I’m probably going to drive people a little crazy with this but right now my life is revolving around this one effort and I want to celebrate every last milestone and so I am pleased to announce I have received my second donation! 168 more words
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Writing a Poem – How Hard Could it Be?
As it is National Poetry Day on 2nd October, some of our centres are running poetry writing classes and competitions for our students to write a piece of poetry. 524 more words
OAKLAND (CBS / AP) — University of California President Janet Napolitano says she is examining whether the public college system has been admitting too many out-of-state and international students. 129 more words
In a poignant essay titled “Office Hours” by Preston Hutcherson, he goes out to seek whether the price of tuition at a private university where he is a student means a better education than that at a nearby community college. 182 more words
The past two Friday evenings were spent doing polework exercises with Patricia Warren. Al, Fenway, Lady, Bonzo and Paddy’s youngster benefitted greatly from their co-ordination and muscle-building endeavours while their riders learned about rhythm and picked up a few new tricks like the rising canter. 49 more words
An Engrossing Day of Ceol Mor at Oban 2014
By Robert Wallace
Argyllshire Gathering, August 27th and 28th, 2014.
Those of us honoured with being asked to judge at the Argyllshire Gathering meet the evening beforehand to receive our instructions from Piping Steward Jamie Mellor and his Assistant Torquil Telfer. 20 more words