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In this Film Courage video interview, Hollyshorts Film Festival Co-Founder Daniel Sol talks about making short films in today’s online landscape, submitting to festivals, and other filmmaking tips for filmmakers making short films.
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In 1858, Minnesota was admitted to the Union. Its constitution declared that “there shall be neither slavery nor involuntary servitude in the state.” Thus, Minnesota joined the ranks of 16 other free states in a nation that also included 15 states where the slavery of African Americans was legal. Only three years later, Minnesotans would be among the first to answer the call to fight in a bloody Civil War, a war that would settle the matter of slavery, yet leave much work undone—work that continues today, as America still seeks to fulfill the promise of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness guaranteed to all.
In this look back at Minnesota’s 150 years of statehood, we recall some of the milestones that have marked the struggle for human rights in our state. It’s an epic story, a blockbuster, with twists and turns and fascinating characters—and it’s still being written. It’s a story to which we all can still contribute, but to do so, we need to know what’s happened so far.
A grad school-bound student discusses her graduate school choices for physics
Hundred Year Journey is a feature-length historical documentary which moves through the century of Lee University’s existence with colorful dramatic recreations, interviews, and meaningful insights into the institution’s development.
UNC Board of Governors Meeting: Strategic Priorities Discussion
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Inspired by her favorite children’s story, Dr. Cassia Portugal, CEO of First Choice Pediatrics, designed her sixth medical location to look like a castle. When First Choice needed financial help to purchase the land and construct the building, it turned to Wells Fargo for help obtaining a Small Business Administration loan.
See how Wells Fargo helped the business expand, and discover more stories at Wells Fargo Stories: www.wellsfargo.com/stories
Here’s the video you’ve all been requesting: how I got a full tuition merit scholarship to Vanderbilt, 2/3rds to Johns Hopkins, 2/3rds to WashU, & smaller ones to UC Berkeley and UCLA (+ half to full to Emory if the scholar weekends hadn’t overlapped)! I hope you guys find this video helpful and that it encourages you to apply to merit scholarships (because you totally should!!)
list of schools: https://blog.prepscholar.com/colleges-with-full-ride-scholarships