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Registration Tips !!

(Shaswat Koirala) Permanent link

First of all, thank you very much for all the warm comments. I am overwhelmed by the response I am getting on my blog and flickr photos.  

After a lengthy week (-.-'), I am back again with some helpful registration tips. 


If you plan to attend a college winter session, registration begins on Monday, November 7, 2011. I took a winter class (WS101) last year, and thouroughly enjoyed it. It is a great way to earn 3 credits in 20 days time. Although you have to put in extra hours,you won't feel like you are climbing a great hill in a short time. 

The spring registration begins on Monday, November 14, 2011. This is a very important date for most because some classes can fill up rather quickly - especially because everyone wants a good professor + a convenient schedule. The good news is that you are reading this blog, and you won't miss the opportunity to register at 12:00am on that day. Another good news is that the schedule is already available for viewing. So, hurry up, and start planning your schedule for the next semester !!


I trust in " ." This is something I ALWAYS use before registering for any classes. I've heard very few complaints about this website. As for their reviews, I've never had a bad experience myself. I always write reviews of the professors so that others can benefit from my perception too.


By the end of this semester, I will have attempted 46 credits at Montgomery College. Based on my personal experience, I want to share my must-take professor list. 

BI 107/203 - Dr. Margaret Birney

BI 204/205 - Prof. Janis Gallagher

CH 101/102 - Prof. Susan Bontems or Dr. Richard Pires

EN 101/102 - Prof. Dawn C. Downey 

MA 116 - Dr. Charles Osborne

PL 201 - Dr. Timothy McWhirter

PY 102 - Prof. Thomas Colligan

SP 108 - Dr. Aaron D. Johnson

WS 101 - Prof. Kateema Lee

Please feel free to contact me with any questions. Take care and hope to see you next Friday 



Jobs For A College Student

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As a college student, it’s difficult to find a full or part time job that works with your schedule.  I know because I’m a student at Montgomery College and an employee at Dunkin Donuts. Balancing both can be frustrating not to mention stressful especially during midterms and finals.  Dunkin Donuts managers and the district managers work with me, but I always have to make up for those hours that I lost. This can be an inconvenience the next week that I work.  The extra time I have to spend at work definitely takes a toll on my schoolwork and the lack of sleep I have to endure doesn’t get my homework done. That’s why this week I’ve been asking other students what they do and I asked these students if their current job works with their school schedules.  I’ll list the top five jobs explaining why I recommend these for college students. If you are currently looking for a job I think this list will help you out.

Also if you have any experience with the following companies I am listing please let me know how your experience was or is and explain if this company has worked with you.

 ONE: Starbucks- is number one on this list because part time students which is someone who works 20 hours a week can get benefits such as medical insurance.  It’s also a plus (only if you’re a coffee manic like myself) as an employee you’ll have all the coffee you can drink for free. Most importantly you’ll be able to make tips and the management understands college students and their schedules they’ll work with you during your midterms and finals.

TWO: Whole foods- is a great job because there are so many different positions, but no matter what position you apply for you can receive paid time off even if you’re part time.  This may come in handy if you have a lot on going on at school and you may need to take some time off of work while you take time off you’ll also get paid. (This only happens when you stayed with Whole foods for a few months). 

THREE: Barnes and Noble- Obviously working at book store is ideal for a college student. The books are convenient to buy at a discounted price. (Lets face it I hate buying books for school).  Now you can buy books at  a discounted price. Also you will receive a health care plan.


FOUR: Nike- This job may seem simple because most of the time employees sells shoes, but this can give you hands on experience working with charities. Benefits are given to employees who work 35 hours a week these include discounts on auto and homeowner insurance and if you have a child they offer scholarships to your child.


FIVE: Giant- This grocery store is excellent working with students and their schedules; however, they do not offer benefit unless you are a full time employee.   


Academic Adventures

(Antoine Battle) Permanent link

Yesterday, I took a trip to the National Zoo to study five western lowland gorillas for my course, AN105HM (Human Evolution and Archeology Honors Module); after that, I headed back to MC’s Takoma Park campus to lead  a two-hour discussion about  the communication of science for HP102 (Inquiry into the Nature of Science and Mathematics).  Challenging, exciting, and educational—these words sum up my experience. 

