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The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge: Frozen in Action?

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge: Frozen in Action?

Despite the insane number of videos flooding my News Feed, I haven’t succumbed to the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. (The physical-getting-drenched-with-freezing-cold-liquid part, at l ...

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Ibang Klaseng CAMPamilya: CAMP Study Abroad Conference 2014

Ibang Klaseng CAMPamilya: CAMP Study Abroad Conference 2014

If you’re an ambitious high school student drawn to the idea of studying abroad but have absolutely no idea where to start, then CAMP Philippines is for you. About CAMP (College A ...

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Stanford Pre-Collegiate Summer: Better than the movies

Stanford Pre-Collegiate Summer: Better than the movies

It’s like the movies; maybe a little better I was given the privilege to experience being at a world-renowned university for 3 weeks.  I ate at the dining hall, slept at the resid ...

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Rejection: How to Overcome this Evil

Rejection: How to Overcome this Evil

As any other Ivy-dreamers, my eyes were fixated to a 5.5-inch screen displaying a kind of the most important letters I had ever received since 1997. My hands were vibrating. My li ...

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The Katamari Effect

The Katamari Effect

Life is made of small decisions; one man does not make an army, but an army is made of men. I definitely learned this golden nugget from Katamari Damacy. For those who aren’t fami ...

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Breaking Boundaries with Teach for Philippines

Breaking Boundaries with Teach for Philippines

As members of the next generation, it's our responsibility to take action for situations, where we can make a difference. Even the smallest of actions can make the biggest impact ...

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The Prime Goal: To graduate University as fast as possible

The Prime Goal: To graduate University as fast as possible

Check out the first post of Cynthia's Life Aspirations' Series here: http://www.globalyouthjournal.com/the-pursuit-of-happiness/ The Prime Goal: To graduate University as fast as ...

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Extraordinarily Ordinary: BlueSEAL 2014

Extraordinarily Ordinary: BlueSEAL 2014

It’s not everyday that we encounter extraordinary people. Out of the approximately seven billion people who currently exist in this world, how many of them do we know? How many of ...

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Being afraid….”How much of a difference can we really make?”

Being afraid….”How much of a difference can we really make?”

In an attempt to stay somewhat up-to-date with what’s happening in my country, I follow a handful of news accounts on Twitter. I find this to be a fast, simple, and efficient way ...

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Confessions of an incoming High School Senior

Confessions of an incoming High School Senior

“Don’t smoke.” “Don’t do drugs.” “No gambling.” “Stay in school.” These are just some of the things that people who are fortunate enough to have caring families have heard time an ...

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