“How can you know for sure that you’re free? You do, or say something, and, if nobody punishes or muzzles you, you are free to that extent.” – Peter Schjeldahl
Monthly Archives: October 2012
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LEAP, a Blair club which aims to promote education for underprivileged young people worldwide is currently hosting a book drive at Blair, but are having difficulty getting the word out. Please spread the word. LEAP is accepting gently used books of all types–the books will be sorted by type and donated to appropriate charities. Collection boxes are located in the media center. The book drive will continue until Friday, October 12th. If you need any more information, you can contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org.