Studying western lowland gorillas required great patience and attentiveness.  Attempting to record observations about the female infant, Kibibi (born on January 10, 2009), I was unable to monitor her behavior for roughly thirty minutes because she roamed into an area that was out of my viewing range.  After Kibibi became visible, I recorded observations about her interactions with other members of the group--Baraka, Kibibi’s father; Mandara, Kibibi’s mother; Kigali,  Kwame, and Kojo.  Kibibi, given the fact that she was energetic, playful, and inquisitive was extremely exciting to watch; the other gorillas, due to their idleness,  were less riveting.  (I might have caught them on a bad day!)


In addition, I learned the  following is what I learned about western lowland gorillas:


  • Scientific name: Gorilla gorilla gorilla
  • Nature range:  Equatorial West and Central Africa
  • Habitat:  Lowland rainforest
  • Natural diet:  leaves, ripe fruits, bark, insects, and stems.
  • Sexual Dimorphism? Yes.


Leading a  two-hour discussion about the communication of science gave me vast insight about scientific journalism, preparing lab reports, and exhibition dilemmas.  My partner, Doris, and I were challenged with leading the discussion about communicating  scientific information for different audiences.  The discussion was centered on 17 questions that Doris and I prepared.  I thought that the presentation was highly informative because my classmates responded to the questions with thoughtful answers that reflected how much they understood about the assigned readings.  My  favorite part of the discussion was when we discussed both the history of the Hope Diamond and curses.  Several of my classmates gave examples of curses that people in their mother country believe in.   Would you want to own the Hope Diamond?  What curses do you believe in?

Thank you for taking the time to read this blog entry.  I hope that you have an excellent week.

Peace and blessings,



National Novel Writing Month

(Keren Nathalie Urrutia) Permanent link

As I’ve mentioned in some of my post before, I love writing.

I take writing classes every semester even though I already fulfilled the requirements for my major. I also write short stories that I would like to publish someday, and I’ve thought about writing a fictional book.

Now, I have the chance to do it thanks to the National Novel Writing Month. This national event, in which MC is participating this year, is an opportunity for students, staff, and faculty at MC to write a novel throughout the month of November.

Two of my former professors are coordinating this event at the TPSS campus, and I’m very excited about the idea of finally writing a novel with their help because I know I will learn a lot from them. I already contacted one of these professors, and I’m expecting to hear from him soon.

I guess the process of writing a novel in only 30 days will be stressful because I will have to write daily in order to finish it on time, but I have faith I’ll be able to do it. I normally devote 30 minutes of my time to write things just to practice, so I'll write the novel during that time.

During the following days, I will try to develop some ideas for the novel. I do have some, but I think that they are too complicated to write a high level work in a month. I'm also asking friends if they have any suggestion. Brainstorming is just the first step. As any other writing assignment, I will have to develop an outline and set deadelines in order to finish the whole thing in a month.

I'm really excited though. This will be a great experience in every sense of the word.

I'll let you know how it goes!!!



2011 Scholarship Conference

(Antoine Battle) Permanent link

On Saturday, October 22, 2011, I attended the 2011 Scholarship Conference, which was held at the Universities at Shady Grove.  The scholarship conference was replete with  financial, networking, and academic opportunities.  

While at the conference, I had the opportunity to converse with Montgomery College Alumni Association representatives.  During our conversation, I was informed about a transfer scholarship that I am eligible to apply for.   

Moreover, I attended workshops that helped me gain a better understanding of the transfer process.  The following are some important ideas that were explained in the workshops:

  • A "full" scholarship does not mean the scholarchip covers the full cost of attendance; it means that the scholarship covers the full cost of tuition.
  • A Limited Enrollment Program (LEP) is a competitive major.  So, if your major is considered an LEP, you should develop a competitive transcript, resume, etc...
  • At some schools, on-campus housing is not garunteed for transfer students.

I had an excellent time at the conference, and I hope that many more of our MC students receive scholarships.  Thank you for your time!  

