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The Village Idiot (Long Read, but a good read!)

I was inspired to write this article after a friend insisted I watch the movie The Village, and I finally did, many months after the suggestion. 1,469 more words

Religion

Constants

Virtues rob vices
and vice versa.
Love steals hate,
hate morphs into love.
Light might walk in
or perhaps darkness will enter
Opinions snuff out indifference… 119 more words

The Start of Oswego State: Revolutionizing American Education

Oswego State began operation under the command of Edward Austin Sheldon, a man born in New Marlboro, Massachusetts, as a school for the education of teachers for the City of Oswego’s public schools. 745 more words

History

Tales from the Fast Lane - inspired by a true story

It had been a long, hard day at the ER and it would nice to go home and lay under the blankets for a few hours before her next shift. 999 more words

Medicine

Lost In Translation

It was early in 2017 in Mexico City and Alejandra Ramos was on the cusp of making what could be the most important decision of her life. 1,276 more words

Long Reads

Why John Oliver's Jester Is Now The True King Of News

My favourite journalist is a man who hates being called a journalist.

“It’s not journalism, it’s comedy—it’s comedy first, and it’s comedy second,” The Last Week Tonight’s John Oliver… 1,212 more words

Long Reads

Yes, There is Such a Post as a Digital Ambassador

Last January 2017, Denmark bared its plans to appoint a digital ambassador whose role was to forge a strong relationship between Denmark and the world’s top tech companies such as… 1,030 more words

The Foreign Service