最新文章专题视频专题关键字专题TAG最新wkwk2 wk1wk3wk4wk5wk6wk7wk8bk22bk21bk23bk24bk25bk26bk27bk28bk29wk9视频文章

相关视频:耶鲁大学在读研究生的演讲,中国留学生的归国之路!感动现场! 【 播放不了点此报错 】

耶鲁哈姆

本人详细介绍

名字:耶鲁高校米尔

身高:公分

休重:KG

常见脚来:右腿

出世地黄址:不明(非州)

国藉:非州

意味着我国我国队:出场0次,进0球

欧州3中杯:出场0次,进0球

欧州总冠军母泰迪赛:出场0次,进0球

足球队总场位:控球艺术后卫

先在小武区城的地区主题风格活动域包含:中

突前张掖(盯群体张掖)工作中职学校位职责是照顾另另一个方的突前后上下卫,此外还可以出其而易参加攻击中。

1、照顾突前后上下卫。它是突前张掖的关键每日任务。

2、向后交叉式补位。当自身抢篮板球不取得成功,随意张掖上去安图恩功略对手提升时,其应迅速为随意张掖进行补位。

3、中中小型武区抢得球后,可以业界球发赠给同伴来起动进攻,或者自身传球立即财产投入第一线进攻。

4、必需时可前挪到左边后卫策应小伙伴传传球,组织进攻,提升左边后卫进攻动能。进攻结束务必迅速归位。

职位发展趋势

賽季

俱乐军队

出场

进球

我国

母泰迪赛级犬別

排名

2013/14

英新华丰顿贝萨雷

-

-

-

非州

1

-

.

强烈推荐相关阅读文章:2020耶鲁高校俄籍高校毕大学毕业生演讲:什么才算作哈佛高校高校的精粹?

由于新冠流行,哈佛高校高校2020届大学毕业庆典迫不可已改为线努力行,校领导演讲、高品质做生意味着演讲、综艺节目汇演等环节均根据线上直播间服务项目平台方法进行。

而本届大学毕业庆典中,俄籍学生Joy Qiu经历逐步选拔任用,被引荐为学做生意味着发言,也是首位位俄籍女士在耶鲁高校大学毕业庆典里发言。

Joy Qiu:

大学毕业于知名的伊州五格数理普通车中IMSA,进入哈佛高校高校器乐系并且以出色的考試成绩大学毕业,此外获得 文化教育科学研究研究资格证书。她是Summa Cum Laude殊荣生,在学校期内担任俄籍校学生会副镇委书记。

大四报名参加课余主题风格活动时,竟然发现阶段人不清晰AACC(亚籍外国人国语化产业链管理中心),因而刚新开始思索,什么才算作哈佛高校高校的精粹?

Joy在演讲捷旺行了刻骨铭心铭心的思索,并根据对自身俄籍真正身份的把握,使大家儿看到英国俄籍第二代覺醒和奋发进取的动能。

2020届高校毕大学毕业生们,各位好!!

大家儿正以一种未曾预估有的方法在这个星期大学毕业。新冠肺部感柒肺炎疫情的爆发使大家儿赶不如整理行李箱,没法做最终的含着泪告别,更没法在深受关心沿往起礼台,接到毕大学毕业资格证书。可是在串接进的6天和间里,大家儿毫无疑虑将公布变成哈佛高校大学历史時间中的有部分,真正身份也将由在学校学生变化作耶鲁高校高校本科学研究研究所2020届高校毕大学毕业生。在这儿黄礁没有的時刻,在大家儿彻底丧失挚爱惜的传统式大学毕业庆典,那大学毕业真正意味着着什么?

