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Mark Pritchard

With a prolific career that spans over two decades, Mark Pritchard has certainly ‘been there, done that’ – musically. The UK-born, Sydney-based producer’s credits not only cross genres, but in several cases, have inspired fresh directions within them. 359 more words

Music

"But What About The Soup?" Reactions To The Invention Of The Telegraph

The invention of the first successful commercially viable electrical Telegraph in 1838 required a colossal shift in perception for the masses, who were accustomed to a world in which information flows were material and visible. 106 more words

University

Ambient Elders: Tipping the Hat to Three Musical Forefathers

Today we take a look back in time to three different artists or groups who helped shape minimalist, ambient and chillout music into the world it stands as today.All of these artists had/have been active for at least twenty years. 460 more words

History

Day 1

Breakfast in the Grotto was followed by a quick introduction to the program and a welcome from the Dean of Students at Franklin University. We went on a tour, led by a current Franklin student, around campus. 215 more words

Grad School

Let the Adventure Begin!

By Stephanie Smith

CCI Professional-in-Residence, Global Initiatives

Quite a few people have asked me what excites me the most about spending a portion of the summer in Chengdu, China. 299 more words

5 Reasons why native speakers should learn how to use English internationally

Are you a native speaker? Do you often get misunderstood in meetings where there are many people who speak English as a second language? Why are you being misunderstood? 100 more words

ELT

Event Recap: U.S. Ambassador to the UK Matthew Barzun Discusses Networks & Engagement in Public Diplomacy

In an insightful and entertaining session on March 24th, U.S. Ambassador to the UK Matthew Barzun discussed the importance of engagement and networks in public diplomacy. 456 more words

Public Diplomacy