Black women worth knowing about…….

Its very rare you hear about black royalty and their style.Western princesses are adored for their grace and style but yet very little is said about our kind.

This is Princess Angela (born Angela Gisela Brown)

She was a standout graduate of Parsons School of Design in New York and worked as a fashion director for Adrienne Vittadini, before marrying Prince Maximilian of Liechtenstein in January 2000. This Afro-Panamanian beauty also started her own line, A. Brown, which she headed for three years.

The couple wed at the Church of St. Vincent Ferrer in New York, after reportedly meeting a few years earlier at a reception in the city. The princess wore a white dress which she designed and the same Kinsky royal-jeweled tiara that Princess Tatjana of Liechtenstein wore when she married Philipp von Lattorff in June 1999.

❝ Knowing the struggles of the “poor little rich kids,” having been one herself, Margaret Dupree, daughter of former Hollywood heartthrob Vincent Dupree, decided to offer a helping hand. In most cases, these kids had everything handed to them since birth, which meant many would choose not to further their education after high school graduation, since they really never had to work a day in their lives if they didn’t want to. Some may have hated high school, having been used so many times that their trust is at an all time low, but that wasn’t good enough for Margaret. ❞

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But what if you could soften the beggarly blow by asking for something that people view as a nuisance anyway? Like maybe if you asked 2.8 million people to each send you one dirty, good-for-nothing penny. That’s the genius-level plan that Mike Hayes, a graduate from Rochelle High School in Illinois, thought up when he found himself short 25 large for the $28,000 he was going to need to attend college (in 1987).

Instead of saddling himself with a lifetime of student loan debt or pulling a Soul Man a la C. Thomas Howell, Hayes took his cause to the people. He sent a letter to newspaper columnist Bob Greene, whose column was syndicated in over 200 newspapers, despite being a person we’ve never heard of. In the letter, Hayes asked readers to send one penny each to go toward funding his college education. Greene published the letter, and the response was overwhelming.

According to this article, as of November 1987, Hayes had received more than 77,000 letters and earned more than $26,000. Snopes follows that up by confirming that the enterprising young handout enthusiast did indeed earn enough for that college education and graduated with a degree in food science.

7 Amazing Things People Got Just by Asking  

New Jersey Hall of Fame and New Jersey Education Association Renew Scholarships Challenging Students to Realize Their Best

TRENTON, N.J., Sept. 26, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The New Jersey Hall of Fame (NJHOF) together with the New Jersey Education Association (NJEA) announces the renewal of the “Arête Scholarship” which each year grants a $5,000 scholarship to a male and a female New Jersey high school graduate. The recipients are recognized at the annual New Jersey Hall of Fame’s induction ceremony. Scholarship applications are due on February 28, 2017.

The term “Arête” comes from Plato and refers to “the realization of one’s highest sense of self.” The scholarship is given to help a young man and women realize their own pathway to greatness. Applicants must demonstrate academic engagement, character and a commitment to their community.

2016 Arête scholarship winners Sal Campbell of Englewood Cliffs and Madeline Bowne of Cherry Hill were honored at this year’s Hall of Fame Red Carpet Induction Ceremony alongside the distinguished inductees. Said Sal Campbell, “When I look at all the great people that are part of the New Jersey Hall of Fame and the many adversities that they have overcome, I am motivated and determined to work hard to achieve excellence in everything I do. Through hard work, courage, and determination, I can overcome any hardship or adversity and achieve excellence, give back to the community, and reach my highest sense of self.”

Madeline Bowne added, “Arête isn’t passive, it isn’t sitting down, and it isn’t conformity. Those who achieve Arête are active, standing up, and making their own path. Dreaming is easy. Doing is hard. I am honored to have been selected as the female recipient of the New Jersey Hall of Fame Arête Scholarship.”

“We’re challenging young people to walk in the shoes of our inductees and realize their best,” noted Steven Edwards, President of the New Jersey Hall of Fame Foundation Board. “We join with the NJEA to call upon high school superintendents, teachers and guidance counselors to pass this opportunity along to prospective 2017 graduates and encourage them to apply.”

