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Natalie: 2 million high school seniors are gearing up this fall to apply to nearly 3,500 US colleges. So, which are the strongest academically that're toughest to get into, and yah, of course top party schools. We all need to know that, right? Well the Princeton Review ranks The Best 361 Colleges ,The Smart Students Guide to Colleges. Robert Franek is the lead author. Rob, good morning, good to see you again.Robert: Well. Thanks for having me back.Natalie: Look at the size of this thing. (It's a tone.)I need this one when I was outside with Maria Sharapova as a booster. Oh, (I'm) telling you. I mean this is a lot of information here. And...Robert: It's a lot of information, you're right. We've reached up to so many students-110,000-students to put best 361 colleges this year.Natalie: So this is a survey of just the students then with their feedback on their campuses?Robert: Exactly. We think we know a lot about schools at Princeton Review, but we went directly to whom we considered power experts.Natalie: To the source? How does, how does this differ to US News and World Reports Rankings, and Newsweek along with Kaplan's rankings?Robert: Yah, it is just that. It's a qualitative survey of the students' experience both academically, as well as outside the classroom.Natalie: All right. So let's take a look at some of the strongest (Sure, let's go.) schools academically talking first here. And usually of course we expect the Harvards, Princetons, Yales, which they're up there as well, but this year, kind of a little bit of surprise is, Reed College in Portland, Oregon (Yeah!) score highest marks.Robert: Yeah! No. 1. Ur... Best overall...Natalie: Why is it? You surprised?Robert: Actually not surprised. I mean, ur, Reed college is a great school. It's got great regional reputation, and growing national reputations, only 1,300 students, but a wonderful liberal arts, ur, liberal arts school, we went directly to students, they told us that their professors were great, both inside as well as outside the classroom.Natalie: Tiny school!Robert: Tiny school. Yeah! But survey...Natalie: About ten students per class?Robert: Yeah! Well. It's averaged uh ten to one, student to faculty ratio. (That's fantastic!) So certainly small and they pride themselves on that relationships with the professors.Natalie: All right! Ivy Leagues did very well in other categories as well, like toughest schools to get into and top in that list, MIT was first, followed then by Yale, Princeton, ur, and Harvard, second, third, fourth respectively. So any surprises there with them?Natalie: pri... There are some unusual suspects on that list. We reach directly out to school administrators through our website Princetonreview.com , and finding out information on schools specifically, where they're looking from the SAT, ACT, GPA coming into a high school, so that's how we come up with our list.Natalie: Students' happiest with their financial aid packages, Princeton University. So what are they doing differently? Obviously, it's generally a very expensive private school. (Very true. Very true.)What are they doing now?Robert: Yeah, one of the most aggressive policies that Princeton has put into place over the last couple of years is matching students aid packages, so that they need to, ur, be allowed to get that aid package for every students. They're matching any aid that the student needs, once they have been admited to the university.Natalie: The overall happiest students, (yes,) Stanford University.Robert: Stanford is a terri..., terrific place to go to school. Certainly a super competitive school, but when we think about quality of life,(Beautiful campus.) oh, it's a beautiful campus, great food, great dorms, great library, overall quality of life. And great and happy students.Natalie: All right! Now speaking of beautiful campuses, Pepperdine scored top, Malibu. How can you go wrong. Right?Robert: How can you go wrong? It's perfect. It's perfect. And again, (How I would like to go to school there.) Boater-by students. Of course, right on the beach, it's a lovely campus, you know, certainly a wonderful school academically, but thinking about quality of life and overall beauty of (take a look at that.) campus it certainly came to the top of the list.Natalie: I mean that's like a travel destination, right there, right?Robert: Yeah!Natalie: Little vacation. Why you are going to school and cracking in the book said that if you're cared to bring the books so long, right?Robert: That's right! That's right!Natalie: All right! Let's also talk about best for athletics intercollegiate and intramural, intramural and University of Florida in Gainesville. Robert: Yeah! Again, I mean, a school that has wonderful school spirit, and so many students're gonna get excited, not only about academics and the experience they're gonna have there, but