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Never Neverland

In J.M. Barrie’s story of Peter Pan, the Lost Boys are a clan of children living together in Neverland, unhindered and uninfluenced by the likes of adults. 314 more words

Graduation

Si Tu Vois Ma Mère

The credits rolled up on “Midnight in Paris” with this lovely trumpet music. Shazam’ed it and I grabbed my Android to download it. To my delightful surprise, one of my favorite musicians, Ludovico Einaudi, has played it. 461 more words

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Mid Year (2014) Flashback and Loving Things Lately

Fasting month (‘Ramadan’) nearly comes to an end again this year, and it’s time to welcome delightfully another ‘Hari Raya’ celebration. Doesn’t time flies? Surpassingly fast on the grounds that I wrote correlative post about the… 758 more words

Food For Thought

Allow Me to Introduce Myself...

I am a part of the 25% of the US population that holds a four year degree. I also belong to the 6.2% of North Carolinians who are actively looking for employment, without luck. 681 more words

Advocacy

Symposium on Bruni’s The Genesis and Ethos of the Market

Studies in Emergent Order is proud to publish a symposium on Professor Luigino Bruni’s The Genesis and Ethos of the Market. Dr. Bruni’s book explores the history of capitalism and its underlying culture, emphasizing the role markets play in facilitating community and cooperation. 126 more words

Foundations

Wakefield's Dr. Fontaine elected to NCTE Committee

Wakefield Middle School English teacher Dorothy Fontaine has been elected to the National Council of Teachers of English Middle Level Section Nominating Committee for the academic year 2014-15. 72 more words

Independent School

A Visit to Notre Dame

Literally just across the street from St. Mary’s is the flagship campus that laid the cornerstone for the Catholic campus complexes that lie so close to one another in this corner of northern Indiana: the… 387 more words

College Equestrian