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Pacific Lutheran University Pacific Lutheran University
Recorded on July 7, 2020
Pacific Lutheran University Pacific Lutheran University
Staff and faculty members from all over campus share a bit of friendly advice with PLU's Class of 2020. #PLUgrads
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Pacific Lutheran University athletics staff says thank you to retiring Athletic Director Laurie Turner for her hard work and dedication to the Lutes over her 15-year tenure.
Pacific Lutheran University Pacific Lutheran University
Welcome to PLU! Some of our staff and faculty share what they love about the Lute community.
LuteAthletics LuteAthletics
At the annual Pacific Lutheran University awards dessert, the Lute Athletics Staff gave retiring Athletic Director Laurie Turner a final farewell followed by Turner's final speech to the student-athletes and coaches.
Pacific Lutheran University Pacific Lutheran University
PLU Education professor Paul Sutton speaks with Elmer Dixon, the co-founder of Seattle’s Black Panther Party. In this interview Dixon shares stories of his time in high school as an organizer of the Black Student Union and his experiences as a co-founder (along with his brother Aaron Dixon) of the Seattle Black Panther Party. This conversation is especially timely and insightful given our current climate in the US along with the themes present in this year’s Common Reading book “The Hate U Give” by Angie Thomas. Dixon was born in Chicago in 1950 to his mother who was a Chicago-native and his father who was born in Kentucky and served in the Army. He and his family moved to Seattle at the age of 7 where he grew up in the Central District of Seattle and more specifically the Madrona neighborhood. Dixon was exposed to an extremely diverse environment from a young age. He attended Garfield High School and says his experience there set the foundation for his work both with the Black Panther Party and as a Diversity & Inclusion Consultant.
Pacific Lutheran University Pacific Lutheran University
PLU Education professor Paul Sutton speaks with Elmer Dixon, the co-founder of Seattle’s Black Panther Party. In this interview Dixon shares stories of his time in high school as an organizer of the Black Student Union and his experiences as a co-founder (along with his brother Aaron Dixon) of the Seattle Black Panther Party. This conversation is especially timely and insightful given our current climate in the US along with the themes present in this year’s Common Reading book “The Hate U Give” by Angie Thomas. Dixon was born in Chicago in 1950 to his mother who was a Chicago-native and his father who was born in Kentucky and served in the Army. He and his family moved to Seattle at the age of 7 where he grew up in the Central District of Seattle and more specifically the Madrona neighborhood. Dixon was exposed to an extremely diverse environment from a young age. He attended Garfield High School and says his experience there set the foundation for his work both with the Black Panther Party and as a Diversity & Inclusion Consultant.
LuteAthletics LuteAthletics
PLU junior Hannah Wisti interviewed senior men's basketball Blake Uyehara about how he's keeping in shape during quarantine and what he misses most about being on campus.
Pacific Lutheran University Pacific Lutheran University
Physical Fridays on the PLU Community Channel In the final episode of Physical Fridays, Assistant Athletic Director for Recreation Rob Thompson wishes everyone a fun summer and takes a look back at this past academic year's intramural champions. #PhysicalFridays #Intramurals #Summer ********** Apply: https://www.plu.edu/apply Visit: https://www.plu.edu/visit Request more info: https://www.plu.edu/request-info Pacific Lutheran University purposefully integrates the liberal arts, professional studies and civic engagement in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. With distinctive international programs and close student-faculty research opportunities, PLU helps its 3,100 students from all faiths and backgrounds discern their life’s vocation through coursework, mentorship and internships at world-class Puget Sound-area businesses and institutions.
Pacific Lutheran University Pacific Lutheran University
In this episode, hosts Angie Hambrick (PLU's Associate Vice President of Diversity, Justice and Sustainability) and Jennifer Smith (PLU's Dean of Inclusive Excellence) discuss their summer plans and announce that Diversity Deep Dive will return in a few weeks after taking a short break. #Diversity #Justice #SummerBreak ********** Apply: https://www.plu.edu/apply Visit: https://www.plu.edu/visit Request more info: https://www.plu.edu/request-info Pacific Lutheran University purposefully integrates the liberal arts, professional studies and civic engagement in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. With distinctive international programs and close student-faculty research opportunities, PLU helps its 3,100 students from all faiths and backgrounds discern their life’s vocation through coursework, mentorship and internships at world-class Puget Sound-area businesses and institutions.
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This lecture is an introduction to Blocking New Entrance and Border Patrols as a part of the Masters in Business Administration program a PLU.
Pacific Lutheran University Pacific Lutheran University
Time Stamps: 180 degree system, 0:32 Changing cutting conventions, 2:24 Jurassic Park continuity errors, 4:42 Continuity in POV editing, 6:46 Continuity in crosscutting, 7:38 Continuity in montage, 8:37 Discontinuities can be good, 10:27 Case study: The Room (2003), 11:42 Is anything new?, 13:22 Wrap up, 14:37 References: David Bordwell, "Intensified Continuity Revisited," Observations on Film Art, blog, May 27, 2007 Students Read: David Bordwell, Kristin Thompson, and Jeff Smith, “Chapter 6: Editing,” Film Art: An Introduction, 11th edition (McGraw-Hill Education, 2016) [Part 2]
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Time Stamps: Editing overview, 0:23 Activity: In the Mood for Love (2000), 1:36 Graphic relations, 5:12 Rhythmic relations, 7:27 Spatial relations, 8:53 Temporal relations, 11:58 The long take, 13:36 Cutting too much (!), 15:14 Wrap up, 15:48 References "Alfred Hitchcock's Seven Minute Editing Master Class," OpenCulture, 2013 Shirley Li, "How Hollywood Became Obsessed With De-aging Its Stars," The Atlantic, December 2019 Girish Shambu, "Hidden Histories: The Story of Women Film Editors," Criterion, September 2019 Zach Sharf, "'Bohemian Rhapsody': How to Fix a 'Masterclass In Bad Editing'," IndieWire, March 2019 Fandor: "The Graphic Match Cut," "The False Long Take," "Thank You For Not Cutting (Part 1)" David Bordwell, Kristin Thompson, and Jeff Smith, “Chapter 6: Editing,” Film Art: An Introduction, 11th edition (McGraw-Hill Education, 2016) [Part 1]

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