the athletic experience overall at school. So University of Florida is certainly No. 1 on the list.Natalie: And I think it's also important that you also have different categories as well for diversity or lack, thereof, but some schools scored very well based on their, ur, reaching out to the gay community,(Yes, yes very true.) and New College of Florida was the tops there.Robert: Yeah! New College of Florida is an interesting school with part of the University of South Florida. It branched off a couple of years ago. And it's important again to think about diversity issues, gay and lesbian issues, religious issues on campus, that is the focus of best 361, and we're so proud of doing it at the Princeton Review.Natalie: Can't let you go (Yes.) without talking about the category best party school. (Yes. Certainly.) And topping that list, I'm sure the focus's at University of Wisconsin in Madison. Probably take a little issue with it, but .., they ranked the highest, and of course Ohio University mats on the mountain.Robert: Yes. Mats on the mountain. Natalie: You surely talked it about right.Robert: That's right. And again we went directly onto students; we asked them about alcohol use, drug use on campus, hours of studies spent outside the classroom and popularlarity for tourism and on, that's how we come up with that party school list this year. Natalie: All right. Robert Franek, always great with the Princeton Rerview, good to see you.Robert: Good to see you.Natalie: So good to see you again. (Good to see you again!) Thank you so much. 200807/43962。

13第十三单元Conversation 1会话 1A:Mr. Wang, Ive had scheduled for your two days stay in Shanghai. You can make some changes if it does not suit you.A:王先生,我为你在上海两天的逗留作了安排。如果你觉得不合适的话,可以作些变动。B:All right. Please it to me.B:好的,请念给我听听。A:On Friday morning, Mr.Wang,the director of Shanghai Research Institute,will visit you at the hotel. In the afternoon,you will discuss some problems with Mr. Yang,vice manager of computer corporation.A:星期五上午,上海研究所所长王先生会来饭店拜访你。下午你将和电脑公司副经理杨先生讨论一些问题。B:Very good.B:很好。A:On Saturday,youll leave the hotel for sightseeing. Miss Lu will be your guide.A:星期六,你将离开饭店去观光。卢是你的导游。B:Oh,thafs great.B:噢,太棒了。Conversation 2会话 2A:Mr. Jackson,Ive drafted a schedule for your business trip next week. You may have a look.A:杰克逊先生,我为你下周的商务旅行作了一下安排。你可以看一下。B:Oh, great! Let s discuss it together. Now,when am I off then ?B:噢,好的!我们一起讨论一下吧。那么,我什么时候离开?A:Youre leaving on Tuesday morning.A:你星期二上午离开。B:What time exactly?B:到底什么时候?A:Your flight takes off at 8:10 a. m. And you arrive in Shanghai at 10:40. Mr. Yang is meeting you at the airport. Wednesdays a busy day. Youre attending the conference in the morning and in the afternoon youre going to the exhibition.A:你的飞机上午8点10分起飞,10点40分到达上海。 杨先生会在机场接你。星期三是忙碌的一天。你上午参加会议,下午去展览会。B:Oh,am I seeing Mr. Li?B:噢,我见李先生吗?A:Yes,youre seeing him on Thursday. Youre inspecting the factory in the morning and having dinner with him in the evening.A:是的,你星期四见他。你上午视察工厂,晚上与他一起吃晚餐。 ;B:Ive got a schedule!B:行程真满。A:Oh, thats not everything. Youre free on Friday and then on Saturday youre catching the 9 oclock plane back to Guangzhou.A:噢,这还不是所有的事。你星期五有空,星期六你乘9点钟的飞机回广州。 /201604/439989。

Cantrell and 11 other hackers are apprehended. Thanks to the FBI's secret weapon, the magic box and agent Mike Morris, the nation's first computer detective, dozens of cyber crooks are taking the information superhighway directly to jail. If they're hacking and we find out about it, the FBI will definitely be on it, we'll find them.Cyberspace may be the new frontier for some FBI agents. But others still have to meet the enemy face-to-face. Oakland, Arkansas, the FBI surrounds a 240-acre compound which is guarded by these heavily-armed and camouflaged soldiers. They call themselves the Covenant, Sword and Arm of the Lord or CSA. Hundreds of lives are at stake in this potentially explosive standoff, including those of 125 women and children inside the compound. The tragic consequences of a deadly showdown like this one would be fully realized 10 years later in Waco, Texas. But here in the Ozarks, the FBI is about to attempt a top-secret negotiation strategy in (the) hopes of ending the siege peacefully. March 1985, the soldiers of the CSA have been training for a self-described holy war to overthrow the US government. We managed to obtain this exclusive footage shot inside the CSA compound. The group is led by James Ellison, a paramilitary preacher from Illinois who has been sping hate across the Ozarks. If God does not judge this nation, and put the rod of correction on this nation, then He's gonna have to resurrect, Sodom and Gomorrah and apologize, because this nation is guilty before God. Here, Ellison is attempting to recruit new members. You can't walk the street without seeing homosexual and queer, and being accosted by thieves and robbers and when they get caught, they might spend the night in jail, because the vows of God have been forsaken.But Ellison is unaware that FBI agents have been sent in to arrest him on weapons charges. The bureau's mission is to make Ellison surrender without bloodshed. It is a seemingly impossible task, considering that Ellison is the leader of the most formidable fighting force that US law enforcement has ever faced. Tactical commander Danny Coulson is the FBI's man in charge. Problem was compounded for us by the fact that they had a religious philosophy that made the murder of an FBI agent justifiable and even a good thing to do.Sodom and Gomorrah: two cities that God destroyed because of their wickedness (Biblical)queer: homosexual person (Offensive Slang)200810/51502。

