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  • The Power of Youth

    On February 1, 2013 former Massachusetts Senator, John Kerry, replaced Hilary Clinton as President Obama’s Secretary of State.  Seven months earlier, another major change occurred in the State Department when Zeenat Rahman was appointed as the Special Advisor for Global Youth Issues.  Zeenat laments, “The story that we hear about youth is not an accurate reality.  Youth are

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  • Tips for the College Admissions Process

    College applications- these words often strike fear into the hearts of even the most prepared students. Picking the college, writing the essays, making sure you have enough qualifications, the list goes on and on. It seems like there’s an endless amount of work to do on top of high school itself, but don’t worry. With

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  • Helping Bring in the New Year

    Hey! You! Are you just moping around wondering what you are going to be doing on New Years Eve? Well look no further because I am about to drop the ball on some great ideas on how to ring in the new year in a way you have never done before! Giving back to your community.

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  • The Gift of Music

    Three brothers from Missouri have been uplifting the spirits of the elderly in nursing homes through their orchestral music. Lemuel, Doren, and Alvin Lan volunteer at assisted living facilities by playing music to the residents and calming their minds. Lemuel and Doren play violin and Alvin plays the

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  • Children Helping Out

    Many volunteer organizations tend to target older individuals to participate in their service projects. However, children should be able to help their community as well! Here are five examples of service projects for younger individuals.

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