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KILIMANJARO MOLDING

KILIMANJARO MOLDING

Sterling Rollins climbed Kilimanjaro with his family when he was 15 in 2010. Have a look at his eloquent account of the climb, written recently at age 17 for his English class.

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DIVINE SCIENCE

“Where do we come from? And where are we going?” The mystery of our being is a widely debated subject that never fails to fascinate. Perhaps reincarnation best describes the repetitive cycle of birth, death, and rebirth?

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WORLD HERITAGE SITES

They are some of the world’s cultural icons and richest ecosystems.

Established in 1972 at a United Nations convention, today the list of World Heritage sites has ballooned to 936 in 153 countries.

UNESCO has come under increasing pressure and criticism for its World Heritage campaign.

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WHY TUSKER?

WHY TUSKER?

Despite being the “golden” group member, Jim O’Brien regales over his Kilimanjaro climb, foggy summit and all.

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THE YOUNG MAN AND THE SEA

One “lone wolf” bequeathed to us by history stands above the rest, at least in terms of sheer swagger and audacity. John Fairfax was the first human being to row solo across any ocean—the Atlantic, and he’s first to row across the Pacific, period.

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