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Bruno and England

Community service has been a major focus of my life since I started high school. My sophomore year I began volunteering at the Pongo Fund, the first and only animal food bank in the United States, because my dad went to high school with the founder. 1,504 more words

Study Abroad


I do believe in an everyday sort of magic — the inexplicable connectedness we sometimes experience with places, people, works of art and the like; the eerie appropriateness of moments of synchronicity; the whispered voice, the hidden presence, when we think we’re alone.” – Charles de Lint, Canadian writer… 265 more words

Hemingways Of Hermanus

Matthew 14:22-33 Water Walker

He who learns to live the interior life and to take little account of outward things, does not seek special places or times to perform devout exercises. 383 more words


A profile of a TV newsroom managing editor

While reflecting on legendary Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee’s life and his influence on American newspapers with the news of his death on Tuesday at age 93, my mind wandered back to March 1993, a few weeks before my 20th birthday, when I wrote a profile piece on the managing editor of a TV station for a community college’s reporting class assignment. 478 more words


For the sun to rise, it first must set: An examination of the childhood, ideology, and works of Ernest Hemingway

Everybody has strange things that mean things to them and we have to understand them.

-The Garden of Eden manuscript

Ernest Hemingway was, and still is, a colossal figure in the literary world.

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The Thematic and Stylistic Similarities between The Sun Also Rises and Home to Harlem

It is convenient to cut-and-paste from the history books and remember the 1920’s in America with reverence and nostalgia: it was an era for swinging Jazz music, flapper girls, and the bourgeois, care-free attitude exhibited in speakeasies, but this decade of prosperity did not come without a price. 1,360 more words