Three Homesick EKU Students Visit Richmond Church of Christ – Richmond, KY

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Three homesick and hungry EKU students visit the Richmond Church of Christ and find a home away from home.

Less than 1 mile from the EKU campus. We hope you’ll find us to be one of the most welcoming churches in Richmond, KY.

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AMEZSA students at the Trinity theological seminary with Rev Anthony Mensah.

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Rev Anthony Mensah bishop administrative officer of the east Ghana conference of the A.M.E Zion church addressing the students during the handover and induction services of the new executives at the Trinity theological seminary Legion.

Vet Tech Catheter Demonstration

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Vet Tech demonstrates a catheter on a canine.
Minnesota School of Business Rochester.

Rochester Campus of Minnesota School of Business: Map & Directions

Minnesota School of Business’s Rochester

2521 Pennington Dr. NW
Rochester, MN 55901
Phone: 507-536-9500
Toll-free: 1-888-662-8772
Fax: 507-535-8011
Directions to the Rochester campus
Take the 55th Street NW exit from US-52 and go east. Turn right on East Frontage Road to Pennington Drive NW.

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We’d love to show you around our Rochester campus and discuss your future. Call 1-877-655-7676 or contact admissions to arrange a tour.

Shit Vet Students Say – SGU SVM Class of 2016

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This is a skit from the Class of 2016 “Sixth Term Slideshow” at St. George’s University, School of Veterinary Medicine in Grenada, West Indies.

Imitated and mocked by the professors of SGU, these are the things that vet students say.

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High School Quiz Show – Andover vs. Foxborough (907)

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It’s Warriors vs. Warriors as Andover High School (last appearing on Season 7) returns to take on newcomer Foxborough High School! There are only two spots left in the quarterfinals – which team of witty Warriors will come out on top?

Toss-up Round: 0:58
Meet the Teams: 9:30
Head-to-Head: 11:14
Category Round: 13:29
Lightning Round: 23:12



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St. Herman Seminary

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A brief look at what life is like for the students and staff of the Orthodox seminary located in Kodiak, Alaska.

Produced and Directed by Lauren Hamlett and Hieromonk Phanourious. Original music by Johanna Chase.

DUKE UNIVERSITY CHAPEL. Durham, N.C. April 18, 2012.

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Duke University Chapel is a chapel located at the center of the campus of Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. It is an ecumenical Christian chapel and the center of religion at Duke, and has connections to the United Methodist Church. Constructed from 1930 to 1932, the Chapel seats about 1,800 people and stands 210 feet (64 m) tall, making it one of the tallest buildings in Durham County. It is built in the Collegiate Gothic style, characterized by its large stones, pointed arches, and ribbed vaults.The tower was heavily inspired by Boston College’s Gasson Hall, which was built 19 years earlier. It also has a 50-bell carillon and three pipe organs, one with 5,033 pipes and another with 6,900 pipes.A conscious decision was made to place the Chapel at the center of the university and on the highest ridge of Duke University’s West Campus. Although plans for a chapel were first made in April 1925, the cornerstone was not laid until 22 October 1930. In fact, when it was completed in 1935 at a cost of $2.3 million, the Chapel was the last of the original buildings to be built on West Campus. It was first used during Commencement in 1932 and was formally dedicated on 2 June 1935. Stained-glass windows and other details were installed at a later date.The chapel was designed by African American Julian Abele, chief designer for the Philadelphia firm of Horace Trumbauer. The current Dean of the Chapel is Samuel Wells.

Deaf Specific Job Fair Comes to Arizona

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For the second year in a row the Arizona Rehabilitation Services Administration hosted a job specifically for Deaf people. They also gave advice on getting a job and preparing for interviews. Take a look at what this means for people after they leave the state.

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Life began to return to normal in Jonesboro, Arkansas, on Monday as students returned to class for the first time since last Tuesday’s killings.

Four students and one teacher were killed in an ambush carried out by two Westside Middle School students.

Preparations are underway for a memorial service to be held for the victims on Tuesday.

This was a first day of school – but a first day entirely different from the joyful return at the beginning of the school year.

It was the first day back for students of Westside Middle School after four of their classmates and a teacher were killed in a schoolyard ambush.

One of the hardest facts to accept after the killings has been that they were allegedly carried out by some of the children’s own classmates.

Monday a few students were reluctant to get out of their parent’s cars and start over again.

Despite the initial reluctance, only 22 children were absent for the day – that’s 10 more than usual.

Students attended their regular classes, easing back into the normal routine despite painful reminders of the tragedy from television crews outside.

The school psychologist said the first day back was a success, and life is slowly returning to normal.

SOUNDBITE: (English)
“I am hearing laughter. I am hearing talking. I am seeing smiles. So it sounds pretty good, it sounds like a middle school.”
SUPER CAPTION: Betty Stockton, School Psychologist

Across town, crews were busy with preparations for a memorial service to be held on Tuesday at Arkansas State University.

Attorney General Janet Reno and Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee plan to attend.

The service’s organiser also planned the memorial service for victims of the Oklahoma City bombing.

SOUNDBITE: (English)
“To me what appears to be the most emotional of the events on the schedule is the principle of the school reading a poem by one of the students that was there that day. That is what is really going to touch everyone.”
SUPER CAPTION: Dan Mahoney, Event Advisor

President Clinton will address the service via a videotaped message from Africa.

The pastor who heads the steering committee for the service said hearing from Clinton will be like hearing from one of their own.

SOUNDBITE: (English)
“We still feel and believe that President Clinton is Arkansan and it is kind of like home folks speaking to us. It also represents to us the national issues that are being raised here, and he represents something that we are not the only ones who are hurt by this – that indeed people are being affected by this all over this world. And we are hoping that he will be able to give us some indication of how we might heal too. So we are thankful for his interest and his sharing with us.”
SUPER CAPTION: Fred Haustein, Senior Pastor First United Methodist Church

Thirteen-year-old Mitchell Johnson and eleven-year-old Drew Golden are accused of gunning down their classmates with stolen weapons.

Ten students were wounded, and five people were killed.

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Carson-Newman University Graduate Winter Commencement – 2014

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Carson-Newman graduated over 40 graduate students in a ceremony held in the sanctuary of Jefferson City’s First Baptist Church. Dr. Bill Blevins, professor emeritus of counseling and 1959 alumnus, addressed the class.

Apologetics Students Call in for Extra Credit | Josh and Jax – Colorado | Atheist Experience 22.09

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The Atheist Experience episode 22.09 for March 11, 2018, with Matt Dillahunty and Jamie.

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CSU Veterinary Students Answer Commonly Asked Questions About Veterinary School

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What is it like to be a veterinary student? These Colorado State DVM students answer common questions about what student life is like in the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences

UW-Madison students support freedom for Muslim singers. What about Christian photographers?

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Everyone agreed that a creative professional should have the foundational freedom to decline work that conflicts with their conscience or beliefs. But, when faced with a situation that goes against current cultural expectations, like a Christian photographer declining to promote a same-sex wedding, the gears start grinding. If a law that forces someone to promote something against their beliefs is so laughable, so unimaginable…then why is it so difficult to extend the same freedom to a Christian creative professional?

Principal Who Harassed LGBT Students Loses Job: May 25 Debrief

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Another state just passed a law restricting same-sex couples from adopting children. Following primaries this week, the next Governor of Texas could be a queer Latina woman. And a federal judge just issued a ruling that could be the end of the line for schools that want to discriminate against trans students.

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