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Hi, My Name is Maymester 2015: Netherlands

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A food tour of Old Amsterdam

This idea fits with our class topic of sustainability by eliminating fossil fuels used for transport, because the brewery is right next to the shop and restaurant.

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Hi, My Name is Maymester 2015: Netherlands

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Something smells fishy

Holland is one of the major fish exporters around Europe, because the Mediterranean Sea is completely empty due to the fact that the fish population was not properly taken care of. Here in the Netherlands the fisherman learn and care about about sustainability, not just the profit.

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The Many Hats of Marketing: Kim Land, Class of 1998

After 12 years as marketing director for the Spartanburg Herald-Journal, Land earned a place in the Direct Marketing News “40 Under 40” list. The national award puts her in company with marketers across all fields and industry types.

05.20.15

The Many Hats of Marketing: Kim Land, Class of 1998

After 12 years as marketing director for the Spartanburg Herald-Journal, Land earned a place in the Direct Marketing News “40 Under 40” list. The national award puts her in company with marketers across all fields and industry types.

05.11.15

‘I love you all and I love this school’: Revocation 2015

“I’m a representative from the Guinness Book of World Records and you’ve won the prize for the longest sustained applause,” Dean Steven Lynn deadpanned at the beginning of the event, after 180 graduating seniors walked across the stage. Kidding aside, he congratulated the Class of 2015...

05.07.15

A new goal: Former soccer captain tackles conflict resolution

After two sports-related injuries in six months, former USC soccer captain Kevin Stam had to accept that his dream of playing five years of professional ball wasn’t coming true. But he’s lucky, he says, to have played six months on a professional team in Sweden, and to have other dreams. Two of them are becoming an international mediator and teaching people how to resolve conflict.

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