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Girl Up Club

Written by: Kelsey Martin, senior

Sydney Faler found herself listening to Emma Watson’s (Hermione Granger from Harry Potter) speech to the United Nations about gender equality.   454 more words


In Harms Way-Former War Correspondent Fred Painton By: Brian Sherman

Frederick Painton was a giant among journalists, a correspondent who traveled throughout the globe describing the horror and heroism of two world wars from the viewpoint of the soldiers who were battling bloodcurdling fear and fearsome enemies. 1,013 more words


[Feature] 404

Published in Sinag, November – December 2011

“And if the party says that it is not four but five – then how many?”

“Four.” The word ended in a gasp of pain.

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[Feature] Ni Haos and Kumustas: Chinese-Filipinos in Contemporary Philippines

Published in Sinag, October 2010

“But they have also begun to move beyond the boundaries and roles by which they had been known. Since the mass naturalization under Marcos’s time […] they have not only moved out of the ethnic enclaves and into Filipino middle-class residential neighborhoods, but have taken up membership at the village golf club.” 541 more words


Cayuga Fund Now Accepting Grant Applications

March 2, 2015 (Cayuga, NY)- The Cayuga Community Fund is now accepting grant applications from tax-exempt, nonprofit organizations, that reside within, or serve residents of Cayuga County. 300 more words


the Ajanta Caves: discovering lost treasure

The Ajanta Caves were a sanctuary for Buddhist monks that was forgotten, along with its stunning riches, for nearly 1,500 years. Jonathan Glancey investigates. 424 more words