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New DCFC is beautiful, familiar

Krista DeJulio – Features Editor

Ben Gibbard of Death Cab for Cutie (DCFC) has one of the most recognizable voices in indie-pop music, even more so in his most recent album released March 31. 253 more words

Lasell College

FOOD FOR THOUGHT: BROKEN THINGS

I’ve read an interview of a couple that has been together for more than 65 years. When asked about their secret for a long-lasting and happy love, they answered: “We made it work because we were born in a century in which when something was broken, we actually fixed it instead of simply throwing it away.” 607 more words

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This Week's Favorites!

Hello all! I apologize for my short hiatus. I’m a marketing student, which means I either have a term project due for a class, a final for a class, or both. 620 more words

Lifestyle

Kintsugi- Death Cab for Cutie (Album Review)

Kintsugi, Death Cab’s eighth studio album, boasts indie rock charm with it’s pop melodies and smooth spoken choruses. From a meaningful, emotional standpoint, I found the majority of the tracks to lack that certain “pull at your heart strings” sensation that you can find in earlier works such as Plans or The Photo Album. 129 more words

Hope and Acceptance

 

Recently I published the first in what I plan to be a series of books providing suport to special needs parents.  Today I am sharing an excerpt from the final chapter. 888 more words

Special Needs Parenting

Kintsugi - Embracing The Flawed

Kintsugi is the Japanese technique of repairing pottery, in which the flaws and imperfections are celebrated, rather than hiding them. Contrasting, gold-filled cracks produce stunning results. 12 more words

Golden scars

I am about to begin my final term at university (well this one anyway).

As I catch up with friends, there is a palpable sense of final year stress, excitement and nostalgia. 291 more words

Mind