- published: 20 Nov 2010
- views: 2068
( http://www.TFLcar.com ) The 2013 KIA Sportage SX and the 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport have a lot in common. They are both 5 passenger Crossovers. They both have automatic transmissions. They both can have all-wheel-drive. They both offer an outstanding value for your money. They both are made by the same parent company and perhaps most importantly they both share basically the same turbo charged 2.0L engine. So of course we wanted to know which one is faster from 0-60 MPH at a mile above sea level. In another fun and interesting TFLcar Mashup review we put both of these Korean twins to the test to see which one is the sporty car of the two new crossovers.
Welcome to SFUAD! Hear from some of our students about the welcoming atmosphere, making new friends, exploring their classes at Santa Fe University of Art and Design, and how the city of Santa Fe has become a new home for them. http://santafeuniversity.edu/
Each day of the 2012 Theatre Intensive workshop at Santa Fe University of Art and Design (http://www.santafeuniversity.edu/) will be packed with learning activities. Each student will have acting, dancing, and private voice lessons. There will be a performance at the end of the workshop where each student will have a solo number. Students will be able to take what they learn in this workshop with them into the audition process for college.
Almost there! Santa Fe 2926 is a 4-8-4 'Northern' type locomotive built by Baldwin in 1944. 2926 belongs to the "ATSF 2900 Class", one of the most modern steam engine classes at the time. A total of 30 2900s were built (2900-2929), and 6, including 2926, have survived the years. The 2900s are similar to the ATSF 3776 Class of locomotives. When 2926 is complete and operation, it will be the most powerful 4-8-4 in operational service, surpassing Norfolk & Western 611. It is an oil burner, like sister Santa Fe 3751 and Southern Pacific 4449. Santa Fe 3751 and 2926 will be the only ATSF steam locomotives in running order! Special thanks to the members New Mexico Steam Locomotive Society for their kindness and hard work on this exciting venture!
The Gator Engineering @ Santa Fe program, a collaboration between the University of Florida and Santa Fe College, is an innovative B.S. engineering degree program. This program allows a cohort of students to begin their coursework at Santa Fe College, gain admission to UF as early as after the first semester, continue coursework at Santa Fe for two more semesters (or until completion of all math and science critical tracking courses), and then matriculate to UF campus to continue their engineering study in their chosen major. Why GE@SF? Gator Engineering @ Santa Fe program students have unique experiences that closely bond them to each other, to the UF campus, and to their chosen field of study, even during their first semester before admission to the University of Florida. Participating...
At Santa Fe Christian Schools, we believe that the lower school years are foundational years. We strive to shape the mind and the heart as each student learns to think critically and grow in his her faith. Accomplished faculty, state-of-the-art resources, and research-proven teaching methods engage and challenge students at all developmental stages. Our innovative curriculum features Singapore Math, science lab experiments, musical productions, and art studio projects. Our literacy specialist offers a program emphasizing phonics and guided level reading, writing and novel students for every K-3 student. In addition to the core academics, our comprehensive and balanced curriculum includes P.E., studio art, band, library, music, science lab, Spanish and computer instruction. We prov...
"I DO NOT OWN THE RIGHTS TO THE MUSIC AUDIO PLAYED ON THIS VIDEO!! " Niko Mark choreographs his first Hip Hop class at Santa Fe University of Art and Design. He choreographs to "Beauty and a Beat" by Justin Bieber Ft. Nicki Minaj. Follow Niko Mark on Twitter: @SimplyNikoMark and on Instagram: @thatboyniko_ Classes are held every Tuesday of the week. Stay tuned for the next video.