“Rock Bottom” with a Sky High Spirit

"Yea Mon, respect." He said, as I compliment him. A man that goes by the name of "Rock Bottom" had me in awe visiting his shop on July, 20th, 2017 in Port Antonio, Jamaica. The most exciting event of my vacation happened that Thursday evening. His shop full of wood-based carvings, creativity at its finest. …

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Dr. Thomas, The Teacher of Many Topics

 Dr. Thomas, The Teacher of Many Topics “I always knew I wanted to be a teacher, people told me I was a natural." - Thomas Dr. Jacqueline Thomas is a French Professor at Texas A&M University- Kingsville. She is from Bristol, England.  She has taught at TAMUK for over thirty years. “She knows the insides …

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Why visit the Grand Canyon? It has its own University.

The Grand Canyon is beautifully breath-taking, and pictures could not do it justice. It is a metamorphized National Park made of sedimentary rocks. The rocks found in the Grand Canyon are sandstone, shale, and limestone. The Colorado river splits the canyon down the middle as it carved out the rock from over five million years …

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The Culture of Sierra Leone

The people, culture, and history of Sierra Leone is one of a kind.Sierra Leone is a country in West Africa. It is surrounded by, Liberia, Guinea, and the Atlantic Ocean, unlike other tropical climates surrounded by the Caribbean Sea. Sierra Leone has both savannas and rain forests. It has a tropical island-feel climate. The flag …

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“Pizza, Pajamas, and Poetry”

“Pizza, Pajamas, and Poetry” “You’ve got to stop getting out of bed like you’re an oil spill, stop acting like an accident Rudy, you’re not an accident, Rudy!” Those were the words from the poem “17” by Rudy Francisco, the Guest Speaker of the event “Pizza, Pajamas, and Poetry”. It’s one of the many lines …

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