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#SubiAdventures: Spontaneous Trips & Nostalgia

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Summer has come to an end, classes are in full swing, and I find myself wondering where all the time has gone. The days seem shorter, the sun peeks into my window a little earlier, and I feel like I’m rushing against the clock. 1,061 more words


New York Congresswoman Says Push to Defend Temporary Protected Status Underway

U.S. Rep. Yvette Clarke (D-Brooklyn) says that she and Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer are putting pressure on President Donald Trump to come up with a solution for recipients of the Temporary Protected Status program, which benefits people from countries experiencing humanitarian crises. 845 more words


In the Caribbean, colonialism, inequality mean hurricanes hit harder

21 September 2017 |Levi Gahman and Gabrielle Thongs | UPI

Sept. 21 (UPI) — Hurricane Maria, the 15th tropical depression this season, is now battering the Caribbean, just two weeks after  1,091 more words


Trying my french out....


Je m’appelle Octavia et j’ai vingt-trois ans. Je suis étudiant aux États-Unis. J’étudie les communications. Je prends le français parce que j’adore Paris !!!!!! Au lycée, j’ai pris les Français aussi. 34 more words


Haitian Revolution


The Haitian Revolution can be considered more of a failure than a success.  The revolt  was successful and slaves gained Independence.Freedom had a varying definition according to different groups such as,Toussaint louverture, armies and the citizens. 833 more words

A Haitian Vampire Huntress, An Aztec Vampiress and A German WW1 U-Boat

A Haitian Vampire Huntress, An Aztec Vampiress and A German WW1 U-Boat

The Haitian vampire huntress Yoanna Soleil was working in her office in the Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince when her phone rang. 635 more words

Vampire Novel