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MY TAKE ON 50 SHADES OF GREY

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Despite the furore over the book and the movie, I still haven’t read 50SoG. Why not? I hear you ask.  … 426 more words

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Malala Yousafzai: A Symbol of Hope

I just finished Malala Yousafzai’s book I am Malala, and it has made me thankful for what I take for granted as well as inspired me to become more informed about the events occurring in the world today. 1,022 more words

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Junaid: Perceptions are not always accurate

Junaid Kamran, a student from Pakistan studying digital design, is a participant in the Northwest Community College Initiative (NWCCI) program at Pierce College. In this blog post he addresses stereotypes, sharing what he has learned so far this year regarding perceptions and reality, and how he seeks to change misconceptions about his home country through this cultural exchange program. 743 more words

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Day 11: I Am Malala

What I love most about college is the incredible people I get to meet and listen to. It has astonished me how easy it is to come in to contact with leaders in both my small community and of the world. 335 more words

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International Women's Day: 3 Powerful Women!

“When a man gives his opinion, he’s a man. When a woman gives her opinion, she’s a bitch.”
― Bette Davis

Happy (Belated) International Women’s Day!  250 more words

I Am Malala

How do I even review this? This memoir is on a completely different playing field from most books. So, for starters, it was one of the most inspiring and eye-opening books I have read in a long, long time. 195 more words

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