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New Beginnings: A Year of Change

Originally when I started this blog, it was a school project for an honors class at Mesa Community College. I thought that I would just close down the blog when the class was over, and that was it. 465 more words

Travel

June 12th Broadcast

View SJI’s June 12th news broadcast right here!

Arizona

Friday, June 15th Quick Hitters: Arizona Sports Teams Edition

I haven’t written a Quick Hitters column in month so time to bring it back this time with an Arizona sports-only theme!

-First, let me commend the Diamondbacks for turning things around quickly after it seemed like their season was going in the absolute dumpster. 586 more words

Sports

Choosing Music (and/or Money)

I distinctly remember when I started telling people I planned to go into music.

It wasn’t some grand announcement – I mean, I was a junior in high school – but the way people reacted, you would’ve thought I’d just proclaimed I was going to major in winning the presidency. 656 more words

Music

CBC Host Jessi Cruickshank Responds After Website Blasts Her LGBTQ Pride Video For Kids As 'Twisted'

June is Pride Month throughout the world and to celebrate, CBC host Jessi Cruickshank produced a video (above) in which she talks to kids about “gay loved ones, celebrities, and being a gay ally” to teach them about sexual diversity. 213 more words

Celebs

Fulbright chronicle #4

Here is the map of the Hungarian Fulbrighters of AY 2018-2019: who goes here and who goes there. I am happy to have three labels. One for Arizona State University (Tempe, Arizona), my host institution, giving my supervisor, one for the University of Chicago (Chicago, Illinois) and one for Duke University (Durham, North-Carolina). 8 more words

Economics