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  • Don Anderson II
    Published about an hour ago
    9th Grade Field Trip

    9th Grade Field Trip

    Man, 9th grade. What a crazy year that was for me. If someone were to ask me what was my top 3 years in school were, 7th grade would be my top because it was my favorite and maybe 10th or 11th grade would be my third favorites while 9th grade would be my second favorite.
  • Monica Kumari
    Published about 3 hours ago
    5 Best Road Trip Weekend Gateways From Hyderabad

    5 Best Road Trip Weekend Gateways From Hyderabad

    Do you love to travel and explore the world? Well, then this article is definitely for you. Travel lovers, bikers, explorers, trekkers and everyone who fins peace in travelling, this is for you guys!
  • Nikki Gould
    Published about 4 hours ago
    To All Travellers impacted by the Pandemic

    To All Travellers impacted by the Pandemic

    To Whom It May Concern- every person who has EVER flown anywhere.
  • Kari Oakley
    Published a day ago
    8 Tips for Planning Your Dream Vacation

    8 Tips for Planning Your Dream Vacation

    There's something to look forward to enjoying about every season. Fall brings colorful leaves, pumpkins and trick-or-treating, while winter seems to begin with Christmas. But after Christmas, winter can seem to lag on and on. When the sun finally reveals itself once again, a person can feel like the groundhog who has been hidden away in the darkness for an eternity. But, excitement is in the air. Spring has arrived and it's time to start planning for summer, and summer means vacation!
  • Sam Fickling
    Published a day ago
    No Life in London

    No Life in London

    When I travelled to London in early December last year I secretly believed that my life would change for the better, that it would somehow transform itself into something that it hadn't been before. Little did I know how drastic things would become by the opening months of the following year, and all because of a noxious little coronavirus that virtually no Londoner was discussing when it first broke out in mainland China around Christmas. I wouldn't be surprised if most people thought it wouldn't reach them or that it would gradually disappear, that is, within the confines of the country just mentioned.
  • Kari Oakley
    Published 2 days ago
    5 Steps to Relocating from Canada to the United States

    5 Steps to Relocating from Canada to the United States

    Canadians often look to the United States as a country of opportunity and warmer temperatures. It shouldn’t be surprising that of the 9% of Canada’s citizens living abroad, the majority of them make their new home in the U.S. The most common reasons Canadians make the move south are for work, higher education, the climate and love. Whatever reason might have for considering the move, there are several important factors you need to plan for in your move, from where you will live to the process of making the move.
  • Auon Ali Syed
    Published 2 days ago
    To Toronto

    To Toronto

    Marine Biology or Sports Management two extremely interesting choices but both of them had very little scope in India. After a few unexpected wake up calls it was decided Sports Management it is, but challenges awaited me. Being an international student has its pros and cons, the first few months you are excited to wander around places go to downtown and be amazed at every street you turn at, college or university starts you make amazing friends you get to know them and vice versa, soon reality hits you now your worrying about your budget for the coming months how much are you going to spread? Do i really need to buy this? Should i look for something cheaper and there are tons of questions going off in your brain next thing you know you are hit with a wave of assignments and tests, you might take a little sigh of relief but you are aware of the midterms breathing down your neck for a better GPA. Now is the time you get more comfortable managing yourself with your finances and grades you are getting accustomed to a whole different culture ,a whole different country you make new friends with whom you make great memories but now is also the time you get homesick you miss family, friends, pets and everyone else more than you ever did. You can wait to get home and sleep in your bed again but before you know there is a global pandemic and all travel is restricted but you are lucky enough to find a summer job at an amusement park. In 8 months of living in a different country without family and people you can depend upon was certainly a strange feeling for me. Did i mention i was stuck at Hong Kong airport because of the protest going around that time thankfully my flight was the last one to depart, but the journey i was talking about is how I grew a person not only me I would every international student grows in stature as a person, you become a completely different person at least I did. Life changes drastically you become independent you manage your finances, you start doing the dishes, you might even start working part time, you might volunteer for Ice hockey team, in short everything becomes unpredictable i am supposed to finishing up my assignment instead here i am writing this down.
  • Shy Storyteller
    Published 2 days ago
    House Sharing Horror Story

    House Sharing Horror Story

    Student years can be some of the most beautiful but also some of the most challenging moments in someone's life. Like most, I moved from Eastern Europe to the UK in search for better opportunities, an improved quality of life and for better education. What better time to move than at 19 year old to start university? For those of you who don't know, at many universities in the UK you have guaranteed university accommodation in your first year but due to limited availability you have to rent privately from the second year onward.
  • Luke Milner
    Published 2 days ago
    S.S. Atlantic

    S.S. Atlantic

    The steamship Atlantic (1871) was built for the White Star Line, as part of a class of sisters. She was the second one after the Oceanic (1870). Following Oceanic and Atlantic were the Baltic (1871) and the Republic (1871). Following these would be the Adriatic (1871) and the Celtic (1872). These ships were built between 1870 and 1872, by Harland and Wolff in Belfast, which had been specified by a contract between Gustav Schwabe and Thomas Ismay that finance would be provided for the White Star Line on the condition it have its ships built by Harland and Wolff.