针对2020届学生而言,肺炎疫情比所观的方法上中量样地错乱掉大家儿的日常生活日常生活起居。它分裂了大家儿针对大学毕业季节倍收到刺激励又苦与乐参半的希望,它消除了大家儿见怪我不恨你的持续性与平稳感。对大家儿许多 的人而言,肺炎疫情将可塑性形变性、艰辛和悲剧送至了大家儿的日常生活日常生活起垂直居中。

我并不愿淡修古魔阴阳势的比较严重欠佳危害,新冠肺炎疫情的确盗离开过我仍在耶鲁高校2五分第二的时光,或多或者少使大家儿的高原子钟光并有遗憾。可是,最终这几星期并沒有从压根源因上变动哈佛高校高校对大家儿的实际意义,也未曾超越以往四年耶鲁高校日常生活对大家儿的危害。

耶鲁高校究竟意味着着什么?这种难点,大家儿如今比以往任何状况下都务必去思索和探索。变成耶鲁高校人愿味着着什么?是什么把大家儿联系在一块儿?除了不肯分离出来的感情因素之外,什么使大家儿全部人造成 共鸣点?

我的回答是什么?可能与你需要象的不同样。实际上,大家儿全是大家,现如今遭受高高的职学校学校文化教育并具备支配权。可是除了以往四年大家儿生沉迷在同样再造房间内空间之外,大家儿无法寻找一种一致或者相仿的核心理念描述什么才算作本质上的“耶鲁高校”。

要我觉得对你觉得相关AACC(亚籍外国人国语化产业链管理中心)的小故事。在这儿儿我遇来到最好是的朋友;我花了成千过万的時间为俄籍学生研究会方案策划主题风格活动。在火锅店星光盛典和阴历舞沟通交流交流会上,写文法艺术、吃檽米米发糕,我寻找全新升级的方法突显自身的俄籍真正身份。不能提出质疑,AACC自始至终就是我仍在耶鲁高校的亲自经历中最不能欠缺的有部分其一。

中中小型学3个组级邻近结束的状况下,你与大家儿中的许多 的人相同,管理决策加上一个高学段社团主题风格活动。依照国际性惯例,大家儿全部人排排成圈,相互共享资源隐私维护话题探讨。我选择探讨AACC以及1件事的实际意义。那天夜里,我的第一次碰到一个不了解什么叫AACC的人,这令我猛地无可奈何。我出現异常诧异,这种热情豪放的完善社团主题风格活动,1件事本人而言实际意义非凡,可对与我别的耶鲁高校人而言却避之若。的确,1件事而言,如果沒有AACC,耶鲁高校将并不是耶鲁高校。

从那以后,刚新开始猜疑耶鲁高校是不是一个一致结合的耶鲁高校。我对耶鲁高校的定义是根据我的本人感受,如同我的最好是的朋友不清晰AACC相同,因为我不把握哈佛高校高校中这种为20二十年变成职位比赛选手而勤奋难学训练的人;这种住得离开学校园内充足近,可以在黄学驾车回家了吃顿晚饭的人;或者这种基础上每日务必到雷肯莫斯特塔里的佛家寺庙冥想训练的人。

甚至大家儿运用的句子也可以让人造成 不同样的想起:谈起“Foot”这这种词,你需到是“英尺”還是“拉诺契绿道”?如果你听到“Zoo”时,大脑里闪呈现出“完全免费印”吗?当我们讲起“AACC”时,你是不是想起“家”的定义?那样的具体使我对耶鲁高校人有着不同样的人青山路面健身运动轨迹充心里怀感恩之情。也更是这种点儿能发了觉,大家儿的确能共享资源一些事或任任何情吗?这看起来一些虚空飘渺。

或许我无法给你坚信,终究想像一下一个块周发作始根据Zoom网上课的朋友与学生们,大家儿的日常生活日常生活起居交汇随处和共享资源工作经验是如此新鲜和真正,对在这件事情我绝不猜疑。

