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Monday, January 26, 2015

Now I want to start off by saying this is not a guide on how to pass Mark's class without doing busy work, this is simply how I passed without turning in one assignment. Over the semester I HAVE LEARNED that if you ace almost every test you can and will pass with a c or a b ( with a little leeway from middins). Although I am not like most people, in the sense that I am opposite to most when it comes to tests and busy work, anyone can pass Iddins' class without doing a single thing. This is the most interesting thing I have learned over the semester, but i would not condone this sort of behavior unless you are naturally lazy, like me, then this is what you should probably try to do. You can also just not be lazy and do the busy work, but to each his own. I hope anyone that reads this can use the knowledge I have gained to their advantage, good luck.                                                        

Monday, April 7, 2014

What We're About

We'd like the Bethel community to be more aware of the injustice that occurs everyday throughout the third world. We are largely inspired by the Half the Sky Movement. One of the best ways to combat world poverty is to support women's education. There's this strong opinion in many of these countries that women shouldn't get the same education as men or are worthless because of their gender. We, as a world, are not using all our resources if we continue to let so many women continue to be oppressed and mistreated. We are inspired to not only educate the Graham community (and beyond) but too do our part to stop some of the injustice. This is a lot easier than it sounds and one of the ways we are starting to contribute is through Please join our efforts and join our kiva group.
For just $25 you can change a life, get paid back, and help someone else, or take it out, either way you are making a real contribution.

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