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It’s always nice when a friend you haven’t seen in awhile comes to visit. I thought it was about time she had some photos of herself since she’s changed so much over the last couple of years! 28 more words

Photography

College-Educated Immigrants in US - Has grown at more than twice the rate of U.S. born

The number of immigrants with higher education has grown at more than twice the rate of the same population among the U.S. born. Between 1990 and 2000, the college-educated immigrant population increased 89 percent from 3.1 million to 5.9 million, and a further 78 percent between 2000 and 2014 (from 5.9 million to 10.5 million, see Figure 1). 75 more words

United States

Managing Money, Credit and Debt After Graduation


By Lorraine Young, 3rd-year – Journalism

Attending college was an important investment in yourself and your future. After graduation, maximizing that investment means increased responsibility to… 437 more words

Winter 2016

About that girl that graduated.

Another Thanksgiving. Another Christmas.  and another New Year. They are all dreaded times for undergrads, grads, and graduates-again. And by graduates-again, I mean grads who went to college, graduated, and then went to another college and graduated (that’s me). 718 more words

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Senior Pricing

So many different looks, only one package, one price.  Let’s make your senior pictures stand out from the rest.

Southern California Photographer

Outdoors and In | Halifax Nova Scotia Senior Photographer

I was really excited when this graduating girl wanted to get senior pictures done.  Just like the grad in my last post, she was full of personality and we had lots of laughs. 144 more words

Halifax Photographer

Five Things 2016 College Grads Miss From Childhood

The 2000s-2010s have seen a lot of change, and a lot —if not most —of the games, shows and things we early twenty-year-olds knew and loved as children are totally obsolete. 114 more words

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