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2013 Video Contest
Displaying 91-100 of 107 results.
My Biggest Dream
My video is about where I am now, where I come from, and where I am going. After telling a little about what is happening in my current life, the video captures a woman who has been motivating me all the time. Then, the video talks about my biggest dream...
Act One: Equal Rights
Morocco, a modern Muslim country with its relatively lax censorship system, will permit people to gain a new perspective by allowing them to not only learn about the country through a class but by actually being there. It would be an amazing opportunity to stay with and learn from the...
My Dream Volunteering
My video illustrates my desire to volunteer in a kindergarten in St. Louis Senegal through Projects Abroad. I have dreamed about volunteering in a kindergarten or an orphanage abroad for a long time. In Senegal, I wish to stay for 6 to 8 weeks, working along side teachers...
During my stay in Europe, I plan on exploring several countries. This would include Germany, Switzerland, France, Italy, and a few others. I plan on staying with friends and family to get a local perspective on traditional foods. While I am studying at the university, I plan on focusing on...
Twilight Zone: Media Edition
My study abroad trip will be in London. My video shows a narrative tale of why I have decided to study abroad in London. Discussing topics of sexual exploitation of women in media, stereotypes of black people in film and the generalization of the bitter black woman.
Shine as a Diamond
When carbon can be changed to diamond by pressure, why not a student be successful by pressure.
Want to Experience my Hometown
Hi, my name is Sang Ah Roh. I’m Korean and my parents are both Korean but I born in Brazil. I went to Korea 6months after I born in Brazil and I grew up in Korea during my childhood and came back to Brazil when I was 11 years old....
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