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’Tis Better To Have Loved And Lost

She wore a yellow dress with three stripes at the front. Red first, blue in the middle and then red again. Creamy white tights covered her legs, and pink shoes dangled in the air as she gently swung her feet backwards and forwards in time with the clickety clack of the train tracks. 1,203 more words

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TEAM JAMAICA OPENS ACCOUNT WITH 9 MEDALS ON OPENING DAY OF CARIFTA 2017 SWIM CHAMPS IN THE BAHAMAS

Team Jamaica got off to a good start on the opening day of the 32nd annual CARIFTA Swimming Championships in The Bahamas. The Jamaican contingent won 9 medals Four Gold Two Silver and Three Bronze medals and saw 24 personal best times established… 1,043 more words

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SHAUN JOHNSON AND ANJUII BARRETT STRIKE GOLD AT 2017 EASTERNS

The 117th Annual Eastern Interscholastic Swimming and Diving Championships which was held from February 24-25, 2017 saw a number of the swimmers from the CARIFTA region participating at the prestigious Championships. 930 more words

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Local Music Tap: 4 Shows To See This Weekend

From a big band show at a downtown Minneapolis jazz club to a special anniversary at First Avenue, there are some great local shows this weekend. 297 more words

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2017 Storylines: Part 1

The new season is almost here — it’s kind of snuck up on me. In less than two weeks the Warriors will be running around Eden Park in search of their first title of 2017. 432 more words

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7 feel good rugby league stories from 2016

As you know, at Winners Aren’t Binners we’re all about promoting an ideal image for rugby league. We believe erasing violence from the game starts with creating a better culture for the game through its role models. 563 more words

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Why WAS Six Afraid of Seven, Anyway?: Shaun Johnson '13 has answer in new book

Shaun Johnson ’13, business technology administration, has written and illustrated his first children’s book, Why Was Six Afraid of Seven? The story is part anti-bullying parable and part reading-and-math primer, and involves the numbers Six, Seven, and Nine dealing with an interpersonal conflict and learning how to solve problems amongst themselves. 220 more words

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