About the New Jersey Hall of Fame

The New Jersey Hall of Fame (NJHOF) is a non-profit organization with two boards working collaboratively – the NJHOF Board of Commissioners and the NJHOF Foundation Board of Trustees. The NJHOF honors citizens who have made invaluable contributions to society, the State of New Jersey, and the world beyond. Since 2008, nearly 100 notable individuals and groups have been inducted into the Hall of Fame. The NJ Hall of Fame endeavors to present school children with significant and powerful role models to show that they can and should strive for excellence. Outreach through the New Jersey Hall of Fame Mobile Museum, and the NJHOF Curriculum Guide for educators, focuses on the importance of voting, the qualities of effective leadership, and inductee research. For more information on the NJHOF, its mission and inductees, go to www.njhalloffame.org

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What if somebody offered you a small fortune to … live in the Midwest?

Insert Garrison Keillor joke here. And then, if you’re thinking about getting an MBA and can demonstrate a bond with the region, you might want to get your application ready for January.

That’s the next deadline to apply for the new Stanford USA MBA Fellowship, which will cover tuition and associated fees for as many as three students in next year’s entering MBA class. It adds up to approximately $160,000 over the two-year program.1  

The fellowship, offered by Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business, is for people who qualify for need-based financial aid and are “committed to economic development in underserved regions of the United States.” In this first iteration, it targets the Midwest. Would-be fellows must show strong connections with at least one state in the area—Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin fit the bill—such as living there, currently or for at least three consecutive years in the past, or being a graduate of a Midwestern high school.

Then, within two years of graduating from Stanford, you agree to work in the Midwest for at least two years in a position “that will contribute to the region’s economic development.”

Trixie Mattel

So, after I graduated high school, i went to rocky horror downtown like a couple of times with friends and avery and i REMEMBER when that kid got hit by a car and had to be subbed in by his friend Brian.

Brian.

Brian was and is Trixie Mattel and he went to UWM at the same time I was lurking around on campus.

This is almost as exciting as going to high school with Jade from Badgirl’s club.

Santana Lopez wanted for Sugtana Endgame!

The year is 2027. It’s been fifteen years since the class of 2012 graduated from McKinley High School and went out into the world. They’ve all left Lima and spread out across the United States. Some friendships fell apart, while other friendships grew. Life turned out differently than most would expect. They married different people, had different jobs, lived different lives than they thought they would. When a storm hits Lima, Ohio during a Glee Club reunion, the last thing people expected to happen was time travel, yet the next morning, when six of them wake up, they wake up not in their time, but the past.

Life Changes is a 6x6 Season 3 Redo with a time traveling twist. Besides the admin’s characters, there are no pre-selected characters, and the roleplay has player selected endgames. Any characters from the show are welcomed, however season 4+ characters must be justified how they fit into season 3 and will be aged up.

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I was randomly browsing through your blog and found out your in nursing and also want join in the pediatrics because that what I am planning on doing. It's so cool to see someone who has the similar interests as me. I'm just graduated high school and going to college. I took this semester off due to personal reasons but can't wait to get on track,any advice for nursing school?❤️

hey! any advice, I think the biggest thing would be time management. I know we all like to procrastinate & I’m a huge procrastinator myself lol but in nursing school especially I had to get myself out of that habit because there is no way you will be able to do everything & have the time to study if you procrastinate. Also when it comes to studying, cramming the night before an exam really won’t work you have to really learn to pace yourself when you study. It will benefit you in the long run! Good luck! I’m sure you’ll do great :D

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Being Mortal by Atul Gawande–5 stars

I finished listening to the book Being Mortal by Atul Gawande recently. Excellent book. I loved at the end when a salesman like voice came on and said “We hope you have enjoyed Being Mortal.”  I thought, “Why yes, it’s been a glorious adventure so far.“ 

Being Mortal is available as an audio, eaudio, book, and ebook at the library.

Trivia: Dr. Atul Gawande is a 1983 graduate of Athens High School.

Thought I’d do a collection of Modern!Verse headcanons for the Shimazu, since… I’m tryna harvest the spoons to finish that part in their blogs, lol. So, here goes.

