Course Leader, Jennifer Good, gives an overview of studying BA (Hons) Photojournalism and Documentary Photography at London College of Communication. To find out more about the course, visit the course page at https://bit.ly/2Vfd7Ah.If you need any more information about London College of Communication or any of the courses and services we offer, please email our Information Centre at email@example.com.__ Webinar chapters __ 0:00 – Welcome UAL: London College of Communication01:49 – Dr Jennifer Good02:29 – Why London College of Communication?03:37 – Six Colleges, One University04:02 – Media SchoolCourse overview04:39 – BA (Hons) Photojournalism and Documentary Photography07:02 – Who studies BA (Hons) Photojournalism and Documentary Photography?08:05 – Studying at University10:17 – Blended Learning14:07 – Course Diagram16:01 – Facilities17:03 – Specialist Facilities and EquipmentStaff Expertise20:01 – Jess Crumbie, Co-Course Leader22:16 – Jennifer Good, Co-Course Leader23:51 – Roy Mehta, Senior Lecturer24:36 – Alexia Singh, Senior Lecturer25:21 – Vicki Thornton, Senior Lecturer26:46 – David Birkin, Senior LecturerStudent Experience27:36 – Collaboration29:30 – Connected to Industry31:01 – Student Work33:37 – Graduate Stories34:25 – Portfolio36:23 – Personal StatementQ & A37:09 – Questions
Speaking at a rally in Richmond for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe, former President Obama wondered why Republicans are focusing so much time and energy on election and voting rules. “You have to ask yourself, why is it Republicans don’t want you to vote? What is it that they’re so afraid of?””If they think they’ve got better ideas why don’t they just go make the case? Tell us your ideas. Tell us why you think they’re going to be better,” he said. BARACK OBAMA, FORMER PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: All across the country, Democrats are trying to make it easier to vote, not make it harder to vote. And push back on Republicans who are trying to systemically prevent ordinary citizens from making their voices heard. Just this past week, some of you probably saw every Democrat in the Senate supported a bill that would protect the right to vote and ban partisan gerrymandering and reduce the influence of dark money in our politics.Every Democrat voted for it. Every Republican voted against it. Which, by the way, this is a little bit of an aside, but you have to ask yourself, why is it Republicans don’t want you to vote? What is it that they’re so afraid of? You know, I would assume, Terry, if they think they’ve got better ideas why don’t they just go make the case? Tell us your ideas. Tell us why you think they’re going to be better.Tell us how it’s going to help that man get a job or help that young person go to college or help that person get a trade. Just explain it, and if you’ve got good ideas, people will flock to your ideas, but that’s not what they try to do. Instead, you’re trying to rig elections. Because the truth is, people disagree with your ideas and when that doesn’t work, you start fabricating lies and conspiracy theories about the last election. The one you didn’t win. That’s not how democracy’s supposed to work.(CHEERS AND APPLAUSE)OBAMA: Our democracy is what makes America great. It’s what makes us the shining city on the hill. This extraordinary experiment in self- government and protecting that and preserving that, that shouldn’t be a partisan issue. It didn’t used to be. So that’s what Terry and Democrats everywhere are focused on.So let’s shift for a moment to what Terry’s opponent is running on.(CROWD BOOS)OBAMA: Don’t boo. Vote. Booing doesn’t do nothing. Booing might make you feel better, but it’s not going to get Terry elected. Vote. Now, so don’t boo. I want you to get fired up inside and then go vote.
Pellissippi’s third Vaccinate and Educate Fair will be on Monday. It is free and open to the public.
There’s good news for students from Calarts, Ringling College of Art & Design, Cleveland Institute of Art, and France’s MoPA.
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The Minnesota State High School League made a big decision Tuesday morning regarding the future of boys volleyball in high schools.
Photos of the students and visitors at the Boydton Institute. The main campus building used by both Randolph-Macon College and the Boydton Institute and that the Old Brunswick Circuit Foundation is working to preserve is in the background of many of these photos. These photos are from the Joseph Reed Hoffman Photography Collection courtesy of the William L. Clement Library, University of Michigan.
Redskins defensive backs Josh Norman and Landon Collins both have ties to the organization and wanted to celebrate the achievements of all of the winners, which were announced at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday night.
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