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Notable Alumni of the IB Program

By Caroline Cho

Due to its challenging courses and intense workload, the International Baccalaureate (IB) Program gave birth to many powerful icons in the political world. 379 more words


Young feminists to look out for

By Madina Safdari

The age old battle for female liberation is one that will not likely come to an end anytime soon. However, that is not to say that women’s history has not come a long way already. 897 more words


Voice of experience

Austin Obasohan’s voice still carries the rich, singing accent of the small Nigerian village where he grew up, an accent that can, at times, deceive American ears. 1,272 more words


Wetheral/Scotby Guided Walk

Sunday 9th April

Brampton Walkers are Welcome free led walk.

Leader:Barry Maxwell of the Ramblers.

Wetheral /Scotby area. About 5 miles. Level walking.

Route: From under Wetheral Viaduct, to Gatehouse and Priory, Scotby Shield, Scotby village, Warwick -on- Eden via golf course back to Wetheral. 41 more words


Day 29: Olveiroa, Spain

Day 29 Date: Tuesday, Oct 4, 2016 Start: Negreira Stop: Albergue Horreo  Olveiroa     👍 Distance (Day/Total): 34/690 km High Temp: 18 C/64 F

A single thumbs up or down is simply an indication of whether I would stay there again or not.   709 more words


Tennis' Love-Hate Relationship with the Revolutionary Serena Williams

Many were tuned-in to Serena Williams’ Calendar Slam run as a historic cultural and sporting moment. If she had won the US Open, it would have been her fifth consecutive slam and 22nd career slam. 1,284 more words


Spring by the Sea

Isle of Wight’s Kerstin Anderson scoots backwards along the sand to her belongings on Buckroe Beach in Hampton. Anderson spent her birthday at the beach testing out her new silicon mermaid tail on Tuesday, March 27, 2017. 6 more words

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