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  • Nonfiction > All Nonfiction
    1. You have to believe in the staff. Possibly the greatest trap you can fall into is losing trust in your staff. Often times, I’ll find myself taking them for granted. When you’re caught up the stress of a deadline and things are not going smoothly, it’s so easy to forget who truly is the basi...
  • Nonfiction > Travel & Culture
    Nothing can describe the impact left on someone after going on a mission trip. The experiences one has while in an unfamiliar place, working with people you have possibly never met, and being completely out of your comfort zone can influence you more than anything. The members of the 2009 Honduras m...
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    “It only takes a second.” I have heard that phrase more times than necessary over the past year and a half. The first time I sat behind the steering wheel with my dad in the seat next to me, he dutifully laid out the rules for driving a car: no text messaging or talking on the phone, no eating w...
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    I felt the anticipation rise up from my chest and into my throat as we pulled into the driveway. The moment I had been picturing over and over again for months was finally here. The gates to the orphanage were slowly lifting above the van. We drove inside and began to unload. I anxiously looked ...
  • Opinion > School / College
    Long summer days seem infinite as the months of June and July slowly creep along. Each day filled with free time to hang with friends, free students savor every moment. The bliss of no responsibilities, no places to be, and no homework to be done doesn’t take long to set in. Sadly, however, th...
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    In February of 2007, a black van pulled onto the GAC campus intending to change the lives and point of views of many high-school students. At the chapel assembly that day, a video was introduced that was filmed in order to show the world the atrocities that were happening across the ocean. The ...
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    Since 1855, a building located on 34th and Civic Street in the city of Philadelphia has touched lives, hearts, and families. Being the first hospital to be designated exclusively for pediatric purposes, the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia has committed itself to finding and curing overlooke...

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