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A Conversation with Mike Schur: “Can Television Make Us Better People?”

[applause]>>[Dean Sarah Mustillo:] Good evening. On behalf of the College of Arts and Letters it’s my pleasure to welcome you here this evening. Michael Schur has been a leader in developing some of the most innovative and hilarious shows on television. He began his career in 1998 writing for Saturday Night Live. Early in his […]

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Hollywood, eh? A behind the scenes look at Vancouver’s film and television industry: David Strasser

Well, hello everyone as I was introduced my name is David and I’m here to make a confession to you that I am an overachiever and Like many of you in the audience, my life has been defined in large part by my pursuit of success But how do you define success? Do you define […]

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🔴 Facebook’s New Business Model – Libra (w/Jalak Jobanputra)

So talking about tokenization taking hold What are your thoughts on? Facebook’s new Crypto point I don’t even know if it’s fair to call it a crypto coin because it isn’t completely decentralized in many ways There’s still a lot of details to be determined here on What? What is decentralized what’s centralized what we […]

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Why Cities Are Where They Are

This is a Wendover Productions video made possible by Squarespace. Make your next move with a beautiful website from Squarespace. The Cumberland valley is home to six towns lying between Hagerstown, Maryland and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania— Greencastle, Chambersburg, Shippensburg, Newville, Carlisle, and Mecanicsburg. What’s exceptional about these small Pennsylvania towns is that they’re each almost exactly […]

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