One of my abiding travel memories is of sitting out on a warm West Bank night, eating hummus and fresh baked bread with three new friends. 206 more words
I’m not really one for talking on planes. I understand why people do it, and I know there’s a bit of a romantic notion behind bonding with a complete stranger while trapped in a confined space, but if I’m on a plane, chances are, I want to be sleeping, watching a new movie, or daydreaming. 568 more words
ALLIE LYTH HAS BEEN AN INTERN AT MENOKIN FOR TWO YEARS. DURING HER TENURE SHE HAS ASSISTED THE STAFF IN NUMEROUS PROJECTS AND EVENTS. SHE LIVES IN RICHMOND COUNTY, AND IS A JUNIOR AT CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT UNIVERSITY, PURSUING A DEGREE IN COMMUNICATIONS WITH A MINOR IN HISTORY. 675 more words
Good point. Why would we think our university system is so much better than our K-12 systems? The extremely average output of those systems include the students who go through the US university system. 101 more words
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This man’s life-work was so inconspicuous, that his name would now be wholly forgotten, but for one thing- he signed the Declaration of Independence. Yet his life was a most useful and worthy one.