Archive - July 2011

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Making High School Meaningful: Part Five
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Graduation :)
3
Summer Internship: Setting My Foot in the Broadcasting World
4
Rochester! How I miss thee
5
Darien Lake!
6
How Disability-Friendly is the U of R?

Making High School Meaningful: Part Five

It’s okay to enter college undecided. Some of you know what you’re going to be when you grow up, and some of you have no idea. Some of you who think you know will change your mind. Most of my friends in college changed their minds, as have many current college students I know. College[…]

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Graduation :)

So I finally caught up to all you guys out there in America! I have officially graduated from Olympia High School, and I am part of the Class of 2011! For high school, anyways. Now it is on to working towards the Class of 2015 graduation! This was one of the most exciting days of[…]

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Summer Internship: Setting My Foot in the Broadcasting World

Deb Youn, Class of 2012, has been moving back and forth between Korea and the U.S. since she was born, retaining both cultures. This constant traveling led her to major in international relations, as well as English. She’s also pursuing a minor in Chinese. A self-described film junkie, Deb works as a projectionist on campus[…]

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Darien Lake!

For my last day of school, our senior class all took a trip to Darien Lake. Ever hear of it? Around Rochester it is very popular. It is a huge amusement park and water park. Also, lots of concerts and events happen there all summer long. Warped Tour comes in the summer, and many famous[…]

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How Disability-Friendly is the U of R?

By Ashley Foster, Mailing and Data Coordinator FACT: The number of students with disabilities attending degree-granting institutions saw a 69% increase from 1999 to 2003, and there is little evidence to show there has been any sort of decrease since then. As a current graduate student taking a course called Disability in Schools at the[…]

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