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Recent Testimonials from Visa Coach's Immigration clients


Our day at the embassy, this is how it went. We walked up to the interview window, it was almost like walking up to a bank teller window. 115 more words

From Lauren Patrick: 'Every minute I spent in our newsroom was incredible'

Name: Lauren Patrick

College Newspaper: The Red & Black

Where I Am Now: Editor at PrettySouthern.com

Being the Editor-in-Chief of The Red & Black was a dream come true. 68 more words

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From David Aldridge: I learned about hard work, sacrifice and the importance of small gestures

Name: David Aldridge

College Newspaper: The Eagle, American University, 1983-87

Where I Am Now: Reporter, Turner Sports

Working at The Eagle at American University in Washington, D.C.–back before many of y’all were zygotes–changed my life, and all to the good. 161 more words

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Message to Jake. An alienated brother. This is child abuse.


#離婚 #brainwashed #被洗腦 #children #兒童 #court #法院 #parent #家長 #parenting #養育子女 #parental #家長的 #alienation #疏離感 #erased #已抺去 #family #家庭 #hongkong #香港 #child #孩子 #abuse #濫用/虐待 #mother #母親 #father #父親 #mom #dad #爸爸 #familycourthk #daughter #son #ca #dvo #domestic #violence

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Registration for 2018-2019

Assalamu Alaikum. We are now registering students for the 2018-2019 school year. If you have not received a copy of the registration form, it can be found in the link below and returned by the registration deadline April 30th.

WIS 2018-2019 Registration Form

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From Carolyn Roque: Journalism and the truth matter so much right now.

Name: Carolyn Roque

Where I am now: FSView & Florida Flambeau/Staff Writer (Tallahassee, Florida)

My interest in journalism began in high school after I took a journalism class and then went on to join the yearbook staff for the next 3 years. 319 more words

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From Roy LeBlanc: Student newsrooms prepare tomorrow's newsroom leaders

Name: Roy LeBlanc

Where I Am Now: Tampa Bay Times, Assistant Metro Editor

As a recruiter of tomorrow’s newsroom leaders, I can say without hesitation that the young journalists who come to me most prepared are the ones who have left their blood, sweat and tears on a student newsroom keyboard (or ancient couch, in some cases). 96 more words

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