end up just doing constituency services you try to get the vet a better deal in the veterans hospital, the idea of shaping policy. But if you're one of only forty nine so what do you think of that? The institution just grew too much too. Many of them. Well, I mean I have no idea how you'd scale it back. But I think as often tell students when they're asking me to recommend a college or something based on my experience in that field. I say, you know, you need to decide if you want to small college or larger university. But what will happen is if you go to a larger university, you have to break it down. You'll join fraternities word or you live in a dorm, you'll be on this team or that team you'll break it down and make it work in pieces. And that's how I think the federal government, I think the one of the best things we could do. If I had my top ten things to do to help make congress delivered again, is I would begin restoring power to committees committee chairs and you could have real, you're right. You're probably not gonna have great deliberation on the floor with four hundred thirty people, but you couldn't committee. And so if we could begin to pull back some of the powers that have floated up to these party leaders majority minority leaders and put them back in the committees. And the committee's could be places of real debate and deliberation, again, that seems feasible to me David have this in my last. This is my last wacko accepted. It's not entirely wacko. Have you ever thought about the Singapore solution? And here's what I mean by the Singapore solution, Singapore pays public officials. Well, there were public officials in Singapore who are paid more than a million dollars a year. And so maybe we should just pay these people more. And maybe here's the here's here's the thought experiment. If every member of congress got a one million dollar bonus each year in which we reduced the deficit ten percent in a decade. The deficit would be zero isn't that right? That we know that, as, you know, California, tried a version of that we said, we're not gonna pay legislators the paycheck, stop until the budget of. So I mean it's slightly different issue, but they couldn't budget sentence, Akron, all. So they said, well, we're not gonna pay miraculously. Now they get budgets done on time, but of course, agreeing on what we want to incentivize you and I would incentivize reducing the deficit others would think while that's not the place we need incentives. We need incentives for bigger safety. Now I think You you. hear your former college president, you raised money. That means you spend a lot of time with really successful business figures and you know what the often say they often say dog on it if only we could attract some people from business to congress..
"larger university" Discussed on The Big 98
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"larger university" Discussed on Freakonomics
"Hundred forty k which is a nice salary. Hardly extravagant by. President standards. We should say, meanwhile, the head football coach at Purdue earned around three point eight million dollars last year and his team won only six games against seven losses. So to me, it sounds like you had a better year than football coach did say nothing the fact that he's only running the football team. And you run the entire university. How do you feel about that construct? I'm fine. I remember when they s Babe Ruth than it was scandalous. He was paid two or three times a prison unites. We'll head a better year. No. It's the world. We're in life's been kind of a my family's provided for I didn't come here for the money without putting a fine point on it of money with my object. I had other options. A new Daniels produce alumni donations student retention rates. And graduation rates are all way up. And so we're applicastions they've risen from thirty one thousand a year to fifty three thousand during his tenure interestingly this has happened during a recent decline in college enrollment in the US earlier, I told you that college enrollment rose thirty seven percent between two thousand and two thousand ten but from two thousand ten to sixteen it's down seven percent, how should this decline? Be interpreted. You might say that we simply hit peak college a few years ago, the boom came up against the ceiling, or you might say the price of college is simply become prohibitive for too many people or that would be students and their parents are scared off the horror stories about lifelong college debt, but you should also consider. This fact, college enrollment tends to be Karl aided with the employment rate when there are a lot of jobs available some people skipped college to take those jobs in the employment scenario has improved in recent years. So that could also help explain the overall drop in demand for college. This drop in demand is already affecting the supply side college closures while still rare have been rising some larger university systems like the university of Wisconsin are consolidating their campuses. Four profit colleges are particularly prone to suffer from less. Manned their numbers have decreased over the past several years, but a prestigious private college or a big public research university like Purdue they are still seeing historically high demand some students and their parents are so eager to get into college. They'll pay bribes in the hundreds of thousands of dollars and pretend play water polo. So what does all this mean for the future of college tuition, and for long-term debt, more and more elite schools with huge endowments are offering free tuition for.
