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Five Statistical Facts about Shawn Green

One of my favorite underrated baseball players from the 1990s and 2000s is Shawn Green. Not only did he nearly not sign an autograph for my dad then changed his mind when my dad said he was getting it signed for his son (me)–okay that’s probably the only reason–Green was always classy and consistent during his playing days. 392 more words


Pioneers Festival - Runner Up!

Mimi just ended 2nd out of 50 startups at the Pioneers Festival in Vienna. How incredible is this?! Like if it there was not a validation already…it’s great to feel that we will be able to contribute to the ongoing success of this incredible project Congrats Mimi.


''Time In'' a forgotten step for Rewarding Achievements

We live in a society giving a lot of value to productivity and achievement and although there is nothing wrong with that, it means it is a lot easier to exhaust ourselves in ‘’doing’’.

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Collective Astrology

CAS Spotlight: Livvy Evans '15

In the summer of 2014, Livvy Evans traveled to the Dominican Republic through the Global Leadership Adventures “Building a Sustainable World” program. For 21 days, Livvy immersed in a new culture and work on environmental and public health projects that include reforestation, installing an aquaponics system, distributing water filters, and building two schools/clinics out of recycled plastic bottles. 339 more words


Tyler Union Recognized by the Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce

On September 25, 2014, Tyler Union was recognized along with Bear & Son Cutlery, Bridgewater Interiors, International Automotive Components, Kronospan, and Shelco Foundries for the Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce’s Salute to Industry Luncheon. 139 more words


Poetry by Sarah Gross '16

Academy Junior, Sarah Gross, won the Carol Ann Robertson Prize for this year’s DeSales University Poetry Festival for her poem “The Soldier Candle”.  Congratulations!  Enjoy the poem. 24 more words

Student Content

Greenest 4 am

The party returned to the keep to get what shut eye they could. Shaken as they were, slumber still came easily; for Gladiolus and Warren were exhausted to the bone, not even bothering to shrug off their armour. 964 more words