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  • Up Close With King Penguins and Elephant Seals

    Jeremy Clark on 22 October 2014, 5:02 pm
    Just above Antarctica, off the island of South Georgia, lies a breeding hot spot for elephant seals and king penguins known as Gold Harbour. Filmmaker Richard Sidey captures incredible raw footage and the natural sound of this wild bounty for part of his series, Speechless. “[W]ith the absence of narrative, the viewer is left to […]
  • This Guy Makes The Scariest Pumpkin Carvings Ever

    Jeremy Clark on 22 October 2014, 4:52 pm
    If you’ve never given any thought to where your Halloween pumpkin carving skills might take you, you might not have heard of John Neill, a famous sculptor and pumpkin carving master who creates some of the best Halloween pumpkin carvings we’ve ever seen. Gallery
  • Ukrainian Students from Maidan Square attend summer scholarship program at Canadian College of English Language.

    Jeremy Clark on 21 October 2014, 7:50 pm
    15 students who participated in the Maidan Square uprising received scholarships to attend an 8 week English course at CCEL summer 2014. Developed in conjunction with OWL Vancouver the program enabled the students to regain their strength, re evaluate their vision and to return to the Ukraine with skills and perspective that would strengthen their […]
  • Smrt Youtube Reaches 1 Million Views

    Jeremy Clark on 21 October 2014, 7:43 pm
    Smrt YouTube videos have been watched over a million times.  The grammar videos which are freely available on YouTube and in the Smrt Curriculum have helped students around the world learn English.  Thank you to all the teachers and staff involved and all the students who watched these excellent videos.
  • Ocean Atlas: Massive Underwater Statue Of Girl Carrying The Ocean On Her Shoulders

    Jeremy Clark on 21 October 2014, 4:18 pm
    Jason deCaires Taylor is in the business of creating surreal and dream-like spaces, and his latest underwater sculpture is no exception. His latest project, called “Ocean Atlas,” saw him submerge an 18-foot-tall, 60-tonne statue of a girl in the seas off the coast of Nassau in the Bahamas. It is currently the largest underwater statue […]
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