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A New Adventure!

Well, after a long seven years of rigorous academic trials and tribulations, I have finally graduated with my bachelor’s and master’s degrees and gotten a real job! 898 more words

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Porter County Museum--An Arts Corridor "Anchor"

Despite the heat and humidity of July, Porter County Museum drew a crowd to their 2nd annual block party, offering free food and, as always, free admission to their exhibits. 482 more words

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Throwback Thursday: Vienna waits for me

On Thursday evening, I’ll be hopping on a plane for Vienna, Austria, for the biennial International Congress of Law and Mental Health, a week-long event that draws some 1,000 people from around the world. 325 more words


As summer approaches, winter has given way to spring in Boston

The brutal winter that we experienced here in Boston has finally given way to more civilized weather, even if piles of snow collected during January and February and deposited in designated snow removal areas have not fully melted. 737 more words


Kaukauna, Wittmann reign in FVA golf meet

GREENLEAF – Kaukauna’s Mitchell Wittmann spent the day scrambling and when it was over, he was the Fox Valley Association boys’ golf champion.

Wittmann, a senior, shot an even-par 72 to win the FVA title by one stroke over Neenah’s Sam Galloway on Saturday at Wander Springs Golf Course. 480 more words


Zane Trace’s Wolfe signs with Northern Kentucky

KINNIKINNICK – Many high school athletes dream of participating in collegiate sports at the Division I level. However, only a select few can claim they’ve turned the dream into reality. 927 more words


Final exam season: Recalling late night munchies for student chow hounds

If this headline and photo are to be believed, collegiate munchies have definitely stepped up a notch or two since my student days. Those burgers look pretty darn good, don’t they? 472 more words