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Caroline Santos

Caroline Santos

Estudante de jornalismo

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Monica Hand

Monica Hand

Monica is a culture, wellness and people writer based out of Uwajima, Japan. She has written for Narratively, …

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Azaria Howell

Azaria Howell

Mum told me not to talk about politics online. News Editor for Victoria University of Wellington's Salient Magazine …

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Gemma Aartsma

The Netherlands-based writer, translator, and editor specialised in online content, scientific publications, and literary fiction. Most of my …

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Juliana Monaco

Juliana Monaco

Olá, tudo bem? (:Tenho 25 anos e sou formada em Jornalismo pela Faculdade Cásper Líbero. Atualmente, sou redatora …

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Naiara Ashaia Rodrigues dos Santos

Naiara Ashaia Rodrigues dos Santos

Graduanda em Jornalismo pela Universidade Federal de Uberlândia (UFU), é dinâmica, comunicativa, com espírito de liderança e tem …

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Plan the Perfect Hiroshima Vacation

Hello Hiroshima Association, where I work as a director, has launched a new project of an online experience to introduce potential foreign tourists to Hiroshima on Airbnb. My role is to coordinate this project by managing meetings with my 10 team members, forming a collective opinion, and summarising these ideas into a presentation in English. The website of Hello Hiroshima Project: https://hello-hiroshima.com/
By Miki Matsuda
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SA Mining March/April 2022

Caterpillar autonomously hauls more than one billion tonnes of material Promotions at NSDV Third-party rail access now a reality University of Pretoria to launch research centre for mechanised mining systems The frequency of power outages creates downward pressure on productivity, labour output and the performance of mining and other key sectors. Can – and should – mines go o the grid? Renewable energy plants won’t allow mines to go completely o -grid just yet – but will allow them to make sig
By Benjamin Van Der Veen
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Taking on the Fashion Industry

For any artist, no matter the medium, it’s always difficult to get your work out there. Fashion in particular is always a tough area to get involved with due to the constantly changing trends and excessive labor and time devotion. While fashion wasn’t her initial plan, Orlando-based designer Paige Sechrist found herself quickly making strides in the fashion industry through social media.
By Shayne Watson
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March 2022 Sussex Living

Sara Whatley has been chatting to Robin Ticciati about his love for music and for Sussex We sent Robert Veitch to see the Lindfield based team in action and learn more about what they do Lisa de Silva recently met the team at Brock Taylor and discovered they have an eviable reputation Some of the best events in Sussex this spring Combing the best of Eastern style and Victorian country charm in the west of the county The team at Sussex Stoneworks invited Ruth Lawrence to Hurstpierpoint to se
By Henry Tydeman
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Article: “Vacation Envy” – Digital Page 15

The photos arrived via email from a friend of mine showing himself and another friend who, like myself, are sitting. One small difference. The boys are kicking back in beach chairs, wearing smiles like they’re auditioning for a toothpaste ad. Each picture showed the Atlantic Ocean in the background and a plate full of of shrimp hogging the foreground.
By tom kuntzmann
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CELEBRATING OUR HISTORY

Throughout its 100-year history, the Akron Art Museum has been a catalyst for arts and culture in the community. Today, in its centennial year, the Museum’s collection is presented in a spectacular facility designed Lauryn Crawford Social Content Creator by Viennese architectural firm Coop Himmelb(l)au and includes more than 7,000 works of art. The journey of its transformation into the organization that it is today came with many successes and challenges. In 1922, what was then known as
By Lauryn-Ashley Crawford
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