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Summer Projects at St. Joseph’s Indian School

St. Joseph’s Facilities Crew is always busy and summer is no exception! Some projects are big and noticeable – like the new playground. Others are smaller and less… 263 more words

Lakota (Sioux)

Guest Post: About the Shaping of an ‘Angry’ Black Woman (Tamara Woods)

Today’s guest blogger is Tamara Woods, poet, proud hillbilly in Hawaii and so much more. She generously hosted me on her blog, PenPaperPad, some time ago and I’m excited to share her with you today. 877 more words

New Releases 2014

Online Learning versus Learning with Nature, by guest blogger Catherine Ross

“As a child, one has that magical capacity to move among the many eras of the earth; to see the land as an animal does; to experience the sky from the perspective of the flower or a bee; to feel the earth quiver and breathe beneath us; to know a hundred different smells of mud and listen unconsciously to the soughing of the trees…”, … 939 more words

At Issue

How university societies can unleash entrepreneurial potential

By Sophie Herrmann

Whilst studying Psychology at Cardiff University I received funding from Sports Council Wales to establish a pole dancing society which would offer weekly classes to students. 488 more words

GO Wales

GUEST BLOGGER: Connie Aluoch

Happy Friday! It’s that time of the week again.

I know it took me a while to continue with this post, Demistifying Fashion Styling, my apologies. 285 more words

Fashion & Style

"Paalam, Pispis Sage" ni Elma 'Nenen' Ayson-Mckeown

July 17, 2014, adlaw nga masubo kag duru lang nga luha ang nagaagay sa amun mga pungyahun sa pagkamatay ni Sage, ang pispis nanday Matthew kag Chelsea nga akun agut kag amiga na nga kaimaw na bakasyon rugya sa Maine hasta magbalik eskuela sa California. 596 more words

GUEST BLOGGERS

The Cult of O’Shaughnessy

Editor’s Note: Points welcomes guest poster, Bradley J Borougerdi. Borougerdi holds BA, MA, and PhD degrees from the University of Texas at Arlington. His dissertation, “Cord of Empire, Exotic Intoxicant: Hemp and Culture in the Atlantic World, 1600-1900,” presents hemp as a vehicle for intercultural exchange in the modern era. 1,734 more words

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