Peace and blessings,

Antoine Battle

A visit to the Smithsonian National Zoo

(Shaswat Koirala) Permanent link

I love photography. I usually have my cameras and lenses with me everywhere I go, if not all of them, at least I carry a light nifty-fifty lens. I don't want to miss "Kodak moments" that can happen anytime on any given day. I am a Nikonite, which means I use Nikon cameras and lenses. I recently bought a refurbished telephoto zoom lens for about half the price of a new one. It works just perfect without spending too much money. I couldn't wait to use it, so yesterday I went to the National Zoo, Washington D.C -- this time by myself. I enjoy going out with family and friends. However, oftentimes, they make me switch my camera mode from "landscape" to "portrait". As a result, I end up taking more of their pictures. 

I spent almost 5 hours in the zoo, and took alot of pictures. I've now realized that it's perfectly possible to have fun alone, and I even enjoyed it more !

Last time I went there was a couple of months ago. I couldn't take many pictures that day because there were a lot of people, and I had to keep moving with the crowd. There were not many people yesterday (weekday). The zoo is crowded on weekends, so if possible, go there on a weekday. If you have never been to the zoo before, you should go. It is a must go place to give yourself a break from the constant stress of life. 

Click here if you want to know more about the zoo. The admission is free !!! 

Before I leave, I have some pictures for you guys. Let me know what you think about them. Click here to check my photo sets. I will upload more soon.

Till then, take care and keep the feedback coming.



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MC Clubs

(Keren Nathalie Urrutia) Permanent link


I think that being part of a club is one of the greatest experiences in college.

I personally believe that joining a club should be one of the goals every college student should have. Consider this for a moment; you make new friends who share your same interests. You can get experience trough service learning and volunteer work. You get to be part of a college organization that you can add to your resume, and you learn a lot of new things.

Unfortunately, I don’t have the time to join any club right now.

This semester, however, I have had the chance to work very closely with some clubs thanks to my position in the Student Senate.

I’ve attended some meetings from several clubs, and I can definitely say that I’m impressed with what I’ve seen so far. I am interested in joining some of these clubs, but maybe I'll do it till next semester when I'll have enough time to really get involved.

Many of these clubs are struggling because they have a few of really committed members, but it’s impressive the sense of purpose they have and how much they contribute to the college community.

Some of these clubs meet weekly and have members who want the club to really succeed. They get involved in volunteer opportunities to serve the community. They plan cultural events which will give students the opportunity to learn new things, like next week conference on Women in Judaism sponsored by the Philosophy Club. Or they plan events to help students release stress like the Halloween Party on October 28th that the Anime Club is planning. These and more events sponsored for clubs are great opportunities for students at MC.

Thinking about joining a new club? Visit the Student Life website to learn the clubs in your campus.

For students at the TPSS, visit our wikipage where you can find information about the clubs at this campus… I’m sure you’ll find something interesting, and if not why not create your own club?

See you next week!!!


Life of A Single Parent

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 I have to give my respect to all the mothers that continue their education on Montgomery College campus.  I mean, I can only image what they have to go through.  My typical morning:

8:30-wake up have breakfast

9:00-Get dressed

9:20-Leave for school

10:00- 3:30- In school

4:00-8:00- Work

8:00-10 or 12- Homework depending how much I need to get done.

By the end of the day, I’m tired and I barely have any ‘me’ time. sad

Anyways, I have a friend Jessica, who’s a single mother and watching her juggle school, work, and being a single mom is truly stressful. Her determination for a better life is uplifting and inspiring.  What people don’t see is the constant struggle to stay motivated. It’s easy to wake in the morning and say “I don’t feel like it” or just throw in the towel.  For women like Jessica, to get up with a smile on their face and attend to their child’s every need is hard.  I spent the day with my friend Jessica on Tuesday, so I could analyze what a normal day is for her and her little girl Isabella which is a year old. Here’s their typical day:

6-6:30 AM/ Isabella starts to talk and demands her mom to wake up. She’s in that faze where all she says is “dada.”
6:45-Feed Isabella
7:15-Isabella rests in her play pen while Jessica takes a shower and gets dressed. (Because I was there I kind of spoiled her by picking her up and playing with her and her little kitchen set.)
7:45- Mom packs up a bag full of diapers, bottles, snacks, and an extra pair of clothes. She also prepared herself for the day by getting her school bag together.
8:00-Take Isabella to her grandmas house then Jessica goes to Montgomery college.           

