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The Seventeenth Tuesday: We Talk About Pulling Yourself Up by Your Bootstraps

I was unsure of what the expression was, to be honest. I was going to say “picking yourself up by your laces.” Thank God for Google. 964 more words



All of us probably know someone in our close circles who has survived cancer or other health scare. Our classmate Laura Ziskin lost her battle to breast cancer in 2011, but not before starting the charity, … 856 more words

Burbank High School

Gifts For Her

It’s the season of giving – our favorite time of year at Saint Vintage! There is nothing quite like watching your mom, sister, best friend or loved one open up a gift you hand-picked especially for them and seeing their face light up in excitement. 285 more words

Saint Vintage News

"Radio Jones And His Robot Dad" animated app by Oscar nominated Smith & Foulkes

I had immense pleasure writing the score for Smith & Foulkes’ animated app Radio Jones and his Robot Dad. All created from live instruments dotting around my studio, including a piano which hadn’t been tuned for a decade that had just been delivered! 46 more words


Making a Change for Charity

Paige Gryski                                                                                                                       Opinions_Editor                                                                                                                                             December 6, 2016

   For some, it is love for blood. For others, it is fondness for fashion shows or affection for mulch. No matter which passion is fueling them, the students of Atholton are striving to change the world. 767 more words

Atholton High School

Stand Up To Cancer

By: Nicole Foster- Class of 2018

Cancer– a word that no one likes to hear but nearly everyone is somehow affected by. At fourteen years old, I knew cancer as a terrible disease and but it was nothing I could ever relate to, that was until my own diagnosis of leukemia. 332 more words

Movember. The Importance of asking 'how are you'?

This will be the fifth occasion I have participated in Movember and it gets more important every year. Some might say the growing of a moustache is some gimmicky, hipster tradition to show the world ‘Hey, I’ll grow some ridiculous facial hair and get away with it for charity’. 459 more words