"larger university" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"One week away. There's been so many distractions. Yeah. Yeah. The brewers everything shooting, but it's almost here. I chatted recently with read Magni he is the public information officer of the Wisconsin election commission. Hey, let's talk about midterm elections. Kind of in general. It's a big midterm coming up here. It's of course, big races in Wisconsin as well. What is typical turn out like for midterm election? What do you expect to see in Wisconsin? We normally see between fifty and fifty five percent of the state's voting age population coming coming out to an election, and that compares to between sixty five and seventy percent in a presidential election. Does it vary? Sometimes depending on how tight the races are or what's on the ballot or other ancillary things. Absolutely. A can you know, looking back at history, especially in presidential elections. When you know when it looks like one candidate is way ahead of the other turn out from the candidate who's probably gonna come in second tends to go down. And so the overall turnout tends to go down. But in a case where you've got a neck and neck race and people feel like their vote matters. That can definitely affect turnout read Magni of the Wisconsin election. Commissioners with a son WTMJ limited roll through some of these questions, we make sure people know what they have to vote where do they find their polling place? If they're not sure how can they do that? So we have a great website. It's my vote dot W I dot gov. And if you go to that website, you can just putting your address, and it'll tell you where you're pulling places if you're you at this point, you should be registered to vote if you're not that's okay. You can still register in the clerk. Office or at the at polling place on election day, but you can also putting your name and your date of birth. And it will also show you where you're pulling places as well. There's really two ways to look it up there. If you're not someone who's got access easy access to a computer. Call your municipal clerk's office at at your city hall, and they'd be happy to tell you as well, if you're registered, and you wanna make sure you're able to vote what will you need on election day, have you show up at the polling place. So what you're going to need is photo ID and most people have the ID that they need Wisconsin. The biggest ones are a driver license or state ID card, but there's a number of others that also work, including veterans ID's military, ID's, US, passports, tribal ID's, if you recently became a citizen, you've got naturalization papers that actually have your photo on them. And then the other one big issue. One is student ID's some student ID's will work others. Don't. The they need to have a name, and obviously a name as well as a picture. But then also they have to have an issue date on them, and some other things some of the larger universities have issued special ID's separate from like, the regular ID's that, you know, have that you can use to pay for meals and things, but they've issued separate ideas for students just for voting, right? Read for people who are going to head to the polls on November six give us one tip one thing they should think about to make sure their experiences, easy and efficient. Well, I would say one thing.
"larger university" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"And I'm Diane Thompson, our top local story at five thirty and explosion at a house in Boyle heights leaves a man with critical burn injuries happened just afternoon on south Lorena street. Neighbors said it sounded like an earthquake the house sustained severe structural damage and has been red tagged. Captain, Eric Scott tells KNX the arson unit. The fire department got to work quickly. They are the best of the best they comb through debris. They look at burn patterns. They determine exactly what is a causes explosion. They're working very close with our friends in Los Angeles. Police department fire crews rescued two dogs that were inside the home orange coast college in Orange County will become the only community college in southern California with on campus. Housing spokesman Juan Gutierrez tells KNX part of the reason is the affordable housing crisis. That goes to keep steady for five years and to be below market value so students really see a value in this digital benefits. Are they'll be on campus? We're going to expand our resources to be a twenty four seven campus, which includes food service library hours computers public safety that'll help community college students get the immersive experience that the larger universities offer. It's an eighty four million dollar projects. College hopes to have the dorms ready for students by the fall of twenty twenty students who were defrauded by Carinthian colleges are getting some much needed support from California's attorney general as they fight for federal student loan relief. The now defunct Carinthian colleges like the thousands of students about job placement rates and under the Obama administration students who were defrauded were promised full federal student loan relief. Unfortunately with secretary of education, Betsy DeVos at the helm at the US department of education. We have seen her turn back the clock, and we have seen her turn her back on our students. Attorney general heavier Sarah says the department of education now only wants to provide partial relief to students. So he's going to bat for them. We're filing a friend of the court brief in the ninth circuit challenging secretary. Devos has failed. Failure to provide relief to these students several other attorneys general have signed onto the brief as well as they believe the students who were do deserve full debt. Relief Cooper, Ronald KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio the FDA approved a record breaking number of generic drugs. Butts in industry expert tells KNX many of them will never make to the market. It's the second straight.