9:00-10:15- Jessica’s math course
10:30-11:30- English class
Noon-Takes her reading class
1:00- Attends her Health class.
2:30-On her way to work

3-10-Jessicas works and goes straight to pick up Isabella at ten.
10-11-Bathe Isabella and they both eat a little snack before bed.
11-12 Jessica stays up to do some homework and is in bed by one at the latest.

Even though you’re only reading this, you can image how exhausting it is to care for someone other then yourself. The respect I have for single parents is great because I don’t know if my ‘will’ would be powerful enough to get through a day like this.  I wanted to write about single parents this week because I feel we don’t appreciate their struggles.  The road they travel on is an unique one. If I could give out an award to all the single parents I would because the situations they over-come can bring hope to all the other single mothers or fathers that want to continue their education.  To endure this busy schedule is an accomplishment within itself. 

Isabella says good luck! Also, she is very proud of her mommy and wants to remind single parents anything is possible!





Writing Event coming soon :)

(Keren Nathalie Urrutia) Permanent link

It's been a long week full of stress and extra work... I'm so glad it's over!

This week, I was very busy studying for my midterms and writing papers for two of my classes, so I decided that I this week I would post about an event coming up in which I will participate. I'm very excited about it!

On October 20 (that's next Thursday) Montgomery College will celebrate the National Day on Writing. 

The U.S. Congress along with the National Writing Project and National Council of Teachers of English appointed this day in which writers in every field are recognized.

I'm really excited about this event because it gives me the opportunity to do something that I love. The requirements to participate in the event are very easy to meet. I will have to write a piece about any topic I like or about why writing is important for me. For people who like to write fiction or short stories, the organizers will provide them with prompts for their piece.

I've thought about it, and I have three main topics that I would like to write about: how technology has influenced journalism, why higher education should be available to everybody, and how Latin America culture influences America history. I also have a couple of ideas for a short story.

If you like to write and don't mind to have your writing piece displayed for people to read, you should come to this event!

It will be held on the Germantown Campus on October 20 and the only thing you have to do is show up and write!

I'm sure it will be a great event :)

Thanks for reading!

See you next week! 

Multi-Ethnic Student Academic Excellence Awards

(Shaswat Koirala) Permanent link

Hi everyone! Guess why I am blogging late on Friday? 

Today is my birthday, and this time I received the best birthday gift ever. Today, I was awarded with the “Multi-Ethnic Student Academic Excellence Awards.” The program began at around 3.30 p.m., and after half hour of discussions, the award presentation ceremony took place. After attending the reception, I returned home at around 6pm, and had a light birthday celebration. To keep the news fresh, I have decided to post few photos of today’s experience. Check 'em out! 

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Beautiful scenery: I really loved the blue sky, green grasses, and a welcoming environment pulling us towards the globe hall. 

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Dr. Pollard’s speech: We have a wonderful president. As always Dr. Pollard’s speech was motivating. She blends together parts of each context into a perfect speech. Her strong speech incorporated Obama’s struggles, stories of her family, few interesting quotes, and her emphasis on diversity. 

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Award winners with their friends and families

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From the left are Dr. Sanjay Rai, Mr. David Myers, Dr. DeRionne P. Pollard and Dr. Judy E. Ackerman. We were congratulated by them.

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Today’s reception: Great food, good decoration and soothing music.

Cultural Differences

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In my reading class, I’m learning about anthropology which is the study of culture and society. I find it intriguing when different cultures collide and work together as a community. Considering, the fact that sometimes when cultures come together instead of creating a strong community it can cause tension. I can easily relate to that because my step fathers family is Greek. Just so you know, my house is full of animals. I have a bulldog, a ferret, and two guinea pigs. Basically a mini zoo lives in my house. Well, when his family comes over, they find it strange that we allow animals into our home. The questions they ask can be a little bit offensive, but I have to understand American culture is something new to them. I have to respect them and be open to their way of life.

Everyday, I walk around campus and I see unique individuals. Each has different beliefs, views, and styles, yet we’re able to come together as a community and as a nation. The importance of being a part of a melting pot is understanding other cultures. This can change your prospective in life to become more worldly.

I suggest as students we should get to know our friends and their cultures, or do some homework on your ancestry. This week I’m going to spend some quality time with my step fathers family and they’re going to teach me how to make baklava! YUMMM!!tongueout

If you want leave me a comment!

