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#50booksin2014: The First Five

I spent the better part of my high school & college years reading novels for tests or essays, but rarely for pleasure. I missed out on so many good books and decided that my post-grad life would be full of reading books of my choosing. 745 more words

Book group – April 2014

This month we are reading One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich by Alexander Solzhenitsyn, originally published in 1962.

The publication of this description of a prison camp and the treatment of an ordinary prisoner was a historic event both in the Soviet Union and outside. 47 more words

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Spring Break Day 2

Day two (Monday) of our spring break was spent in the Prison Camp area again. We still had quite a few routes in that area that we wanted to try, so after cooking breakfast and making a quick run back to Tucson to get some more supplies, we hiked in and climbed for the afternoon. 35 more words

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In Print

For topics related to health and wellness, there is a multitude of print sources of media. Countless cookbooks divulge the latest tips and recipes in order to be successful in fulfilling one’s nutritional needs for a myriad of diets, from those dealing with specific ingredient avoidance such as… 602 more words

TOWER OF FEAR

The Ivory Tower

Written by Kirstin Pulioff

This is a well written short story set in a dystopian world where fear and repression are the norms of everyday living. 427 more words

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Former Guard Admits Dogs Ripped Kids To Pieces In North Korean Prison Camp

GENEVA (CBS DC) – A former guard at a North Korean prison camp admitted that he witnessed dogs attacking school children and ripping them to pieces. 244 more words

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