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25th anniversary of Hurricane Iniki

Just a few weeks after Hurricane Andrew struck south Florida as a category-5 hurricane, the US suffered another devastating blow by a major hurricane, this time Hurricane Iniki in the Central Pacific Ocean.   172 more words

Observations

Opinion: Hurricanes Harvey and Irma are two of many extreme weather events unfolding in the world

By Anders Lorenzen

So far just under 200 people have lost their lives as a direct result of Hurricane Harvey and Irma’s devastation. Contrary to the portrayal from the vast majority of recent media output on extreme weather events, it is not the only catastrophic weather event happening at the same time. 475 more words

Extreme Weather

Influences

It’s time I rant about something that affects me major like. How I impact the people that are in my life? This is a question I ask myself all the time cause I mean I got a lottt of issues no lie and for the most part I try not to let that negativity that I have affect my interactions with people for number of reasons mainly because most of the people in my life can’t deal with well me. 265 more words

How Improv Changed My Life - The Negative Side

I am an outgoing person and love meeting new people but I do wonder if sometimes improv have a negative effect on my life.

Now this is a very controversial way to look at improv but I think it’s also an important way to look at it. 390 more words

Comedy

The world is running out of sand

(Source: www.businessinsider.com)

When people picture sand spread across idyllic beaches and endless deserts, they understandably think of it as an infinite resource. But as we discuss in a  970 more words

Money Matters

Changes

It’s been awhile since my last post. I’ve been busy readjusting to school- minor deadlines, bits of stress, and friendly faces everyday. While many things have remained, some aspects have been erased like the markings on the white board. 327 more words

Updates

Irma Impacts Cuba's Northern Coast

Camagüey, Sep 13rd – Hurricane Irma briefly strengthened to a Category 5, slamming Cuba’s coast late Friday night. It now continues its path as a Category 4 with sustained winds of 155 miles per hour, lashing evacuated coastal regions in Cuba and causing flooding. 201 more words

Cuba