Some shits are specifically for @oath-of-three-arrows​, @tofurtherglory​ / @ishidaichi​ / @driftingnagare​, @surpassingthetide​ / @furysprodigy​, but if you want in on this shit, well by George, GET IN ON THIS SHIT (SHOOT ME AN IM, HIT ME UP ON SKYPE, LET MEH HEAR YER VOICE).

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Submission - urgent/time sensitive question about relationships

TIME SENSITIVE//URGENT

Hello, I know this boy question may seem really immature or childish but it’s something that has been causing me so much stress, anxiety and anguish for the past year. I’ve currently graduated from high school (as of one day ago) along with my ex-boyfriend in our graduating class. We are both 18, and broke up almost a year ago when we were 17 although our relationship at the time was hardly serious. But over the past year of being broken up I’ve fallen deeper for him and my feelings have grown enormously.  It was an incredibly difficult year, not only because we have the same friends and are therefore constantly surrounded by each other or in close proximity, but because things quickly turned sour after our breakup (both of our faults). We didn’t date for too long (only a few months) and broke up due to the fact that we both knew the relationship wasn’t going anywhere and we thought it would be a smart idea to break it off sooner before we were in too deep in (ie. break it off back then rather than this time which is graduation when our feelings would have had a while to grow and therefore result in a messy breakup). The plan was that we would both be over it by now but rather than get over it, my feelings have grown, and I have no idea about his but I doubt his have. The thing is after our end of high school exams (finishing in about a month) he is going away on a holiday with a few friends for a week and I may travel to a different state for university and I don’t think I’d ever have the chance to see him again. We aren’t on “speaking terms” currently, save for perhaps one or two words here and there purely out of necessity and we definitely not on terms to be speaking online.  I really don’t want to let him go but I have no idea how he’ll react to me saying anything to him and I don’t want to humiliate myself as well. I’ve been trying to fix things and work on getting back on friendly terms all year but I’ve just been to scared most of the time and I know this is my last opportunity and chance to do something but I’m just so scared of being rejected and embarrassed. I just know I have basically no time left and am so lost and don’t know what step to take next.

Hey love,

This is not immature or childish at all, everything is valid. It’s okay to be feeling anxious and stressed, relationships can do that when they’re tricky. Firstly, I just want to say - congratulations on graduating! In this situation, I know you said that you aren’t on speaking terms online, but surely he would understand if you sent him a message explaining your feelings? You could always start off by talking to him after a social event together (you said you have the same friends so maybe pop up after a party or something), maybe ask how he found it. You never know, maybe his feelings have grown too, and he’s dying to talk to you as well but is afraid, just like you are. If possible, you could also talk to him at a party or with a group of friends to limit the awkwardness, and that way you can always talk to your friends as well as him if possible.

I definitely suggest talking to him before he goes away, tell him that you hope he has a good time away and that you just wanted to talk to him before you move away for university. It won’t be embarrassing at all, and if he rejects you then you know that it isn’t worth putting all of the effort into wanting the relationship, which can sometimes be a good thing. You never know how he’ll react unless you try, and if he’s rude to you or rejects you, then you obviously deserve so much more. Rekindling a friendship/relationship is a gradual process, so of course at first it won’t be like it once was, but in time it will be.

Your exams are finishing in about a month, so maybe for now it’ll be best to focus on them and not let this boy get to your head. Obviously, this is easier said than done, but the exams can also pose as a distraction for you right now. Just because you’re travelling to a different state for university doesn’t mean that you’ll never see him again, you never know where/when people will appear. You’ll still be able to contact him online, and that way you could organise to meet up to see him again.

It’s not your fault that your feelings have grown, you can’t help how you feel and that’s okay! Everyone develops feelings that they can’t control, you are definitely not alone.

Lizzie x

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Worthy, Part 40

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When they arrive at Winn’s home in Grant Park, Abigail introduces Alyssa and Tim.

Winn says, “Roger’s busy in the kitchen at the moment but as soon as he emerges, I’ll do the honors. The kids have to finish their homework before we let them roam around.” He focuses on Alyssa. “How much longer until your little one gets here?”

“Dr. Stafford estimates mid- to late-August.”

“Rhonda Stafford?” 

Alys…

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