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Sebuket Bunga, Sepucuk Puisi, Sejuta Cinta

Apakah yang kumiliki, Anak-anakku,
sehingga layak mendapat ucapan di hari ini,
bersama sebuket bunga, sepucuk puisi, dan sejuta cinta?

Karena diri ini tak lebih dari lelaki, 189 more words

Story Of My Life

Clashing norms of deference

I posted this on FB. “How to be deferential but not excessively deferential: If you have a scheduled appointment with your professor and you can tell she is talking to someone else, knock or stick your head in so you are sure she knows you are there, then back up apologetically and say “I’ll be happy to wait.” Quietly waiting without letting her know you are there is a problem because she may prefer to get rid of the person in her office and stick to her schedule rather than run late with you, and she should be the one who gets to decide this.” 205 more words


The New Cost of Education

I remember my first day of school. My mom hugged me, handed me my lunch, and began to cry. I didn’t understand why, and perhaps I won’t fully understand until I have children of my own, but by then I will have a very different reason to cry. 202 more words


Students and Professors React to Paris Terror Attacks

by Jenna Gibson

contributing writer

On Friday, Nov. 13, tragedy struck France: coordinated terrorist attacks occurred all over Paris. These attacks involved mass shootings, hostage-taking, and suicide bombings, killing 129 people and injuring hundreds more. 547 more words


Michael Abagi takes path to success

By Akenda Steward
CCC Journalism Program
Michael Abagi, 24, a Camden County College student, is enrolled in the business administration program, having moved to the United States from Ghana for “a better life and education.” 22 more words

Camden County College

Students for Planned Parenthood Frustrated by Mizzou Leader

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) – Some University of Missouri students are expressing frustration with the campus chancellor after a Columbia Planned Parenthood clinic stopped performing abortions. 135 more words


Crouching at the Door (Genesis 4:7)

When temptation enters our hearts and minds, we either deal with it and gain mastery over it, or it eventually leads us to sinful actions. The time between the initial temptation and the chosen response is critical. 129 more words