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Rn, life sucks.

So I decided not go on the school trip to reeeally study to the test I have the next day. The thing is, none of my friends know that yet, and they’re always saying something like ‘Take a lot of clothes to the trip so we can all share” or “I’m so afraid of flying, I hate planes!”. 183 more words

Thoughts

Malala inaugurates school for Syrian Refugee Girls

Armed conflicts are still surviving in our days. While our ancestors fought bravely and fiercely to stop wars and to maintain peace, countries around the world are still in need for more power. 347 more words

Announcements

First Post & Reasoning

I don’t know if this has happened to any one of you reading this, but have you ever been so utterly disgusted by something you find on the Internet that you feel nauseous? 194 more words

Angry

Can WE do it? Heroes, Inspirations, and the REAL World Changers

Last week I had the pleasure of spending my evening with a group of middle/high school students from Asbury Park, NJ, through the program WAGE (Women Advocating for Girl’s Education). 654 more words

Edchat

Malala Yousafzai

I first heard about Malala in 2009, when snippets from her diary were published on the BBC website. In it she talks about the struggles to obtain an education, especially for girl. 720 more words

Reflections

Searching for the Perfect Secretary General of the UN

I’ve been tossing this around in my mind: in one of my favorite movies the main character states that she must work harder, her output must be… 468 more words

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