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Culture Cafe: The Russian Scientific World - Shared screen with speaker view
Kasey Witkowski
12:46
I am
Mackenzie Taylor
19:39
Putin and Gorbachev?
Skylar.s
20:41
I believe one person is Yuri Gagarin
Mackenzie Taylor
39:12
Are the years for Pavlov 1849-1936 or 1836 to 1849?
Клара Ширк
48:31
I learned about Yuri Alekseyevich in space camp!
Mackenzie Taylor
48:35
Russian history and science is really interesting but I'm a Japanese student so the characters are all pretty foreign to me in reading and the heavy l names aren't something we have in English or Japanese (which really doesn't use L's)
NCVPS Cafe
58:10
This was incredible!!
Amber Parker
58:24
Thank you so much. Very interesting
Shruti Agrawal
58:34
Thank you, that was a very interesting presentation!
Kateryna Decker
58:39
Thank you Griffin! Great information!
Mackenzie Taylor
59:18
Really great job! Maybe not exactly an on topic but would the demand for more Russian knowing translators and interpreters be growing to help get the science and literature out into the rest of the world?
Mackenzie Taylor
01:00:42
Yep clear!
Kasey Witkowski
01:14:12
What movies have you all been watching for these cultural events?
Mackenzie Taylor
01:19:00
Great job! I was trying to do some research but I'm guessing Japanese isn't one of the critical languages as deemed by the US, but was curious how UNC was for languages like Japanese not exactly deemed as critical? I heard UNC was a good place to go for most language studies
Kasey Witkowski
01:21:11
I opened up the Chapel Hill website and was immediately blown away at the amount of languages that they offer. Might have to go there just for the Polish
NCVPS Cafe
01:22:27
Awesome!!~
Shruti Agrawal
01:22:55
Thank you for coming! Go Tar Heels!