"larger university" Discussed on KOMO
"Nine seven five six six six phone's ringing off the hook bringing them until we get a winter guard. I have no idea. This might be the first time. I don't even have a clue when it comes to. What that song was? Oh, man. All right. Let's stick with some music. What makes college football? So different than pro football. How about a marching band? Of course. Komo's Bill Schwartz says U dub fans will see and hear a giant size marching band tonight at husky stadium. I played French horn in it. My son played his trumpet in it is the university of Washington's ever popular high school band day longest running band of its benefits combined in the nation. There's some that had maybe started a little bit earlier than ours. We've been going through sixty six years, husky marching band director Brad mcdavid in charge of his twenty fifth high school band day. Four in this case with a seven thirty kickoff high school band night. This is one of the latest band as we've got a fair number of bands that are not going to try and drive on that later rights are gonna stop off at the hotel where or there's a few camps in the area. To catch ferries, but they'll be some injuries. Had to make some special agents from this year since essentially mcdavid primary mission for three thousand musicians. Cheer and flag. Pearlers performing at halftime. Don't go by what you hear. They want to make sure everybody can see conductor and that way, we don't have to take things jokingly referred to as BanDai. Tippin words, really dreadfully slow playing in front of seventy thousand football fans are very cool experience for high school students had a huge U dub recruiting tool. I. For kids that are just thinking about going to a larger university for the first time. Coming to the U dub, this introduces the U dub to them. And that's why it's a special event for the kids in so many different ways tonight song list, the combination of patriotic and popular, by the way, fellas. Grad mcdavid just welcomed eighty new musicians to a one week full on husky band camp. Getting ready for their first performances members of the husky marching band. I'm Bill Schwartz on the home of the huskies. It's no, KOMO news. Oh,.
"larger university" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"And you discover that your feet are exceleron getting faster than your head is if you were otherwise still alive when the started to happen to you it would stretch your body out until it ripped into pieces and then those pieces would get stretched and ripped into smaller and smaller pieces until you're just kind of a wet carbon particle jelly streaming through toward a point of infinite density also worth noting if you did a cannonball into the singularity than all of this would happen but i not sure that has any impact on anybody's decision making oh it has a lot of impact somebody should work that up that that should be a paper yeah i would the body react i in as a side note you might have heard me mention smaller black holes here why why did i mention smaller black holes it's kind of counter intuitive but actually smaller black holes will tend to kill you faster through title forces than larger black holes will a much larger black hole actually has a more gentle gradient of gravity acceleration but so we've been imagining a one type of way of picturing this awesome event the what it's like to pass into a black hole one of the things that i wanna think about is once you're within the event horizon of a black hole does it even make sense to talk about you falling into the black hole to talk about you and the black hole as separate objects if you can literally never leave no matter what you are no longer an entity separate from the black hole itself you are part of the black hole and the black hole is you that's true like you're no long a denizen of the the larger university or denizen at that particular black hole and arguably a part of it substance yeah so maybe a maybe a more transcendent way of thinking about it would be say okay when you fall into a black hole it doesn't just kill you you get to become it consolation price yeah all right on that note we're gonna take a break when we come back we will discuss more of the mysteries and wonders within the black hole our world is full of the unexplainable mysterious events unusual objects and people who defy tiny little categories that make us feel safe i'm erin minke most days i'm writing and producing the hit podcast lor now i'm opening the doors of my own virtual room of wonder with aaron mckie's cabinet of curiosities every tuesday and thursday you'll get a guided tour through some of the most bizarre corners of history from unexplainable moments and coincidences to people and objects that have come with unusual backstories consider this your invitation visit apple podcasts dot com slash curiosities today to.
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"University of utah smokefree what really we'll be tobaccofree about eighteen hundred universities across the united states have gone completely tobacco free university of utah is joining those numbers and will officially become a tobaccofree place starting in july so far the response within the eu community has been overlooked all positive you know this is a change for our larger university community so there are always going to be growing pains with that with changing initiatives like this but overall the response has been positive the mandate will pro will prohibit smoking and the use of any tobacco products so the on campus grounds at any time bathing going that's going are it says the university's not requiring anyone to quit the use of tobacco products the intention is to promote healthy lifestyles throughout the u i i don't think he'd been able smoke in buildings for no but just sitting outside now you can't have a cigarette they can't even make a couple of desert smoking areas or something that's just that's too far the trump administration last year reinstated and expanded a rule banning family planning clinics that get aid money from the united states from performing abortions or even discussing abortion with their patients can't even say the words often called the global gag rule it's led to clinic closures and reductions in crucial services around the world and the increase and an increase in abortions it's led to an increase in abortions around the world the white house is reportedly considering mass domestic gag rule that would essentially apply the restrictions of the global rule to providers that receive federal title ten funds which helped low income patients get services like contraceptive counseling testing for sexually transmitted infections.
