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  • by Maria Heinrichs

We hear of the ISIS attacks and other terrorist attacks and it doesn’t seem to end. It’s happened in Paris. A deadly situation unfolded when someone shot at people at random at a concert hall which was supposed to be filled with entertainment that night. 63 more words

Haiku: The Outsiders

“Maybe the two different worlds we lived in weren’t so different. We saw the same sunset.”  S.E.Hinton, The Outsiders

Unworthiness is the inmost frightening thought that you do not belong, no matter how much you want to belong, that you are an outsider and will always be an outsider.

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Book Adventures Weekly, Issue 39

It’s Monday again, and that means another edition of Book Adventures Weekly! Read on for your weekly round-up of bookish news.

Were you wondering what that new Netflix show,  275 more words


Lest We Forget - Paris and Remembrance Day Continued

-by Lisa Brock

Photo taken from: http://www.ndtv.com/world-news/paris-attacks-spain-wants-to-change-schengen-rules-to-thwart-islamist-returnees-725661

Now whenever someone mentions Paris, we immediately think of the horrors that have been inflicted over the past week. 294 more words


Global Outlook for 2016

2016 is just around the corner, and the pundits are plying their… punditry. Bloomberg has released its outlook for next year in terms of global trade, and SA is–no surprise–a no-show. 144 more words


10 Reasons Why You Should Visit EXPO

By: Alice M

MILAN- From the very first Exposition held in London in 1851, the world’s fair has always left a mark on history.

It didn’t only change the landscape of a city, for example the Eiffel Tower ( built in 1887) in Paris that became the symbol of the city, but it also plays an important role in the field of economy. 618 more words

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