与你共住的大概有10本人;你可以根据课余主题风格活动把握50或100个朋友;在课朝堂、健身运动健身会所里或饭堂排很长的精英团队打过饭能碰到数千人……

但具体上,在2020届学生中,基础上有几过千人我在未有幸与之沟通交流沟通交流交流。不管耶鲁高校1件事意味着着什么,都不管我到过什么地区,大家儿在耶鲁高校都是有一个些因为我许没法想像的亲自经历。自然,变成耶鲁高校人要有特别的实际意义:意味着着你一直在未来15半年度碰到耶鲁高校同学时,可以争执哪院是最好是的酒店住宿学校,并吐槽用Zoom读高校;你可以追想起哈佛高校—耶鲁高校的撤出强烈抗议或就是你最爱欢的GHeav三汝宁;又或者是维诺林公关联性书泷本在冬天初雪时的幸福景色。但除了参加过这种耶鲁高校传统式,共享资源在其中一些表面记忆力外,大家儿在耶鲁高校的日常生活亲自经历实际上区别极大。大家误认为有一个些关键质量将耶鲁高校人团结一致在一块儿,具体上并沒有。

我那样的叫法仿佛让人低落,但并并不是那样。掉转来,这种视角反而让人为因素其一振。由于假若并并不是大家儿都是有不同样,难道说是哈佛高校高校的四年日常生活将大家儿磨炼就难辩相互、二成不非常容易变动的人吗? 做为一间高校,耶鲁高校向大家儿呈现了“幸福开心生存”平平平淡无奇均非常值得大家儿高度重视的质量,比如:声望、非凡的学术研究、高效率、技术专业上的取得成功、批判性逻辑性思维和军队我国公民关键权等。

这种全全是出色品行。可是,假若们全部人到耶鲁高校的旅途中仅仅像海棉相同消化吸收这种技术专业技能、运用价值观念和个性化特点,那么就会越来越越十分可怕。在大家儿相聚别的地区的时候,大家儿早已丧失之前的自身而都变以便有着耶鲁高校經典流行运用价值观念的类似人,以针对我这时候站在这儿儿,可能公布着有关怎样团结一致一一心意的主题风格演讲。

激迷心里的是,大家儿的与众不同样远超于团结一致一致,由于这意味着着大家儿以往共享资源的房间内空间中作出了各有有目的的选择。

更具体地讲,我觉得你需花些時间思索一下大家儿没多长时间迈入校园内时的情景,它是大家儿生命中最明确,也最不能预测剖析性的時刻其一。大家儿对耶鲁高校心让人满意足,满怀希望,都会出现新做恶物要想去试着,都会出现豪情壮志豪情壮志壮志又热情豪放,总满怀希望却又有状况下心存担心。大家儿带著各修建竖起的信念管理体系和自身认可赶来哈佛高校高校。

今卓共行这儿儿,我可以对你觉得,当时一些愿望我并未进行。我干了令自身觉得诧异的事,也有着让人没法想像的亲自经历,我结识完朋友并留有珍贵的追忆,就算有再用全世界与我互换,因为我不要想。就我本人而言,我与四年之前早已并不是同自身。或许这显而毕现,但它是最十分注意的事情。学校日常生活储存了你的什么个性特征,又变动了什么?

由于耶鲁高校,我很多地触碰到自身的承传,我不会要想由于他人的评定而对自身的爱好造成 畏惧;我更清晰自身处什么探险中获得 考虑到。今卓共行这儿儿,由于哈佛高校高校和其授于真正亲自经历,使我的真正身份和运用价值观念得来到增大、挑戰、变动和丰富多彩。坚信对大家儿全部人而言全是如此。

哈佛高校高校要大家儿的不仅是获得 五系列商品传统式和支配权的机遇,以及“耶鲁高校人”这种词的称号,也是使大家儿也有机化学会寻找一个更详细,更真正的自身。不管你花多长时间才觉获得耶鲁高校像家,都不管你是花铃木摩托一推夜在Bass公关联性书泷本念书,還是在Toads民族舞蹈亦或者是在Stiles F41中嘿嘿大笑至脸颊生痛,这全是大家儿在这儿所教校克林顿据自身的选择而获得 的亲自经历,这种亲自经历从压根源因上变动大家儿全究竟是谁照片,却又使大家儿储存初衷。

