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What’s Your Level of Patience?

April 8, 2015  
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What’s Your Level of Patience?

I f e v e r y w o r d i n a n a r t i c l e w a s written in that way, would it drive you crazy? Would you have the patience to read it all the way through or would you just “forget it” and move on? […]

At War: Wants & Needs

February 26, 2013  
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At War: Wants & Needs

By Amanda Deltuvia — Entering a world that you had no part in creating is sometimes quite frustrating. We are given steps to take with every age bracket, never questioning if these steps are what we would really choose if we were stripped of our societal contexts. These ideals led me to run around New […]

Moody Society: A Balancing Act

November 20, 2012  
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Moody Society: A Balancing Act

By Kri Sutah — We live in an era where concepts and ideas that have been welcomed before are now shunned and opposed, and vice versa…Like when segregation and slavery was no biggie. Or when the idea of gay marriage was taboo, but now it’s more culturally accepted. Youngins used to have more respect for […]

Nature Speaks: A Photo Worth a Thousand Words

February 27, 2012  
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Nature Speaks: A Photo Worth a Thousand Words

       

My Travels to Amsterdam: Red Light District

December 28, 2011  
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My Travels to Amsterdam: Red Light District

By Amanda Deltuvia — The cold air coated my lungs as I hopped off the shuttle. Instantly, the smell of hot dogs and cider flooded my nostrils as I watched children ice skating in the center of town. It’s holiday season, and I’m exhausted from taking an eight-hour bus ride. The song “Amsterdam” by Guster […]

My Journey Climbing Mt Kilimanjaro

November 7, 2011  
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My Journey Climbing Mt Kilimanjaro

By Shigei Gebremedhin — “Success is a journey, not a destination. The doing is often more important than the outcome.” -Robert Ashe, Jr. 20 hours and five in-flight movies later, I finally arrived in Nairobi, Kenya. I stood at the baggage claim, praying that my checked-in duffel bag would roll down the conveyor belt, as […]

The Culture of Your Time: Generation X Y Z

October 31, 2011  
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The Culture of Your Time: Generation X Y Z

By Amanda Deltuvia — The year you were born will affect everything about you—from the TV shows you watch to the clothing you wear, as well as your political views. Coming from the Y Generation, I never truly got a full glimpse into the lives that sandwiched my most formative years. My parents were both […]

European Fashion vs American Fashion

September 19, 2011  
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European Fashion vs American Fashion

By Amanda Deltuvia — Europe has always been the powerhouse of fashion on the runways and on the streets of culture. Haute couture in 1860 Paris was represented by the fashionable wardrobe of queens, and eventually fashion houses like Balenciaga, Chanel, Dior, Givenchy, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Hermes, Lanvin, Celine, Chloe, Yves Saint Laurent and countless other […]

Caught by the Bug and Traveling Solo: Notes & Epiphanies

August 29, 2011  
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Caught by the Bug and Traveling Solo: Notes & Epiphanies

By Amanda Deltuvia — The alarm rings. It’s 3AM. Mouth is dry and adrenaline is pumping as I grab coffee and head to the airport. I’m feeling achy, but it’s going to be worth it. Leave early, but not too early…The fear of missing a flight is like when your feet fall asleep. I take […]

The Nuclear Energy Debate: Should We or Shouldn’t We?

June 6, 2011  
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The Nuclear Energy Debate: Should We or Shouldn’t We?

By Rod McLaughlin— It’s been several months since Japan’s nuclear tragedy at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant shined a critical light on the risks that were pretty inherent to the global nuclear power industry. The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster is only the third in history to reach a Level 7 on the International Nuclear and […]

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