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Brain Food: 7 Healthy, Affordable Study Breakfasts

You should never skip breakfast as it determines the kind of day that you’ll have. But try saying that to a student with a busy morning schedule and a budget to maintain. 1,203 more words

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Summer Blogging Hiatus / Guest Blog Post

The home office has finally noticed the large amount of unread books in my possession. Management has therefore ordered a cessation to all blog operations for the rest of the summer in order to get the backlog lowered. 98 more words

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The Other Vietnam War: A Helicopter Pilot's Life in Vietnam By Marc Cullison

The Other Vietnam War: A Helicopter Pilot’s Life in Vietnam

By Marc Cullison

Genre: Biographies & Memoirs, Historical, Military & Wars, Vietnam War

Book Description… 1,210 more words

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From the Desk of Lina del Castillo: "Colonial Legacies" of Latin America

Lina del Castillo is an assistant professor of history and Latin American studies at the University of Texas at Austin. She is the author of… 821 more words

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The Solo Travel Experience Of A Black Man

Traveling by yourself to a foreign country and being a young black male are two things that don’t go hand in hand easily.

Diversity and multiculturalism have been things that have gained so much traction and is becoming more and more common over decades but unfortunately, even in 2018,  the subject of racial tension and unease when a person of colour is abroad in a foreign country still has to be discussed. 932 more words


Sergeant Guest Blog - how Samaritans are making a difference to people in police cells

ICVA often visits police custody to see what happens on the ground.  We were delighted to meet a Sergeant in Dorset who shared her experiences on how police custody can be an opportunity for detainees to turn their lives around: 551 more words

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Effective Treatments for Depression – Part One by Sharon DeVinney, Ph.D.

Effective Treatments for Depression – Part One – by Sharon DeVinney, Ph.D.

Last month I discussed the symptoms of depression. So, what if you’ve accepted you may be “depressed” in the clinical sense, which means you need to pursue treatment for it? 554 more words

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