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Ryu Seong-hie visit: Year of the Film Professionals '14

Wrapping up the Korean Cultural Centre in London’s ‘Year of the Film Professionals‘, production designer Ryu Seong-hie paid us all a visit. In preparation of her arrival, films she’s worked were shown, including  634 more words

London

Interview with Julia K, Trinity University sophomore CS student

What led you to CS? What prompted you to take the intro course last year?

In high school I did a lot of engineering/pre-med stuff, I always knew that I wanted to go into science. 570 more words

Christina M

Relentlessly funny

Talk about practice makes perfect. Look up that phrase in the dictionary, and you’ll probably find a picture of Jackie Chan.

I liked the part about how a similar stunt/scene works better in some of the movies made in Hong Kong because the directors there give him longer to practice and do the scene over and over again until he’s satisfied. 23 more words

Movies

The Apprentice - The Interviews

Let’s be honest. We all watch The Apprentice for this man, don’t we? The terror in a perfectly laundered shirt that is Claude Littner.  Having laid in a plentiful supply of… 734 more words

BBC1

Interview with Dr. Mark Lewis, Trinity University CS professor

How did you get involved with computer science when you were younger? It was when I was young. One of the first home PCs that came out was the TI-99 and this was a small device that had a keyboard, the computer part was built in, and it hooked up to a TV. 1,756 more words

Christina M

The Business of Culture

There is no one-size-fits-all approach to managing the culture of an organization. With an endless amount of variables to consider, navigating the internal and external influences of an organization can often be overwhelming. 268 more words

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People You Should Know: Chris Williams

This week check out the who, what, when, where, and why of local clothing designer Chris Williams. You may have already checked out his LXRD brand, now you get to learn a little more about the man behind it. 237 more words

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