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Matthew 23:13-15 -- When those who teach are bad

For some reason, one of the English teachers in the Japanese high school I teach at was showing Karate Kid 2 to his students yesterday.  I can’t say much for the film, but the one character I really like is Mr. 525 more words


New body cameras for K-State police

MANHATTAN (KSNT) — The technology is still new enough that Kansas State officers are still learning how to use the body-mounted cameras.

The Department bought five cameras earlier this summer for its patrol officers. 225 more words


NFL's "zero-tolerance" policy on domestic violence

KIMT News 3 – Not long after the NFL implemented a new policy on domestic abuse, one player is putting that policy to the test and has many watching. 428 more words


Exploring your new home

Moving to a new city, a new place can be a difficult time for anyone, let alone a young adult moving away from their parents for the first time. 364 more words


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Moving to University this month? Few tips from a uni project on I did on things to look out for in your new city. To read the full list, click here. Hopefully you might find it useful.

What to Blog? How to Blog? When to Blog?

I’ve found that I have no main topic of choice! Ever! The only common theme of my writings are their relation to my life! 

My love for writing started as a child. 123 more words

Everyday Life

Well, this is it. Today’s the day. Today is the day that students go back to school across the the country, except in BC. Students are not going to be sitting in their overcrowded classrooms today. 149 more words


5 Tips for a Standout College Application Essay

One of the scariest parts of the entire college admission process is writing the dreaded college essay. Your essay reveals something important about you that your grades and test scores don’t—your personality. 220 more words