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Mayo or Bust

I had an appointment with a new neurologist on Friday at HUP (Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania). I didn’t have high hopes about them having the ability to run the tests I need, but figured it would be worth a shot anyways considering HUP is one of the top hospitals in the country (I think it ranked #1 in the region and #7 in the nation?) My neuro exam was fine, and the neurologist actually understood and knew about dysautonomia (unlike other doctors I’ve seen). 199 more words

Customs releases Obasanjo’s 'My Watch' autobiography container

The of Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) on Thursday said that it had released former President Olusegun Obasanjo’s 472 more words


How Do Your Dreams Influence Your Art?

I love returning to Art History. It is a comforting place…like a warm sweater on a cold night…nurturing, enveloping, familiar. And every time I return I discover something new and inspiring. 234 more words


Episode 14: Singin' in the Rain

In this episode, hear from four students involved in the Spring 2015 musical, Singin’ in the Rain. Visit our YouTube page, Twitter and Facebook for more coverage of the musical.

Newark City Schools Podcast

So, teenage stereotypes are true then?

Wednesday 15th April 2015

When people think of teenagers you think loud, obnoxious, troublesome – well this stereotype isn’t applicable to all.

Yesterday was my NCS graduation, a project where a bunch of teenagers who do not know each other, form a group and carry out a social action project in order to benefit the local community. 108 more words

Become an Associate Mentor on the National Citizen Service this summer!

Share your Experience and Develop Your skills as an Associate Mentor! 

What: The Challenge Society is looking for NCS graduates to come back and volunteer on the NCS programme this summer! 79 more words


What Does an Invisible Illness Look Like?

Ah, chronic illness cat… my new favorite meme! I’m sure pretty much anyone with an invisible illness has heard the typical “but you don’t look sick” or “you look great” lines at least once (but probably closer to a bajillion times). 622 more words