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Meet our student intern Santiago Salazar from U.C.F.

Meet our student intern Santiago Salazar from the University of Central Florida who is researching Youth Workforce Programs for his Capstone Project. Today Santiago met with Chelsea from Covenant House Florida DOVE Program to help him with his research. 16 more words


Seminole County Christmas Assistance Salvation Army, Sanford, Fl.

From October 27 – 31, 2014, Seminole County residents will be able to register for Christmas Assistance with The Salvation Army of Sanford, Florida. You must print and bring the completed application with you. 66 more words



Just to state in the beginning I am not journalist and will never be on, but I am highly interested in news and how journalism are going to evolve in the future. 256 more words


For Academics who have been Mobbed

If you have experienced any of the kind of stuff I talked about recently, maybe me talking about it will make you talk about it. I hope so. 669 more words


Ebola reminds me of a moment when I discovered I was utterly alone

Way back in the day, I was a student at a community college back in my home state of Wisconsin. I couldn’t afford to go to a big college, and I worked full-time for minimum wage. 434 more words


Silent revolution of news media

As a Generation X’er, I am one of the rare individuals (besides faculty and mid-careers) at MIT and Harvard who happen to remember the time before the commercial internet. 669 more words

The United States & Arendt's "Strength" : Too much of a 'good' thing.

I’d been meaning to balance my discussion of Canada’s preference for “power” versus America’s preference for “strength.” It is clear that my own preferences lie with “strength,” obviously, and so a reader could justifiably interpret the posts detailing Canada’s “power” orientation, and the subsequent effect its brand of colonialism had on aboriginal people, as a criticism of Canada and a high-five to the U.S. 1,394 more words

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