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"Movie that has not been picked up for distribution as far as i know but it's really cool as a prospect this low budget science fiction movie directed by chris caldwell and zeke earl and it reminds me of dunkin jones's moon in that it's this very scrappy small character different scifi movie that never feels cheap in never feel small it just feels like it's taking advantage of has to to tell a story he wants to tell and the basic gist is that this husband his father and daughter team of minors by by sophie thatcher and j plus venture to this alien moon to mind for the strange alien organism that creates these precious stones then meet a drifter on the planet play pedro pascal from game of thrones and things go very wrong and people start dying and it's being this survival story where these mismatched characters must try to survive on this hostile planet and get off this moon maybe with some money maybe not without any money maybe just their lives and it's in terms of story it's very straightforward there's no surprises here in terms of actual onetwothree narrative of it but the world on display is really impressive the movie looks really good as amazing caution design and through color correction in minor visual effects these forests seems that they shot in look like an alien planet and very effectively the film uses lots of dialogue and discussion to paint the larger university so while you never see other planets characters eluded them and talk about them and casually mentioned things that kind of break your magic nation wide open and i was at this movie wanting comic books and wanting a sequel isn't wanting tv shows based purely i'm i was imagining not what i was seeing as it's a very special movie i really hope somebody picks up and puts it in theaters and i'm very interested in that.
"larger university" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann
"See that as a romance and it's and you think it's going to be about this woman grieving but then it gets very cosmic and metaphysical and it gets bigger about our life honor that's why that's why i thought it was appropriate for ashwin because it does engage these more spiritual themes about continuation and two that we shall return to then gets then gets re purposed into a larger university so i thought it engaged all those ideas in a very beautiful and touching could see hornets as hands i'm like i'm like one of those arden animations speaks italian seen her way through it so that's two third was wings of desire remember movie that one just it gets into the romance it gets into the big stuff it gets into the hard stuff and the sad stuff in the happy seven it's all there and i love it love role great yeah so happy valentine's day we rep of holy land i wanna give a shout out i met a kid at black panther called benjamin pry he's my you know of course well he's our one of our finest colleagues minutes i are you arch campbell i listened to your podcast it's a fan of ours know maybe we'll i'd love to have a home yes paul you have to make a deal with the weather cancel what the summer spring he's fantastic the movies are more his speed the summer very incredibly bright when he's at a screening i always sit next to him because he's really fun to sit with.
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"And children of chief deputy jimmy white's has twenty five year old gregory church junior and 24yearold crystal thomas both of mullins are accused of child abuse investigation it feel painting a and we do expect more church the baby boy was found unresponsive last friday early reports indicated the boy had brain hemorrhaging damaged retinas broken bones and severely damaged tongue and lips larger university had football coach doc holidays as he assuming thoughts and prayers to redshirt freshmen player larry aaron the her defensive lama was shot in the back at a new year's eve house party near baltimore maryland arrenged mother tells the huntington harrell dispatch he has no feeling in his legs because the bullet went into his spine she's earn was not part of a fight that led to the shots ringing out marion county native rich rodriguez needs new job today rodriguez a former west virginia university had football coach was fired from his head coach job at the university of arizona tuesday university officials say his cannon comes amid concerns about the direction and climate of a wildcat football programme those concerns they say came during an investigation into allegations of sexual harassment against rodriguez from a former administrative assistant those claims were not substantiated arizona president robert robin set in on his own statement which you can read this morning at wv metronews dot com rich rug says he cooperated with the investigation into what he calls baseless false claims arizona finished the 2017 football's these old record of seven and six after a loss to purdue in the foster farms bowl rodriguez led the wildcats for six seasons the north marion high school graduate was hired there a year after he was fired at michigan elsewhere lender is seeking the dismissal of a second bankruptcy filing from mountain blue hotel group the owner of the financially troubled hilton garden in in morgantown the lenders claim is that the bankruptcy filing was made in bad faith to avoid foreclosure metronews statewide correspondent brad mcelhinney has the full story a wv metro news dot com.
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"Hundred pound six seventy ended reisenweber's volk boise state is always well i dunno if it's always going to be a small school but compared to the larger universities compared to the university of oregon compared oregon state washington state university of washington is going to be smaller than those universities it's going to be right now the population population break isn't so much there population differences is there uh to justify larger university but people are coming now not just for the sports in a number of people in eagle number of people in meridian number of people in boise have managed to move up here a lot of people wanna know how the schools are a lot of people wanna know how the programmes are in boise state has grown every single year in one way shape or form so i want to continue this it's not a love note you don't have to like the guy you don't have to you don't you don't have to love the guy you don't have to hate the guy but what grade do you give bob crust bob kuster who announced his retirement today from boise state get more of your grades when we come back testing with fifty thousand watts of power nate shelman live in mogo mogul six seventy kboi may germany or for heralds auto body and if you know me you know i love my car and heralds auto body the entire team and heralds did a great job taking out all the scratches all the little dealings and dense in my baby she looks great they can do the same for you if you've been in an accident or you just want some.
