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Veni, Vidi, Vici: Climbing Mt. Vesuvius

I somehow climbed to the peak of a 1,281 m active volcano – Mount Vesuvius.

… Wait, what?

That’s correct, I, Yasmin Shamim Wamala, willingly woke up early to be an active human being. 491 more words

Journalism

Three Tips for Tackling the Internship Search

Internships are huge, especially if you’re looking to go into a competitive industry (which is just about any career nowadays), and can make or break your future. 588 more words

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Stu Cowan: A golden moment for Beaconsfield's Lizanne Murphy and family

Team Canada shocked the basketball world on Monday night when it defeated the United States 81-73 to win the women’s gold medal at the Pan Am Games in Toronto. 1,094 more words

Beaconsfield

Irondequoit has a new varsity boys lacrosse coach

Irondequoit is home to one of the oldest and most successful high school boys lacrosse teams in Section V.

This is one of those varsity coaching jobs that comes with expectations to win from people around the team, including parents and former players. 421 more words

News

Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy?

I have been absolutely blessed with the opportunity to spend all of this month in Rome, expanding my skills as a journalist while exploring somewhere completely foreign and therefore new and exciting to me. 261 more words

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Gallery Mondays: Broken Blue Angry Birds Vase @ Hofstra's Emily Lowe Gallery

Feast your eyes on a broken vase from an exhibit called Past Traditions/New Voices in Asian Art, showcased at Hofstra University’s Emily Lowe Gallery during the fall of 2014. 95 more words

Pop Culture

M's July Book List

I’m addicted to all books, in any shape, form or condition. I could read for the entire day without stopping if I didn’t have to go to work or interact with other people (I mean c’mon, who needs friends when you have your books?). 514 more words

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