Gaithersburg Book Festival

As I mentioned in my last blog post, my 5th-grade class wrote a play with John Morigello, a member of Best Medicine Rep. This play was chosen to be performed by Best Medicine Rep at the Gaithersburg Book Festival, and … Continue reading

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Free: Play the Original “Minecraft” in Your Browser

A quick heads up from Engadget: “Minecraft is celebrating its 10th birthday by making its Classic version easily playable on web browsers. You don’t need to download any files to make it work, and you don’t have to pay a cent for access. Since Classic was only the second phase in the game’s development cycle, its […]

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Thank you, Next

People do NOT notice this, but when you are about to graduate, you tense up and feel nervous. I certainly do! Did I forget to mention the cost of graduation? Yes, graduation costs $170, but this memorable occasion only happens … Continue reading

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Internships 101: Free vs. Paid

My Mom told me this story about a man she and my Dad are friends with. When he was thirty years old in 1990, he immigrated to Canada from South Africa. He was a construction engineer in South Africa, but he had a hard time finding a job in Canada. He walked into the office […]

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Graduation is comin’!

Hiya! This is the last blog of the semester and I get to write it! I have been following all other bloggers at Universities at Shady Grove website, who are sharing their experiences of this semester and getting geared up … Continue reading

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The Faces of Depression

I work in a suburban hospital emergency room and each and every day, we care for at least two (oftentimes more) individuals who have attempted or are contemplating suicide, what we call “suicidal ideations”. Sometimes these patients come in on … Continue reading

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Thank you and Good Luck!

I cannot believe that next month is May already! Also, since this is my last post, I wanted to take this opportunity to say thank you and congratulations to all. For those graduating next month, congratulations on finishing your program! … Continue reading

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Less than a month away

For those of us graduating this spring, reality is starting to set in for us. What am I going to do after graduation? Where can I find a job after graduation? Should I pursue a master’s degree? What have I … Continue reading

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Watch and learn!

Being a Communications major, I am learning about social media. The big five of social media sites i.e Facebook, twitter, Instagram and Snapchat, Youtube are something we cannot live without. Social media has given its users a voice, and existence … Continue reading

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The Ten Greatest Films of All Time According to 358 Filmmakers

Every ten years, film journal Sight and Sound conducts a worldwide survey of film critics to decide which films are considered the best ever made. Started in 1952, the poll is now widely regarded as the most important and respected out there. And the critical consensus for a long time was that the masterpiece Citizen Kane by Orson […]

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