Winter in the Western Dolomites: What to See, Do, Eat, and Where to Stay

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High up in the northwest corner of Italy is the town of Andalo, in the province of Trentino.  

Winter in the Western Dolomites: What to See, Do, Eat, and Where to Stay

The Career Path to Nonprofit: an Unexpected - but Rewarding! - Journey

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Julie Padak is a Human Resources Specialist for Partners For Quality, Inc. She’s been working for PFQ since November 2007. Julie earned both her undergraduate and graduate degrees from Robert Morris University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Human Resources and Marketing and a Master’s degree in Human Resources Management. Read her interview below to learn more about her experiences. 

Iceland's Rich Writing Traditions Influence the World - and Travel

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What do you do on an island? You tell stories. What you do on Iceland, one of the world's most famous islands, the land of fire and ice? You tell stories, write books, influence the entire world with your landscape, culture, mythology, beliefs, and, of course, writing.

Gather Your Audience Anytime, Anywhere

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In your work and travels, there is a good chance that you need to get your message out in one way or another. The problem that most people face is that there is simply more media out there today than most would-be listeners can even handle. From messages to advertisements, ideas and podcasts, commercials and even popups, the world is almost too full when it comes to messages and content. Individuals with a powerful message can’t just give up and quit.

Inside the Candy Church, Lameque, New Brunswick

by Dr. Jessie Voigts / Nov 28, 2015 /
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On the northeast shores of Lamèque Island, New Brunswick, lies a folk art treasure. Sainte-Cècile Church, also known as the Candy Church, was built in the early 1900s.

Inside the Candy Church (Sainte-Cècile Church), Lameque, New Brunswick

Christmas comes to the Royal BC Museum

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The holiday season can be a hectic and hurried time, but for an escape from the hustle and bustle, the Royal BC Museum offers holiday events with a simple spirit.

The holiday season kicks off at the Royal BC Museum on Sunday, Nov. 29 with the annual favourite, Carol-Along with the Carillon. Bring your family, friends and pooch to gather under the Centennial Carillon and sing along with the Newcombe Singers and world-renowned carillonneur Jon Lehrer as he plays holiday classics.

#StudyAbroadBecause... you’ll surprise yourself each and every day when you realize all that you’re capable of

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Emily Kearns is a senior at the University of Pittsburgh dual-majoring in Communication and Business. She studied abroad in Florence, Italy in the spring of 2015 and developed a deep love for travel. Upon graduation in May, she hopes to find a career that incorporates her passions for photography, writing, and travelling.

How Studying and Interning Abroad Influenced a Career - and Changed Lives

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Kelsey Williams graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 2007 with a Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation Science with an additional Certificate in the History and Philosophy of Medicine. 

Kelsey Williams: How Studying and Interning Abroad Influenced a Career - and Changed Lives

An Untraditional Thanksgiving – Showing Gratitude for a World of Tastes

by MyKidsEatSquid / Nov 23, 2015 /
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Roasted turkey. Sausage speckled stuffing. Cranberry sauce. Mashed potatoes with gravy. Buttery dinner rolls. Pumpkin pie. Oh, and I forgot the green bean casserole. Unlike other holidays, the food expectations at Thanksgiving read out like a familiar grocery list. A traditional American Thanksgiving meal doesn’t tend to have many surprises—maybe there’s a little orange zest in the cranberry relish, or an extra swig of heavy cream in the mashed potatoes.

Florida Culture for the Week of November 23, 2015 by Josh Garrick

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NOW to Dec 27 – Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer – The Musical 

The beloved classic Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer flies off the screen and onto the stage this holiday season with all your favorite characters in this new production at the Orlando Rep. Santa and Mrs. Claus, Hermey the Elf, the Abominable Snow Monster, Clarice, and of course, Rudolph are all there in this beloved musical adventure that teaches us what makes us different can be what makes us special. Call 407.896.7365x1 or visit orlandorep.com

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