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Summer 2015 on The Jersey Shore.

It’s been 2 weeks since I graduated from Lasell, and it feels like it could have been years since the ceremony. The thrill of graduating soon ended and my mindset changed from senior week to the reality of thinking of the future. 138 more words


Flames of Remembrance

April of 1862 brought bitter fighting to a rural area on the banks of the Tennessee River. On April 6-7 the Union and Confederate armies faced each other in a battle that resulted in 23,746 killed, missing, and wounded soldiers. 642 more words

Southeast Region

Sprucing Up the Place

Every year Earth Day is a time to celebrate our wonderful planet and the amazing resources it has to offer.  From cascading waterfalls nestled in the mountains to the blooming flowers on the desert floor, the Earth has given us awe inspiring sites, artistic inspiration, and consumable resources. 302 more words


04/24 BSD School Board Meeting Transcript

Below is the transcript from the Public Comment part of last night’s agenda. Two students, Alphina Kamara and Alexis Cope, questioned board members about how they plan to increase African American/Latino enrollment in AP/IB courses. 1,513 more words


AmeriCorps Experience #8

by: Tyler Paul; crew leader 2017

The Wyoming Conservation Corps is a program that has enlightened me on the potential
of conserving the environment in my state and in my community. 163 more words


Bridging Together Technical and Social Worlds

Written By Emily Liptow, CSU STEM VISTA Member 2015-17 Cal Poly San Luis Obispo

I remember quite clearly a moment early in my undergraduate studies when I first became distraught at the social-technical divide that pervades our education system and society at large. 773 more words

AmeriCorps Experience #7

by: Tyler Carroll; crewmember 2016, crew leader 2017

During my time working with the Wyoming Conservation Corps, last summer and this winter/spring, I’ve been able to better understand my life ambitions while learning new ways to effectively work and lead in the outdoors. 186 more words