那麼我的结果是什么呢?我没有权利站在这儿儿归纳大家儿的团体亲自经历,由于她们是如此不同样,希望她们全是大家儿自身选择以后更有实际意义的探索。当这种亲自经历试着去变动大家儿,希望大家儿都能拼搏变成更强的自身,有着更强悍的信心和各幸福惜的运用价值观念。当十五年以后,这次肺炎疫情早已离大家儿萦怀萦怀,你又追想起辉煌的高原子钟光时,你将不仅为变成耶鲁高校人觉得自豪,只是为耶鲁高校构建你变成哪个样的人觉得引以为豪。

演讲全篇

Hi, Class of 2020. We’re graduating this week. Not in a way that we ever expected, but we are graduating nonetheless.

There will be no frantic packing of bags; there will be no final, tearful goodbyes; no one is going to walk across any stage. But in 6 days’ time we will nonetheless officially become part of Yale’s history, trading in our identities as current students to emerge as graduates of the Yale College Class of 2020. In these unprecedented times, in the complete absence of traditions we hold dear, what does it really mean to graduate?

In more ways than just physically, COVID-19 has uprooted our Class. It disintegrated our expectations for a joyous and bittersweet Senior Spring. It dissolved a sense of constancy and stability that we never knew we were taking for granted. For many of us, this pandemic has introduced uncertainty, hardship, and tragedy into our lives.

Without diminishing the gravity of the situation, I find comfort in the fact that my time at Yale means more than the 1/16th that coronavirus stole. It’s hard not to let the ending color the journey. But these last few weeks cannot and should not fundamentally change what Yale means to us, and what it has meant to us for the better part of the past 4 years.

And what exactly does Yale mean? The onus is on us, now more than ever, to reflect and find what matters. What does it mean to be a Yalie? What brings our class together? Beyond the emotional bond forged from the pain of loss, what do we all share?

My answer? Not as much as you might think. Admittedly, we’re all human, and now more educated and privileged, but beyond occupying the same physical space for almost four years, the idea that we’re unified or similar in some fundamentally “Yale” way is a myth.

Let me tell you a story about the AACC, the Asian American Cultural Center. It’s the place I met my very best friends, where I spent countless hours planning events for the Chinese American Students Association. It’s the place I found new ways to celebrate my identity, at Hotpot Night and Lunar Ball, writing calligraphy and eating sticky rice. Without a doubt, the AACC has been one of the most integral parts of my Yale experience.

At the end of my junior year, I, like many of you, decided to join a senior society. As is customary, we all gathered in a circle at initiation to share intimate parts of our lives with each other. I chose to talk about the AACC and everything that it’s meant to me. And that night, for the very first time, I met someone who didn’t know what the AACC was.For a moment, I was speechless. Amazed that this vibrant and formative community, so personal to me, could be completely foreign to him--and to any Yalie, really, because to me, Yale isn’t Yale without the AACC.

That’s when I began to question the idea of a cohesive and unified Yale. My conception of Yale is just that--it’s mine. And just as my friend didn’t know what the AACC was, I had no idea what Yale looks like for someone training to become a professional athlete next year, for someone who lives close enough to drive home for a weekday dinner, or for someone who meditates almost every day in the Buddhist shrine inside Harkness Tower.

And even the words we use: Does “Foot” bring to mind inches, or the Appalachian Trail? When you hear “zoo,” do you think “free printing”? And when I say “AACC,” do you think “home”?It’s realizations like these that make me fully appreciate the different lives that people here lead. And it’s these realizations that convince me: believing we could all share something, anything, real? That has to be a myth.

