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Who even cares any more?

Imagine yourself
in today’s modern world,
bombarded with visions of
those less fortunate, of those
“starving children,” of those
horrific working conditions
in far away third world countries.
Envision the constant
images that are thrown your
way of the stereotypical
African boy; plagued with
malnutrition complete with
a great view of his ribcage,
and sad, helpless eyes. Think

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How BSGE Differs from Other Schools

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2008 Presidential Campaign for Dummies

As many of us should know, the United States holds elections every four years. The president is chosen by the people and for the people through a process called voting. To vote you must be 18 or older and must be a U.S. citizen. However, it is significant for us to under­stand that what constitutes an election is more than just the buttons we press.

Running for president starts about 1 year before Election Day. This g

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2012: The World’s Fate

by Kris K ’11

There are around 6 billion people living on Earth at this moment. Many people believe that in a mere three years the world’s population, all six billion people, will be wiped off the face of the Earth. There are a number of different prophecies and theories that all end with “The End.” The end of the world, that is.
People have always been predicting the Earth’s last year, month, day or even hour however, obviously, none of them have ever come true. June 6th, 2006 was apparently going to be the end of the world because of its symbolic date, 666. And a little over three years a later the Earth still stands. Before that we had the Y2K scare. Violent, planet-wide death was supposed to come with the turn of the millennium.
Unlike many previous so-called dates of the apocalypse many different theories exist that