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Graduation Speech delivered by Bamidele Salako at the Inaugural Graduation Ceremony of the Grooming for Greatness Fellowship on Saturday, September 17th, 2016

Ladies and gentlemen,

On behalf of the inaugural graduating class of the Grooming for Greatness Fellowship, I want to say a big thank you to everyone, mentors, family, friends, colleagues and associates who have honoured the invitation to be part of and to witness the successful conclusion of the pilot edition of one of the most transformative events that’s happening on the African Continent. 1,154 more words


NEW STAND UP COMEDY! Why Anxiety Is A Survival Trait

Comedian Krish Mohan dives into the anxieties of being an Immigrant and making friends in America! Plus the importance of having anxiety for the sake of survival and more! 57 more words

Cultural Commentary

Yuran tadika di shah alam

Assalamualaikum wbt..

Having a toddler turning 4 next year is not a small matter in todays world as education is vital nowadays.Plus,I only have one kiddo so of course I want to give him the best I can insyaAllah. 316 more words

Libraries are Awesome.

Can we all just agree that libraries are awesome places? Even just the most basic concept is awesome. You go in, pick up a book, check it out, read it, and bring it back. 1,290 more words


Teacher brought to tears on flight when strangers give over $500 after hearing her passion

CHICAGO — Sometimes it pays to be chatty.

Talking is one thing Kimber Bermudez has no problem with, especially when you ask her about her job, and one of those conversations set off a chain reaction of kindness that netted her over $500. 473 more words

National/World News

Blog 3: Stereotypes

Part 1:

In what ways do stereotypes affect the way that we communicate with each other?

A stereotype is “…a fixed, over generalized belief about a particular group or class of people.” (Cardwell, 1996) In other terms, stereotypes basically are pre-made judgements about a person for example, usually with little to no logic behind them at least in these days. 311 more words