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Saying Goodbye: Stephanie McGregor, '18

Dr. Lori Askeland’s class on Native American Literature was life changing for me. It opened my eyes to ongoing Native American issues and gave me a deep appreciation for their literature, oral storytelling traditions, and diverse cultures.

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Registering to Vote

The state of Tennessee is ranked at the bottom of the list when it comes to voter turnout. One of the first things an 18 year old should do is register to vote. 238 more words


Food & Fitness After 50: It’s True! Good Things Come in Small Packages

“You can’t help getting older, but you don’t have to get old.” George Burns, Comedian

For 38 years, Bo worked in IT for IBM and then “retired” and worked for 3 years in the “best job I ever had.” That job was for the local Chamber of Commerce where “everyday was different, unpredictable, and fun.” But, being the people-person, she is, Bo says the best part was the people she worked with and the interactions with others in her community.

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Hawk alert

Tidbits from yesterday:

I did not wear a jacket/sweater for the first time this year. The temp soared to 70 degrees in Pennsylvania.   However, I left a fur coat in the back seat…. 185 more words


Best Locations to Visit for Seniors

If you’ve worked your entire life to reach pension, it is perfectly reasonable to feel entitled to some high-quality rest and recreation in faraway lands. By the time most people reach the retirement years – they’ve paid off their debts and put children through school. 683 more words

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How to Plan a Promposal

By Malique Lewis

As countless movies, and TV shows remind society over the years, prom is a once in a lifetime event. It is the last senior year activity before graduation. 526 more words