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The Next “Greatest Generation”

Career College Central Magazine, Nov/Dec 2014

Modern American higher education is not ready for the next Greatest Generation. We as educators cannot hope to reach a point of readiness unless we engage today in measured, strategic, deliberate action. 749 more words

AMERICAN WRITER

Succeeding on a New Front

Succeeding on a New Front – Going back to college is yet another brave act for Iraq and Afghanistan-era veterans who are finding challenges unique to them on college campuses. 730 more words

Dr. Pietro Savo

Make Love To Me

Am I that woman you see in the mirror

Whose shadow refuses to disappear?

Am I just nothing more

Than what you knock on the floor… 179 more words

Poetry

What If She Is

You can no longer predict her future

Or tell her to forget her past.

What if this one little thing that you did

Was what she remembered last? 228 more words

Poetry

On Veterans Day 2014 It Comes Down to Role Models


My father-in-law, an 90-year-old WWII Veteran has his own outlook in life that we could all study and learn from. He loves attending my 12-year olds son Dante’s flag football games. 387 more words

NEW HAMPSHIRE "Live Free Or Die."

from Going After Cacciato (2) by Tim O'Brien

They did not know even the simple things: a sense of victory, or satisfaction, or neccesary sacrifice. They did not know the feeling of taking a place and keeping it, securing a village and then raising the flag and calling it a victory. 262 more words

Quotations

Twist of Fate

It’s a heavy twist of fate

With a little magic on the side

We’d like to stay we stayed in the middle

But honestly, we never even tried. 228 more words

Poetry