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Ways to Give Back This Thanksgiving

Margaret Hodson

November 25, 2013

Filed under Global, Home, News, Perspectives

By Margaret Hodson '16, News Editor With the delicious smell of roasted turkey, the chatter of friends and family, and the excitement of Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, sometimes it can be easy to lose sight of what Thanksgivi...

Child of China: Yichen Dong’s Experience as a Foreign Exchange Student

Holly Dayton

April 5, 2012

Filed under Featured Stories, Global, News, The Lens

By Lens Section Editor Holly Dayton ‘13 Senior Yichen Dong was born and grew up in Beijing where she attended a normal Chinese lower and middle school. As she grew older, her parents decided Yichen would attend college i...

With Malice Toward None: How Abraham Lincoln Can Help America Prevail in Afghanistan

Cody Pomeranz

February 7, 2011

Filed under Featured Stories, Global, Perspectives

By Cody Pomeranz '11, Co-Editor-in-Chief “With malice toward none, with charity towards all,” President Abraham Lincoln told a fractured nation reeling from brutal discord. After the bloodiest conflict in America&#...

United Nations Senior Special Advisor discusses experiences, politics, and economics with students

Cody Pomeranz

October 23, 2010

Filed under Global, News

By Cody Pomeranz '11, Co-Editor-in-Chief This past Friday, Baffour Agyeman-Duah, a Senior Special Advisor at the United Nations, spoke to CCDS students about his experiences at the U.N. and today's global landscape. Baffour,...

Mexican exchange students expose CCDS students to another culture

Haleigh Miller

June 1, 2010

Filed under Featured Stories, Global, News

By Victoria Mairal-Cruz, '12, Contributor Mexican exchange students from the school Escuela Anexa de Atlacomulco in Atlacomulco, Mexico, visited Cincinnati and CCDS from April 26 to May 10 for the fourteenth year of the exchange...

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