Tell me what your culture has taught you.

One more day until the weekend! Hang in there everyone!

Thinking about Transferring?

(Antoine Battle) Permanent link
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Hello, All.

Recently, I attended a Renaissance Scholars Honors Program transfer/scholarship essay-writing workshop, in which the goal was to assist Renaissance Scholars with essay-writing for scholarships and transfer applications.  I received extremely helpful information, and I woulld like to share some tips.  The following are tips for transferring:

(1)  Make sure, as a back-up plan,  that you have multiple schools on your tranfer list.

(2)  Request letters of recommendation from those - such as professors and counselors - who are familiar with academic and extracurricular experience and who can provide can compose a well-written recommendation.  The letter of recommendations should also be requested at least two weeks ahead of your deadline.

(3)  Start drafting essays for scholarships and transfer applications early, and have advanced writers (e.g., tutors in the Writing, Reading, and Language Center and professors) review your work.

(4)  Maintain a high GPA, and challenge yourself by enrolling in honors courses.  

(5)  Apply by the priority deadline. 

The following are some links that provide information pertaining to transfer scholarships: 

I hope you find these tips helpful.  Have an excellent week!

Peace and blessings,

Antoine Battle

T.G.I.F !

(Shaswat Koirala) Permanent link

Hi everyone ! After a hectic week full of quizzes, tests, and a speech, I am back to your computer screen. I usually tend to post on Thursday evenings, but I couldn't make it this week, and in fact,I'm almost late to post. The other bad news is that I don't have photos for you guys this week :(

Don't worry. I will be back with some photos next week.

There are two exciting topics I want to share with you guys today. On Wednesday, I gave my first informative speech on feminism in my speech class (SP108). Most people consider it as a controversial topic. The reason why it is "Most" is because feminism has been misinterpreted globally . Feminism is about gender equality, justice and promotion of women's lives.It is not about hating men and degrading men's lives. It is just about upgrading women's lives to the same level as men's. You can clearly observe gender inequality throughout the world. In the Middle East, women are fighting for the basic human rights, whereas in the U.S.A, women are fighting for the right to equal pay.The level of gender inequality varies from one region to another, but overall the need of feminism exists. 

Let's change the topic. The mid-terms start next week. I want to give you guys some memory tips on what to do during and ahead of exam week !

1. Food habits: Eat a healthy, well-balanced diet with some antioxidants, multivitamins, and sometimes add some caffeine.  Drink plenty of water.  

2. Sleeping habits: Start reviewing and study well ahead of time. It will be very difficult for you to memorize everything in an all-nighter, and hence you might not be able to recall things because your brain and body become tired, and unprepared for the exam.

3. Meditation: I meditate almost 4-5 times a week, and I feel very refreshed after 15 minutes of meditation. Remember, healthy mind stays in a healthy body. 

That is how I made the Dean's list last semester, and I am hoping to make the list with you guys this semester.happy

Until then, good luck for your mid-terms, and keep the feedback coming. 

A Fall Festival? *Just a thought*

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Hello everyone! I can’t believe it’s October already.  It’s funny how schoolwork seems to slow down time, yet time races passed us without warning.  I’ve been helping my mom decorate the house, which is full of fall festivities.  Something about fall that makes me feel calm.  The air is nice and crisp.  The environment slowly changes as I watch leaves fall to the ground.  It’s peaceful.

 Which makes me wonder why doesn’t Montgomery College host a fall festival?  I know Montgomery College has a lot of activities, fundraisers, and programs (probably much more) going on, but it be refreshing to have a festival for the students and the community.  I mean living life as a college student can be overwhelming and exhausting.  We all count down the years that pass us, so we can hurry up and walk across that stage. Since we’re already experiencing the college life, these times are probably the most important. 

College life pushes us over our limits and creates life long memories we can look back on.  We should embrace our uniqueness as a community!  I personally think we should and by doing so we need to have a fall festival. Perhaps people that come from different cultures can teach us how they celebrate Halloween or simply create a food dish that represents this season. The activities would include carving pumpkin contests, the classic bobbing for apples, pie eating contests, best costume, face painting, and a cooking contest for the best apple or pumpkin pie. This is a simple idea and I plan to talk to someone about it because I feel this can bring the school together.   

