I Am NOT A Terrorist! – Mean Kids At School

It was at primary school that I started to wear scarves as I was muslim, and every time I used to go to school, everyone used to make fun of me because I’m a muslim and… “you know those terrorist attacks.” There was this one time where some girl in Continue Reading

How to Overcome Shyness

Because shyness can grip us in such powerful ways, it’s tempting to think of it as an immutable part of our emotional make-up with roots that extend far into our personalities and perhaps biology, and that we would be incapable of ever extirpating. But in truth, shyness is based on Continue Reading

Learn English in 3 Hours – ALL You Need to Master English Conversation

Want To Speak Real English From Your First Lesson? Sign Up for Free Lifetime Account at English Class101.com Want To Speak Real English From Your First Lesson? Sign Up for Free Lifetime Account at English Class101.com Hi, everbody. I’m Alisha and I’m join today by… Michael, hello! Michael, hello And Continue Reading

Welcome to Grand Valley State University

There are many reasons Grand Valley State University attracts the top students from across the country and around the world but they’re best summarized in the school’s straightforward mission of educating students to shape their lives, their professions and their societies. And you come here you obtain a very high Continue Reading

Hardening Vegetable Oils Through Hydrogenation | Organic Chemistry | Chemistry | FuseSchool

We have previously learned that an emulsion is a mixture of two immiscible liquids stabilized by an emulsifier. Margarine is a very good example of an emulsion. In this lesson, we will learn about margarine – what it is, how it is made, and a few key properties. Vegetable oils Continue Reading

Why is there a Hole in the Ozone Layer? | #aumsum

It’s AumSum Time Hi guys. Can you guess the title of my next video? Hurry up. Write your guess in the comments section below. Why is there a hole in the ozone layer? Becasue I punctured it. Alright. Now listen. Normally, an oxygen molecule contains 2 oxygen atoms. But in Continue Reading

Binghamton Welcomes the Class of 2015

Good morning guys, how are you doing? I was deciding between Binghamton and another college and I visited both of them. Spent the weekend here and I was hooked. I made my decision. I didn’t want to go to the other one, turned down the full ride and decided to Continue Reading

Advanced Kiosks: Kiosks in the Church

Religious institutions in the 21st Century understand that streamlined processing, business management systems, and customer service is just as important for non-profit organizations as for retail industries. At Advanced Kiosks we are experienced in creating self-service kiosk solutions that can maximize your ministry. Advanced Kiosks are compatible with all church Continue Reading

Class, Classics, & the Classroom: A Short History of School

Welcome to the Endless Knot! Today, along with a bunch of other YouTubers in the WeCreateEDU group, we’re exploring Education. The word education comes from Latin ex- meaning “out of” and ducere meaning “to lead”, so literally “to lead out of”. Latin educare had the root sense of “to bring Continue Reading

SARTRE ON: Bad Faith

In being and nothingness written in 1943 the French existentialist philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre identified a problem which he believed plagued modern life. Mauvaise Foi, literally “bad faith” Bad faith occurs when we lie to ourselves in order to spare ourselves short term pain, but thereby suffer from long term psychological Continue Reading