Plan Like a Pro!

Plan Like a Pro!

November 15, 2012

Kitty The Lion

November 4, 2012

Mumford and Sons: Babel

Mumford and Sons: Babel

November 4, 2012

Iguassu Falls

Iguassu Falls

May 21, 2012

Shopping in Paraguay

Nikki M., Opinion Column Writer

April 20, 2012

Filed under Opinion

While Paraguay has a very small tourist industry, (I found very little to do in Paraguay, but the possibility of a tourist attraction existing, still stands!) it has a wonderful craft industry. The target customers of such an...

Why We Should Care About America’s Obesity Problem

Amanda R., Opinion Column Writer

March 27, 2012

Filed under Opinion

Soda. Candy. Frappucinos. Cookies. What do all of these foods have in common?   They’re loaded with sugar and fat.   The average American citizen consumes one hundred and fifty-six pounds of sugar per yea...

After School Activities: Cheaper in Paraguay

Nikki Macy, "Life in Paraguay" Editorial Writer

March 15, 2012

Filed under Opinion

Do you participate in any after school activities?  I do.  I take gymnastics three times a week for an hour and a half, and I ride horses every Saturday for an hour.  My sister takes tennis twice a week for 45 minutes. In...

Life in Paraguay…

Nikki Macy, "Life in Paraguay" Editorial Writer

February 15, 2012

Filed under Opinion

Have you ever seen a horse-drawn cart?  If not, come down to Paraguay and look at our garbage collectors and the people who come around to collect tree branches and other organic waste.  They drive carts pulled by one or...

Why We Should Care About the Death Penalty

Amanda R., Opinion Column Writer

January 3, 2012

Filed under Opinion

We’ve probably all heard about the string of highly publicized cases of death penalties lately. Such cases include Lawrence Russell Brewer, who was a white supremacist convicted of the brutal killing of James Byrd, and that...

Why Do We Care About Childhood Hunger?

Amanda R., Opinion Column Writer

January 3, 2012

Filed under Opinion

Recently, a study was released last week stating that 1 in 4 children do not have constant access to nutritional food, or don’t even receive food at all. For some, this may be an all-too-familiar experience, but for others it...

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