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19 June 1915 - South African Air Corps assists the offensive in SW Africa

Following the occupation of Karibib on 6 may and Windhoek on the 13th, General Smuts had been forced to wait for his supplies to catch up. 115 more words


NEC SAAC's 'It's On Us' Video Provides One of Year's Top Highlights

The success of Northeast Conference student-athletes extends far beyond the playing surface.

Supporting evidence for the prior statement was present at the 2015 NCAA Men’s Final Four this past April. 346 more words

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28 May 1915 - They’re gone

Soon after the occupation of Karibib, German South West Africa, on 6 May, an advanced party of the South African Aviation Corps took over an aerodrome previously used by the Germans and made it serviceable. 108 more words


6 May 1915 - South Africa joins the air war

Yesterday as part of the South African advance on German South-West Africa, General Botha Officer Commandering, successfully advanced and captured the capital Windhoek. The German forces have not surrendered however. 227 more words

Kinhas 101

Manginhas  is a Cebuano term; a tradition for those living near the sea wherein they look for sea shells early in the morning and/or in the afternoon when the tide is low. 196 more words


Attending the MEAC SAAC Conference

For those of you new to collegiate volleyball/sports, every school is required by the NCAA to have a SAAC (Student-Athlete Advisory Committee). This committee serves as the voice of student-athletes within the university. 373 more words


Soccer SAAC

Our school is part of SAAC (South American Athletic Conference) meaning that we have the opportunity to travel to different countries to play sports. This years the soccer SAAC was hosted in our school. 221 more words