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Indiana University’s Honors Program helps students learn about other cultures

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May 23, 2013

Each summer, some students stay home working or vacationing with their families, while others travel to Europe to live with a host family and learn about a new culture firsthand. Students are offered this opportunity through Indiana University’s Honors Program in Foreign Languages, also known as the...

Time to Vote

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April 16, 2013

Alright, well first off I'm just going to say that even though I haven't written anything since February, I haven't given up on my blog yet. I'm hoping to start writing more often, but we'll see what happens. Now on to this week's topic: school elections. Other than Homecoming, Election Week(s) at...

Kids’ Corner fine tunes lesson plans for kids’ arrival Feb. 26

Kids’ Corner fine tunes lesson plans for kids’ arrival Feb. 26

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February 20, 2013

In the final week before the preschoolers arrive, the seniors in Kids’ Corner are putting the finishing touches on their lesson plans, according to Kids’ Corner teacher Kimberly Lenzo. She said in addition to coming up with activities, the seniors have to learn how to make sure the whole day...

Why I Dance

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February 19, 2013

Not surprisingly, here's another post related to Dance Marathon. But the last one was about convincing you all to dance or donate, which of course I still want you to do, but today is all about why I dance. Because, let's be honest, this blog is really all about me. Why do I dance? It's more complicated...

The Road to Feb. 23

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January 14, 2013

'Tis the season. Not the holiday season anymore, but everyone's second favorite: Dance Marathon season. Now, of course, for those of us behind the scenes, Dance Marathon is a full year thing. It's not just six hours of fun or a week of fundraising. But now it's January, and Carmel DM is fewer than six...

Kids’ Corner prepares for second semester with new group of seniors

Kids’ Corner prepares for second semester with new group of seniors

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January 11, 2013

For this semester of Kids’ Corner, there are over 30 students in the class according to Kids’ Corner teacher Kimberly Lenzo. She said adjusting to the number of students will be a challenge, but there are also benefits to the larger class. Just like last semester, the seniors will rotate cycles...

Winter Break

Winter Break

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December 29, 2012

It's finally time for a new post. I would write about everything I've done since school got out, but since I'm so interesting and have so many wonderful things to talk about, that would take a while. Spoiler, most of it involves sleeping and chocolate. So instead, I will write about my sister and I  ...

What a Spectacular Blog

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December 3, 2012

Alright, well, it's been a while since I've blogged. Part of it's because I've been busy, but mostly because I've been lazy. Every time I have time to write a blog, I'm like, "Meh, I'll go nap instead." But now that all my assignments for HiLite are cheap cialis onlinefinished and there's not really any proofreadin...

Birthday Blog…18 years and counting

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November 14, 2012

So, I know it's been a little while since my last post, but I don't think two weeks is too long. I was going to write about the election, but then I was too late. So I was going to write about my thoughts on the outcome; I actually even wrote some of it. But then I figured no one would want to read anything...

Kids’ Corner adjusts to new rotation, prepares for Halloween week

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November 3, 2012

According to Kids’ Corner teacher Kimberly Lenzo, the seniors in the Kids’ Corner class are in their second week of their new rotation. The seniors currently in the preschool room spent the last few weeks at Edu-Care. Lenzo said this group of seniors has a better feel for how the classroom should run. ...

Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween!

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October 31, 2012

Well it's been too long since I've updated this, but sorry I've had actual things to do. A quick recap: a fantastic fall break full of dancing, sleeping and reorganizing my whole closet, a boring week of school, a fun Halloween weekend dressed as first part of the rainbow and then an Indian and finally....

Homemade Halloween Costume Tutorials

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October 23, 2012

Dressing up for Halloween can be a stressful experience. First you have to decide on a costume; then you have to figure out the best way to create it. Sometimes, store-bought is the best option, but other times, putting together some items from home is cheaper and easier. This year, the HiLite not on...