Maybe it’s hard to believe me when I say that, because if you picture the friends and classmates you’ve been Zooming week in and week out and think about the intersections of your lives, your shared experiences will feel so salient and so real. I don’t doubt that.

There’s the 10 or so people you’ve lived with. The 50 or 100 friends you’ve met through extracurriculars. The hundreds more you’ve met in class, in the gym, waiting in line at the dining hall…

But the truth is, there are almost a thousand of you in the Class of 2020 that I’ve never had the pleasure of exchanging a single word with. And whatever Yale means to me, whatever spaces I’ve inhabited, there are parts of your Yale experiences that I can’t possibly begin to conceive of. Sure, it means something to be a Yalie. It means that in 15 years when you encounter someone who also went to Yale, you can squabble over the best residential college and laugh about Zoom University; you can reminisce about the divestment protests at Harvard-Yale or your favorite GHeav sandwich or how pretty Sterling looks at winter’s first snowfall. But the truth is, aside from participating in these same Yale traditions and sharing in some of these surface-level memories, our lived experiences at Yale are so wildly different that it would be a bit misguided to believe there is some core quality about being a Yalie that unites us all. The truth is, there isn’t.

This may seem depressing. But it’s not. This perspective is actually kind of uplifting. Because the alternative to believing that we share nothing in common would be to believe that Yale is so seductive that 4 years here is enough to hammer part of our identities into shapes completely indistinguishable from each other.As an institution, Yale sells us a version of the “Good Life”—things that we should value. Things like: Prestige. Academic excellence. Productivity. Professional success. Critical thinking and civil discourse.

These can all be good things; they can. But it would be so, so horrible if we all journeyed through Yale like sponges, absorbing these skills and values and personality traits so that when we emerge on the other end, we’ve lost the fibers of who we once were and are similar enough--so saturated with things that are classically mainstream Yale--that I could stand up here and give a speech about what unites us all.

It’s uplifting to believe that there’s infinitely more that distinguishes than unites us, because it means that we made conscious choices in occupying the spaces that we did.

To put this more concretely, I want you to take a moment and think about who we were as prefrosh: Probably excited, and also hopeful, at one of the most certain and also uncertain points of our lives. As prefrosh, we had a certain set of expectations for what Yale would be like. We had new things we wanted to try, we had ambitions and passions, we had hopes and fears. We came to Yale with an established belief system and identity.

Standing here today, I can tell you that I failed to meet some of my expectations. I did things that surprised myself. I had incredible experiences, and made friends and memories I wouldn’t trade for the world. But the thing that feels most personal to tell is that I’m not the same person that I was four years ago. Maybe that’s obvious—because it is obvious—but it’s also the most important thing to reflect on. What’s stayed since you were a prefrosh, and what hasn’t?

Because of Yale, I am more in touch with my heritage. I am less afraid of being judged for what I like and don’t like. I know better what adventures I’d find fulfilling. Standing here today, my identity and values have been amplified, and challenged, and altered, and enriched because of Yale and the experiences I had. I believe that the same is true for all of us.

Yale gave us more than just access to a set of traditions and privilege, a claim to the term “Yalie.” Yale gave us the opportunity to find a fuller, more authentic version of ourselves. No matter how long it took for Yale to feel like home, whether you spent your nights p-setting in Bass, dancing in Toads, or laughing until your sides hurt in Stiles F41, the chosen and eclectic experiences we’ve had at this institution have fundamentally changed who we are, without compromising who we are.

So what’s the point? I have no right to stand here and generalize about all of our collective experiences, because they were all different. Hopefully they were experiences we pursued with intention, that we had the agency to choose. And as those experiences tried to change us, hopefully we fought to become better versions of ourselves, with greater conviction in who we are and what we value. So in fifteen years, when this pandemic is far behind us and you’re thinking back to your bright college years, don’t just be proud to be a Yalie. Be proud of the person that Yale shaped you to become.

热门推荐