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Neoclassical Architecture – Doc’D #65

PractitioNERD Documented, or “Doc’D,” is BACK in a new monthly format, and we’re kicking it off with a ‘somewhat fast-paced’ presentation of an architecture-themed episode, in which host Montez McCrary will be talking about the history, influence and lasting legacy of Neoclassical Architecture. Continue reading Neoclassical Architecture – Doc’D #65

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The 1896 Olympic Games – Geek Me Five #14

In this episode of Geek Me Five, host Montez McCrary will be discussing the the history, pageantry and the long-lasting influence of the 1896 Olympic Games in Athens, the first of the modern era of the Summer Olympic Games. Continue reading The 1896 Olympic Games – Geek Me Five #14

The Ancient Olympic Games – Geek Me Five #13

Howdy, Hey There And Hello, I’m Montez McCrary, at Tez El Nerdo from The PractitioNERD dot com, and on this episode of Geek Me Five, we’ll be discussing five interesting facts and topics about the original, old-school, TRUE OG of the current, modern iteration of the Olympic Games, the ANCIENT Olympic Games. Continue reading The Ancient Olympic Games – Geek Me Five #13

SMU’s Greek Life Diversity Task Force is Ready for Showti…whoa, WAIT A MINUTE!!!

“All of these things are JUST LIKE the others….” Courtesy of Redditor u/KickerPride