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What Malala's Nobel Peace Prize means for Pakistan and the world

Malala Yousufzai first gained recognition in 2008 at age 11 when she took to the Press Club in Peshawar against the Taliban banning girls’ education in the Swat valley. 878 more words


Long Term - Volunteer Coordinator House of Mercy (Taichung)

Sounds like a lovely and worthy cause. For people who are located and based in Taichung! This is a posting from the Foreign Students Volunteer Club… 109 more words

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Featured Youth

Young minds are brilliant and like a planted seed, they often require tending. Tonight, at the young writers event hosted by SOMOS under the theme “What I see. 684 more words


As much as I’ve enjoyed myself…  I don’t think I can have it all anymore…  I’m really falling for him… I didn’t think it was possible but…  I am.

What is wrong with me?


Are You Only as Young as You Feel?

In her book Counterclockwise, Harvard professor Ellen Langer recounts a groundbreaking study she did in 1979 that has since become the stuff of legend. 1,172 more words

Singer girls dreaming big: Violet in The Roaring Nineties

Given my biography is confined to Prichard’s early years (1883-1919), I am contemplating if any light can be shone on her early years from The Roaring Nineties… 354 more words

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In Memory: Orwa Abd al-Wahhab Hammad

Orwa Abd al-Wahhab Hammad, 15 years old, was killed by Israel on Friday October 24, 2014. The American teen from New Orleans was been shot dead in clashes in the West Bank village of Silwad near Ramallah. 134 more words