- published: 07 Nov 2015
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*Correction: The Facebook and Wordpress logos in the video should be switched around. Interview with FemSoc representative Francesca Collins. Please Like/Share/Comment Below the video and Subscribe to our channel for more content. Contact info/channel links below: Email: email@example.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/NOTA_Network Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/notanetwork WordPress: https://notanetwork2015.wordpress.com/ Discussion with an officer from the University of Bristol Feminist Society (FemSoc) on 4/11/15 about whether it would be right to "no platform" Milo Yiannopoulos from a talk on 20/11/15 at the University of Bristol. Bristol FemSoc want to "no platform" him because they believe his views violate the university's "safe space" policy. This conversation had ...
Highlights here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mfP7BqAtLEs Full debate here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uyQWY5Wdec0 http://www.breitbart.com/tech/2015/12/01/bristol-university-celebrates-victory-over-campus-crazies/ Thanks to the University of Bristol Journalism Society and Rebecca Reid for having me. https://twitter.com/Nero https://www.facebook.com/myiannopoulos/ http://www.breitbart.com/author/milo-yiannopoulos/ http://yiannopoulos.net/tour/
This is the same talk that I gave in my inaugural lecture at Kingston, spiced by some exchanges with some of the Bristol University economics staff. I cover a realist alternative to the "Lucas Critique" argument that macro models must be developed from microfoundations, explain my model of Minsky, and show that it is empirically supported by the qualitative data of capitalism's two big booms and busts--1920-1940 and 1990 till today.
The University of Bristol has received its largest ever philanthropic gift to support the creation of its new Temple Quarter Enterprise Campus in the heart of the city. The £10 million gift is being made by Bristol alumnus Hugh Sloane and the Sloane Robinson Foundation, which he founded with his business partner George Robinson. Image credit: City Design Group (3D fly-through) and Richard Carman & City Design Group (Artists impressions). Thanks to Bristol City Council. #Bristol #University #Bite_Size_Psych #Lucy_Wood #jimmy0010 #Born_For_Entrepreneurs
While showing our Fuchsia's at the BFS S/Western National show nr Bristol we visited the Bristol M.E Society.We had a great afternoon riding the tracks,talking to the members who made us very welcome.Thanks guys.
Sorry for the delay, but yesterday turned out to be busier than I'd thought. We should expect another delay next week, because I have to go around making some visits. Sorry for that. This week, we have the teams from Trinity College, Cambridge playing against the Bristol University. Despite all of the expectations, this match fizzled. Original air date 24.7.2017
A collage of some of the things the society has taken part in and achieved this year :)
2006 Redgrave Theatre, Bristol - Dress rehearsal Director: Steve Woolley Musical Director: John Pitts This is Act 1. Find Act 2 here: https://youtu.be/dY3D-dLK0sA Arrangement for small band (8/9 players - 8 plus optional trumpet 2 to play throughout in pit except on stage during Peers' chorus) by John Pitts - available to hire from www.johnpitts.co.uk/gands.htm Filmed by Blakeney Productions Ltd
The annual face-off between two of the biggest law societies in the UK. This year the BLS wins 4 - 1 against the UBLC. *Kindly sponsored by Burges Salmon* SCORES: Mooting: BLS 0-1 UBLC Debating: BLS 2-1 UBLC Netball: BLS 42-17 UBLC Touch Rugby: BLS 3-2 UBLC Football: BLS 1-0 UBLC
tail of HTV MV documentary at start - full doc is here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VVAq1YRK0RI What is the Society of Merchant Venturers? http://www.merchantventurers.org/whatis.html The Society's origins are unclear, but it seems to have emerged from a 14th century cabal of powerful traders in Bristol - probably the same people that financed John Cabot's voyage across the Atlantic to 'discover' Newfoundland. The Society was officially established in 1552 to control, protect and promote trade in the city. During the 18th century its members made huge profits and amassed enormous fortunes from slavery, playing a key role in the trade that brought up to 20 million Africans across the Atlantic in conditions so cramped and unhygienic that half of a boat's human cargo often died en rou...