Welcome back to English at Work, where Anna and Tom are in a bit of a predicament.欢迎回到“职场英语”,安娜和汤姆现在正有点麻烦。Following a successful business meeting, theyve returned to the airport to discover their flight has been cancelled.在一场成功的商业会议之后,他们抵达机场却发现航班取消了。What are they going to do next?他们接下来要怎么办?Right, theyve rebooked us on to the next flight, which is at 7 oclock tomorrow morning.他们重新给我们定了下一趟明早7点的航班。Tomorrow morning? !明天早上?What are we going to do until then?我们这段时间做什么?Its OK Anna, calm down.没关系,安娜,冷静。Ive sorted out a hotel… quite a nice one actually.我选好了酒店,很不错的一家。But what about our new contract?但是我们的新合同怎么办?Ive got to sort it out!我得整理出来!Anna, take a deep breath… itll be ok.安娜,深呼吸,没关系。Lets go and get a drink and well work things out.我们去喝一杯吧,一起处理这些事情。Anna, maybe Toms right for once.安娜,也许汤姆这次是对的。Go and enjoy some French hospitality.去享受一下法式款待。Youve done really well today but perhaps you should keep your boss Paul in the picture.你今天做得很好了,但也许你应该告知你的老板保罗。In the picture? I didnt take any photos.图片?我没有拍照。No Anna! I mean keep him informed.不,安娜!我是说告知他相关的情况。Its always a good idea to keep the boss updated on whats going on – he is the boss after all.让你的老板时刻知道进度是个好主意,毕竟他是你的老板。OK.I will.好,我会的。Yeah, this one looks quite cosy.这里看着很舒适。 /201705/507583。

Virginia Tech Marks One-Year Anniversary of Campus Shooting维州理工大纪念校园击案遇难者  Candlelight vigils and somber ceremonies marked the one-year anniversary of a shooting spree on the campus of a U.S. university, Virginia Tech, that left 32 people and the gunman dead. The incident was one of the worst mass-shootings in U.S. history - one that reignited debate over security measures at American schools. 美国维吉尼亚理工大学击案一周年到来之际,人们举行烛光守夜和默哀仪式。那次事件造成32人死亡,手本人自杀。这起事件是美国历史上最严重的集体杀案之一,由此引发了在美国校园安全措施的争论。 Thousands gathered at Virginia Polytechnic Institute in remembrance of the university students and staff who perished during a gun rampage committed by a mentally unstable pupil, Seung-Hui Cho, a U.S. resident from South Korea. 数千人聚集在维吉尼亚理工大学,纪念在击案中死亡的学生和教职员工,制造杀案的是精神不稳定的学生赵承熙,他是来自韩国的美国永久居民。One by one, names of the victims were , along with tributes to the dead. Virginia Tech President Charles Steger said the university has struggled to recover from the tragedy - a process that continues to this day. 纪念仪式主持人宣读每个遇难者的姓名和对他们的哀念。维吉尼亚理工大学的校长说,学校从悲剧中恢复是一件艰难的事,这个过程一直延续到今天。"It has been a difficult road; it has been a hard journey, indeed," Steger said. "It began with shock and trauma and a flood of emotions. And in the ensuing days and weeks and months, we have searched for answers. We have searched for meaning in what is incomprehensible. What is at the heart of this day is not public. Rather, it is a very private and profound loss. We know intently what the people we lost meant to us, and we are more keenly aware of how they touched and changed our lives." 他说:“这是一条艰难的路,这是一段艰难的旅程,真的。开始的时候是带著震惊、伤痛和许多的情感。在后来的日日夜夜,我们在寻找。我们在寻找令人费解的问题的。这一天不是有关公众的,而是有关非常隐私的问题和极大的丧失。我们领悟到了失去这些人对我们的意义,我们也更加深刻地感受到他们是怎样影响和改变了我们的生活。”Speaking afterwards, Virginia Governor Tim Kaine said he continues to feel sorrow over the events of a year ago, as well as pride and admiration for the Virginia Tech community as it endeavors to heal and continue its mission. 在随后的讲话中,维吉尼亚州州长凯因说,他仍然对一年前发生的事件感到悲痛,他对维吉尼亚理工大学为恢复做出的努力和继续他们的使命感到骄傲和钦佩。Although far from commonplace, school shootings have periodically marred America's educational landscape over the years. In 1999, two Colorado high school students killed 13 people and wounded 24 others before committing suicide. This past February, a gunman killed five people and wounded 18 others at Northern Illinois University. 尽管不是普遍发生的事件,校园击案近年来时常破坏美国教育界的平静。在1999年,2名科罗拉多高中学生开打死13人,打伤24人后自杀。在去年2月份,一名手在北伊利诺伊大学打死5人打伤18人。In light of the violence, many schools have reviewed security measures and placed additional emphasis on programs to identify and counsel students who may be struggling with psychological disorders. In addition, a few university students have started a campaign urging that students and faculty be permitted to bring firearms on campus for self-defense. Few, if any, school administrators have endorsed the idea.  为了防止暴力发生,许多学校都审查安全措施,并且强调增加一些学校的项目,来发现和辅导那些心理失调的学生。另外,几名大学的学生已经开始一项行动,敦促学生和教师允许在校园携带武器进行自卫。但是学校的管理者几乎都不同意这一设想。 200804/35292。