For most people, back to school means absurd costs for textbooks, a return to early morning classes and late nights finishing assignments. But for some fortunate â€“ or unfortunate â€“ people back to school can mean moving (back) out on their own or a complicated schedule that leaves us toCooking with Cassie: A Beginner's Guide to Cooking
"Hard times arouse an instinctive desire for authenticity."Jenn Regehr, one of the newly graduated students and designers ofÂ John Casablancas Institute, quoted this famous Coco Chanel quote when describing how class 132's graduation fashion showÂ "Wasted Youth"Â exemplified just that. "When times are rough, clothes can go into survival mode or come outYouth on the Runway: "Wasted Youth"
Name: Joe Cheang
Spotted On: West King Edward & Oak Street
Looking at individuals on the streets and combining unique styles together to create my own look
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With so much pressure from the media to look a certain way, teens often succumb to the glamorous end result they expect to have after buying a certain product or getting a certain hairstyle. Trying to look our best isnâ€™t a bad thing, but the line must be drawn, andAvoiding a â€˜Killer Tanâ€™
Application Closing Date: October 28, 2011
Position Title: Administrator
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The Vancouver Youth Symphony Orchestra is a non-profit, educational, community organization whose mission is to provide accessible, high caliber orchestral training to youth aged 8-22 through rehearsals, workshops and concerts. Entering its 82ndÂ year, the VYSO is comprisedVancouver Youth Symphony Orchestra Administrator
Friday, March 11, 2011, marked a devastating day as the Tohoku earthquake hit Eastern Japan at a 9.0 magnitude. It was known to be the most powerful known earthquake to ever hit Japan. As destructive as it looked on-screen, and as terrifying as it was to listen to it onDisaster Publicity: Media and Disaster