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Full Of It: 5 Takeaways from the Women in Travel Summit '15

I’m sitting in a large, empty room at the Revere Hotel that just a few minutes ago housed 300 women (and one or two very supportive men) who are, or aspire to be, travel bloggers; ranging from globetrotters who spend months to years at a time on the road, volunteer travelers, niche domestic and international writers, just-for-fun, scrapbook style, curious industry attendees, etc. 795 more words


F.B.C. - Stop the ignorance! pt.3

Last week I started ranting on this blog about an article posted on the Zimbabwean Today website. I’m not going to go on about the article. 860 more words

Wits University

What others say about you is none of your business. When you hear them say something, say nothing back. Let their insecurities eat them. Besides, great minds don’t dissipate futile ones :)


The Work of These Fingers

By Matt Gano, WITS Writer-in-Residence

The Center School is full of deep thinkers and creative minds. The pumps are primed and these kids are ready to write. 588 more words

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Titus Masike just completed his BSc Nuclear Sciences and Engineering degree and is now studying Industrial Engineering. He is a model with Boss Model Management and plays the guitar when he isn’t on the runway or in class. 292 more words

Wits End & Wits Beginnings...

For now, you can call me cinnamon. Life can be very scary ride filled with so many unforseeable events. What my brain logically knows, my heart and body feels differently. 76 more words

Hurry the Stone

By Melanie Noel, WITS Writer-in-Residence

“hurry a lion into the cage of music

hurry stone to masquerade as a recluse

moving in parallel nights

who’s the visitor? 736 more words

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