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DECODING CODE

DECODING CODE

Chris Bredt, a lawyer from Toronto, Canada, just finished his second climb up Kilimanjaro. Not only did he climb all the way to the summit of that massive mountain (twice!), but he also led a team that raised over $180,000 for charity on the most recent climb.

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BILL CLINTON’S EYES ON THE SKY

In 1997, former president Bill Clinton granted a wish to a 16-year old boy to meet him, through the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

Eight years later that same boy, with his lymphoma in remission, summitted Mt. Kilimanjaro, and called Clinton from the top. Inspired by his young friend, Clinton recently announced that he himself would like to climb Africa’s tallest peak.

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TIME IS ON MY SIDE

By on November 1, 2010 in Culture Category, Uncategorized

Time is not as straightforward as it seems. In fact, there are countless ways of understanding time, and many of the things that are important culturally, are often determined by a community’s unique understanding of time.

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PITTER PATTER

By on November 1, 2010 in Wildlife Category

In the midst of sprawling human civilization, the rest of the animal kingdom often appears to have disappeared.

But whether it is a lone coyote on the streets of Anaheim, or a family of raccoons passing through a swimming pool patio, creatures from the wild still live amongst us.

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CULTURAL THEFT

By on November 1, 2010 in Africa Category

There is a great demand amongst the art collectors and dealers of the world, both legitimate and criminal, to acquire authentic African art for profit and pleasure.

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