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Senior Send-Off 2015

The faculty and staff of Silverdale Baptist Academy wanted to leave the graduating class of 2015 with some walks down memory lane, and words of wisdom as they venture into the next chapter of their lives: 2,176 more words

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A Response to Indignation Fatigue: Remembering the Value of a Voice

This is a response to the question posed in the article “What follows indignation fatigue?” I received an email from a friend, Elizabeth, from the USA. 710 more words

Self & Society

Get Your Skates On!

The “Season of Sports” continues…

By Linda Lenzke

“I want anyone who has ever said or felt that women are weak in any way to strap on a pair of skates and play two minutes of roller derby with them.” 885 more words

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Alexander And The Fishing Contest

Alexander and the Fishing Contest ~ by Emma Foster

Once there was a pelican named Alexander who lived near the beach. Every day, he would go fishing and he would always bring his favorite fishing pole. 379 more words

Birds

A Beginners Guide to Anime

Guest writer Leah Gardner helps you understand how to get into the ever-growing and increasingly popular world of anime.

As the Japanese cartoon style has been taking over the word recently many people want to get into the anime scene but are finding it hard choosing which anime to start on; here is my easy guide to choose which Anime to watch. 331 more words

{The Nest Opinion} Asking questions about surrogacy and secondary infertility

Today one of our gorgeous Nesters discusses the complex topic of surrogacy, secondary infertility and the damage that can be done when asking women questions about their family plans.. 723 more words

This Is Life

The Day Goodluck Jonathan Became My Hero, By Femi Aribisala

If President Jonathan was determined to win the 2015 election, he would have won by hook or crook.

I write this as someone who does not know President Jonathan personally.

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