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Monthly Archives: April 2012
On Friday, April 20, 2012, “Dads” and “Daughters” (and Uncles, Grandfathers, etc.) from Cayuga County and beyond came together in support of saving ‘Air 1’ with an evening of dinner, dancing, photos, bonding, and fun at the Sennett Fire House in Sennett. The event was sponsored by the New York … Continue reading
On Thursday, March 22, 2012, the Criminal Justice Club hosted 15 students from a local after school program held at the Booker T. Washington Community Center here on campus. As they set out on a journey to uncover the mystery of who stole the cookies? Students walked in to a … Continue reading
For some, it may be the smell of burning vehicles. For others, it may be unexpected loud noises. Everyone at a recent meeting of the new Veterans Club on the Auburn campus shared at least one trigger that transported them back to traumatic moments during their service in the U.S. … Continue reading
This is the final day of my trip to India and the last day of this blog while traveling. Our visit to Sarnath was enlightening, as Buddha would want, I think. We visited the great Buddhist temple with its fine grounds, saw the enormous stupa located nearby, and stopped by … Continue reading
We were off early this morning to the Ganges River for the morning ceremony, getting out on a boat in the river to see the sunrise and the pilgrims at the water’s edge bathing and being part of the blessed river. The crowd was smaller than yesterday evening, but the … Continue reading