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[Game Review] Skippity

Skippity là trò chơi chiến thuật, dành cho trẻ từ 5 tuổi trở lên. Trò chơi này giúp trẻ rèn luyện khả năng suy luận… 406 more words

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"Excuse me, can I have a slice of your Fatberg?" The Weird and Wonderful things that make a Museum.

I can still vividly remember the early hours trawling of the internet that was caused by a combination of insomnia and an unusual BBC News Article. 729 more words


Connections Conference 2017 Reflection

From Friday November 3rd to Saturday November 4th, I got the opportunity to attend CMU’s 2017 Connection’s Conference: Reaching New Heights at the Great Wolf Lodge in Traverse City, MI. 328 more words

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Spark Leadership Experience Reflection

Spark Leadership is a three session leadership program offered to all students at CMU. At each session you are assigned to meet with your group to work together and have discussions and then reflect out with the rest of the other teams. 318 more words

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President Ross Reflection

On Monday October 16, 2017, my cohort and I had the opportunity to meet and talk with Central Michigan University President, George E. Ross. President Ross gave us a brief background of his life, growing up in Alabama, the hardships he had endured, and his journey to becoming the fourteenth president of CMU.  127 more words

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LDR 100 Book Presentation Reflection

One of our primary required classes we for our LAS protocol is LDR 100L, An Introduction to Leadership Education. Together with members of my cohort we were divided into groups to do a project and presentation with different leaderships we were assigned. 304 more words

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COM 267L Reflection

Another one of the required classes for the LAS protocol is COM 267L. This class is an Introduction to Debate with an emphasis on Leadership. Overall this class was very interesting, educational, and useful. 487 more words

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