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My Peace Corps Experience as a Native American

The following article originally appeared Sept. 2, 2014 on IndianCountryTodayMediaNetwork.com

Growing up on a Native American reservation has profoundly impacted my life choices and career path. 498 more words


Canal Zone License

We know that this license belonged to Jean Dough Judge.

What can you tell us about the process of getting a license in the Canal Zone? 16 more words

Object Of The Day

Surf in Santa Catalina, Panama

The Impact Zone

By Amy Balbier

I am gasping for air mixed with salty vapor, my feet are bloody from the tango on the journey out. 850 more words


Share in The 100th Anniversary Celebrations

The Canal de Panama has released a whole series of YouTube videos covering the festivities and celebrations of the 100th Anniversary of the Panama Canal. Want to share in the celebration. 113 more words

Final Days in Panama

Friday was my last day of Spanish classes. I took a practice DELE exam, in which my teacher concluded that I passed, but I will still be very nervous to test for my diploma in the fall. 413 more words

It's almost here! Panama here we come!

We just finished the first of two estate sales. The first went relatively well, though we still have too many things here. So hence the decision to have a second one. 397 more words


Feria de Arte

Era un día de calor tórrido en julio. No del todo inesperado para esta época del año, pero aún caluroso y húmedo, como una toalla húmeda remojo, caliente envuelta alrededor de su cuerpo. 3,700 more words