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BFA Fairfax Celebrates its 4th Chinese Cultural Exchange Camp

Target 4 – Engaged Community Partners. FWSU staff and students will collaborate, innovate, create and conceptualize ideas and learning with local, regional, state, and global partners to make a difference in their community, state, and world.

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Student Leadership Team | Apply Now!

Applications are available for our new Student Leadership Team for the 2014-2015 school year! This team will be made up of Seniors, Juniors, and potentially some sophomores. 99 more words


writing 101-15: say it aint so

Think about an event you’ve attended and loved. Your hometown’s annual fair. That life-changing music festival. A conference that shifted your worldview. Imagine you’re told it will be cancelled forever or taken over by an evil corporate force. 492 more words


How Student Government Shaped My University Experience

When I was preparing the start at Glendon, I knew I wanted to get involved, and that student council was definitely a possibility for me – and so in October of my first year, I ran for the position of First Year Representative (after fellow eAmbassador and then-First Year rep Gillian said I didn’t have a choice in the matter). 565 more words

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A Conversation with Luke Hanson, Luther College Aynah Chapter Leader

A conversation between Natalie Locke, Associate Director of Aynah and Luke Hanson, Luther College Aynah Chapter Leader and Recent Graduate

What drew you to Aynah? How did you find those people or that group? 2,675 more words


Final letter from the editor, '13-'14

Published in the June ’14 Circuit.

by Casey Jaywork | Editor in Chief

The end is nigh.

Not for the world – that’ll take at least a few more decades of pollution, war, and capital. 782 more words

Casey Jaywork

Student Leadership's leadership is broken

Published in the June ’14 Circuit.

by Casey Jaywork | Editor in Chief

If you repeat the same statement over and over again, eventually it will become true. 1,364 more words

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