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What are Minnesotans searching for this Valentine's Day?

How do you find the perfect present for your sweetheart? Google it, apparently.

Estately did some digging and found out what Valentine’s Day gifts people were Googling across the United States. 165 more words


Full Documentary: Maasai Warriors - Visual, Inspiring Story Of Humanity

Warriors’ features young Maasai warriors discovering cricket. This likeable and engaging documentary combines two themes which seem at first to have little to do with each both. 185 more words

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On February 14, 1859, Oregon was admitted to the Union as the 33rd state.

The name “Oregon,” pronounced Or-eh-gun, is thought to be derived from one of two Indian words: either “ 187 more words

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All Love is not Equal

Very often we see a pattern in novels that tell love stories. But besides the usual “boy meets girl, boy loses girl, and boy gets girl back,” there are other kinds of love stories and these are the ones I like to create in my novels. 326 more words


HEADLINE JULY 2015: Texas Just Shut Down Michelle Obama’s Mandates in a BIG WAY!

Headline 2014: Students in Full Revolt Against Michelle Obama’s Horrible School Lunch Mandate.

Texas just announced they have had ENOUGH of Michelle’s rules. Texas agriculture commissioner Sid Miller announced they are lifting a ban on the use of deep-fryers in school kitchens, and allowing sodas to be sold again in vending machines. 207 more words

Oregon: Lookin' good for 157!

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Sunday is not only Valentine’s Day, it is also Oregon’s birthday.

February 14 is the 157th anniversary of Oregon’s statehood.

The Oregon Historical Society… 69 more words


A (frustrated) American student in Germany

February 12th, 2016

In this week’s blog, our study abroad student, Clayton Winston Johans, continues sharing his experience and frustration as he tries to get accepted into a university in Germany. 505 more words