Have any suggestions? please let me know! I am very interested to hear what you have to say!  Have a great rest of the week! tongueout  

Surviving midterms week

(Keren Nathalie Urrutia) Permanent link

Amazingly, midterms are just one week away. It feels like it was just last week that I couldn’t wait for school to start and now we are almost halfway of the semester.

Usually, I start to study for midterms one week in advance because I hate to get over stressed… Anyway, I thought that I would share with you how I prepare for my midterms…  

Well, first I made sure I have everything I need in order to study. I am good taking notes for myself, so I usually have pages and pages of notes from lectures, laboratories, questions I have regarding a specific topic, etc. I also keep all of my tests and quizzes in order to reviewing them right before the midterm. I also ask a lot of questions to my professors. I’m sure that they feel like I’m stalking them because I’m always outside their offices waiting for them in order to clarify things I don’t understand or need more explanation.angel

When I have everything I need, I study, study, and study. I write study guides, flashcards, summaries, etc. Then, I study them everywhere I go, either while I’m waiting for the bus, on my way to school, when I’m home… anywhere! I don’t like to memorize things because I forget things when I’m nervous, which usually happens during the tests, so I try to understand concepts and relate them to things that I can easily remember.  I use acronyms, pictures, charts, anything to help me to remember difficult concepts. It helps a lot!

The day before the test, I prepare everything I’ll need during the test. Pencils, pens, white out, scratch paper, etc.

I also sleep… I sleep a lot! It helps me to not being cranky during the test and keeps me calm during the day. Actually, midterms’ week is the only week during the whole semester that I sleep my regular eight hours.

Finally, the day of the test, I give myself plenty of time to get to my classroom. I try to stay calm during the test although that rarely works. And finally, I try to remember everything I study during the week. Let’s say that 90% of the time, all the preparation is worth it.

This week, my routine already started. I have four midterms next week, so I guess I’ll be very busy this weekend. I’ll definitely have a date with my netbook and my grammar textbook. It will be fun!

Are u guys ready for midterms? Share your thoughts with me!

See you next week… if I survive my first two midterms!

Pledge Allegiance to the Community

(Antoine Battle) Permanent link

Hello MC,

I am baaaacccckkkkck!  Did you miss me?  (Yes? happyNo? sad)  Oh, you did miss me?  Yeah, that's what I thought!  Lol.  I am just joking around.  Since I spend most most of my day being serious at school, I should have the right to have some fun on my own blog. Right?

Speaking of fun, Community Service Week (October 16  22, 2011) is approaching.  You can make a difference in your community, meet new people, and garner work experience – all through volunteering. Fun, right?   I know, know:  You have work, school, and other priorities to attend to. Who cares about volunteering? 

I do not mean to sound like a parent , but  YOU SHOULD CARE!  Why should you care?  Duh:  because I said so! wink  On a serious note, though:  Our collective volunteer efforts have the potential to make a gigantic difference.

Earlier, from 1:30 - 2:00 PM, my fellow MC students and I, had a wonderful experience after joining forces to participate in the  Smart Sacks program, a program which, according to Manna Food Center (the organization that founded Smart Sacks)  operates in more than 50 elementary schools and  feeds more than 1, 600 children each week. While participating in Smart Sacks, we packed food and drinks for children at Broad Acres Elementary School.  After volunteering, I felt like I was making a difference in someone's life, and it only required 30 minutes of my time. 

The following are some links related to volunteering:

In addition, I do not  know who came up with this qoute, but I think that it is awesome:  "To the world you may be one person, but to one person you may be the world."  What do you think?

Finally, I would like to read your responses to the following questions: (1) What do you feel is the most compelling issue in your community? (2) How could you use volunteering to combat this issue? (3) What is the most helpful thing that you have done for someone?

Please post your responses in my comment section, and let you me know how you are pledging allegiance to your community! 

Thank you for reading my blog entry, and I look forward to reading your responses and posting my next entry.  

Peace and blessings,

Antoine Battle

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Let's Eat!

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Due to a crazy work week, I had no choice but to make this week's vlog at the last minute. I hope you enjoy my short video as much as I did making it. Now, Let's Eat!!!


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