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"And needs to cases where there was no dna to pass but we were able to find new evidence of innocence that resulted in the conviction overturned in the clients been released and so i knew that there was a very significant problem with rafah convictions in michigan and it if dna project we're not going attached the vast majority of these cases because there isn't dna in the vast majority of these cases organizations such as the innocence project focus on dna based exonerations but false conviction still occurs and cases where there isn't any dna to test so the the first wave of innocence project on the country were just exclusively dna based so they they would only pay cases in which they were being aided tasked and the great majority of those cases are rate pages because that's the crime for which the perpetrators likely to leave behind biological evident but that means while we learn from the dna cases is all the way in which wrongful convictions happen um and no spain causes happen whether or not there happens to be dna in the case and so there's a a much larger university of cases out there in which there is no being aided taspen perhaps there's other new evidence we can find their wild exonerate the person david moran founded the michigan innocence clinic in two thousand nine to address this need for non dna wrongful convictions well where a student clinic so we have typically during the school year we have in the low twenty number of students who work on cases we do massive amounts of screening most to our work is screening is trying to find the ones that we take our current screening ratios about one inaugurate so we we take about one out of every one hundred cases that we review for possible representation and we've taken since the quake opened in two thousand nine we've taken a about thirty five cases i think something like that and we have one mouse sixteen them we went final victories in sixteen of them and.
"larger university" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"I mean i think it has potential to be a mess we're talking about tens if not hundreds of thousands of documents released on line all at the same time millions of people around the world trying to get access to them when the national archives tried to much smaller reached lease of these documents over the summer their website went down that we couldn't downloaded anything for days we're talking about a much larger university of documents tomorrow let's see if the technology holds up and the earlier release early this summer was something like four hundred documents four hundred pages of material how do we know the number of pages of material or the number of documents are going to release tomorrow we do so four hundred over the summer thirty one hundred documents tomorrow we've never seen before and on top of that thirty thousand documents that had been released previously in heart that will be released in full so we can tens of thousands if not hundreds of thousands of pages did the national archives have choice in terms of the way they released these things could they have release these things in a more staggered or organized or curated way or does the law require them to just dump it all at once tomorrow we know that earlier this year the archives to talk about releasing all these documents in batches over the course of the year which will do to bring a much better way of doing that shortly for researchers anybody trying to make sense of this material the band in that plan i think because the white house couldn't make a decision about which documents they might hold back i still don't know if they've made that decision into in terms of the decisions that have been made over the years about what documents to hold back and the fact that those documents previously held back will be released tomorrow what should we expect in terms of the types of documents the types of information that's been previously retained that's now going to be relased released what new are we likely to see in terms of the types of government information we hadn't previously had access to.
"larger university" Discussed on KTRH
"In the meantime a city of houston mandatory evacuation orders still the facts for flooded homes of the area near the four from highway sixty guests nour on the east and from high i tend to bryer forest on the south the army corps of engineers are starting to reduce the amount of water that their releasing from the addicts and barker dams they say this will help floodwaters a further recede colonel mars that are strum galveston district commander says the core of engineers is deleted with an unprecedented amount of rain we had water that had gone author of the land of the government owns but we had never inundated anyone's homes prior to this year and the more than seventy years of these structures operations the core originally released water from the dam's last week to prevent uncontrollable flooding downstream in buffalo bio alah congressmen that kevin brady was in houston yesterday as and he spoke to us just a few hours ago he said that there are various ways that congress can help harbi victims by means of tax laws the path cleaner rida and i congress come forward to help make worth it her family your volvo unlimited careful deduct raising the limit could degenerate giving people actor and olry creek or their retirement out i am cologne's career retirement count bill congress gets back to work this week ktrh news time 1204 three on the eve of president trump's announcement regarding the daca program impacting those who are brought to the country illegally as children the president of one larger university is tried to comfort worried students in a letter written to students the university of southern california's school presidency alumax nicky as calls is a difficult time for the country and campus he says struggling with issues of diversity inclusion in citizenship in the letter he issuers students who are covered under doc at a u s e will not share their records without a court order and will provide free legal support any immigration clinics nicky as telling students and other university presidents across the country are deeply concerned about the adverse impact daca changes could have on students alex stone abc news los angeles the astros get their fifth win of the road last night in seattle 62.