1. This Must Be the Place: Phase I-II


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    Three gents wander far from their home in the cozy Evergreen State on the stereotypical California roadtrip adventure. Follow these degenerates as they trash Track-town USA, get let down in smoggy San Francisco, and turn to Berkeley for relief. This installment features music from LCD Soundsystem, Simon & Garfunkel, and Scott McKenzie; however, the filmmakers in no way made money off of this so lawyers calm yo shit.

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    • Capital Account Promo


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      • Interview with economist Adriana Paolantonio


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        Last week's guest professor was Adriana Paolantonio, lecturer in Economics at the University of Rome “Tor Vergata” and economist for the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. In this clip, she explains the importance of economics--one of the pillars of sustainability--to ensure the success of any development project, including those within the arena of architecture and design.

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        • Economics for Business Lecture 12


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          Measuring the Macroeconomy using balance sheets.

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          • ETV's Stock Market Program: Goods and Services


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            Video 1 of 5. (aspect ratio off))

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            • Sojourners CEO, the Rev. Jim Wallis, on #OccupyWallStreet


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              Last week, Sojourners CEO, the Rev. Jim Wallis, visited with #OccupyWallStreet demonstrators in New York City. "As I listen to them, I recognize what I felt as a young student-activist in the late '60s and early '70s," Wallis said. "I just feel from them what I felt a long time ago, that we're part of something much bigger than us, much larger than us...The visceral feeling [here]is, this could really change things."

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              • Cooperation and Competition - Lecture 4 - 2011


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                The final lecture in the introductory week of the course.

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                • Cooperation and Competition - Lecture 3


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                  The third lecture in the first week of the course.

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                  • Science at FMNH - Ancient Trade and Political Relationships in South America


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                    We continue our discussion with Dr. Ryan Williams to explore his research on trade and political relationships between early states in South America. Science at FMNH is a podcast and video series that explores the behind-the-scenes science, collections and research at Chicago’s Field Museum.

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                    • Visit to Philadelphia University


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                      Philadelphia University was founded in 1884 as the Philadelphia Textile School in the wake of the 1876 Centennial Exposition.The University now has three colleges, including the College of Architecture and the Built Environment; and the College of Science, Health and the Liberal Arts and the College Design, Engineering and Economics with the School of Business Administration and the School of Design & Engineering. I visited University in October 2011 and got lot of new friends and of course a great vision of an outstanding University.

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