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(no subject) [Nov. 13th, 2005|11:03 am]
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The uncool kids wouldn't join. XP
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(no subject) [Jul. 30th, 2005|10:12 am]
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Thank you all for some of the best days of my adolescence. (^_^)


PS Will get pictures up soon!
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(no subject) [Jul. 29th, 2005|01:32 am]
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So what HAPPENED to this community?
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Woah. [Jul. 27th, 2005|11:30 am]
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[mood |shockedshocked]

Woah, guys.

We need to bring this thing back to life after we ravage the Xanga people with our countless minions of the PGSIS undead.

I'm all for scandalous pictures of ML.
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(no subject) [Jun. 29th, 2005|01:03 am]
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Hey all.

I realize that it is one in the morning and I'm posting at a weird time after finishing the absurd amounts of reading and homework I as given...


I love PGSIS.

... Smile! PGSIS loves you! <3
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One day! Sunday, Sunday! Be there, be there! [Jun. 25th, 2005|12:01 am]
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[music |hitomi - samurai drive]

Hi everyone! I'm Steve! Tired Steve, who needs sleep and is posting here to prostitute himself to all you lovely people. =D Uhm, what else. I'll be taking Portugese and Cultural Geography as my concentrations, but I would love to help everyone with Japanese, because I love it so much. ^-^ Not saying I'm very good at it, but... *Sigh*

Hobbies include Japanese music/history/cool things/clothes, reading and anything else generally Japanese. Hence the reason I'm not in the Japanese course. I used to run but became a slacker. Because... it took too much time to be healthy. D=

Looking forward to meeting you all with my appropriate jetlag tagging along. He makes a wonderful conversation topic as to why I fall asleep at random times during the day
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Curious [Jun. 24th, 2005|10:50 am]
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The PGSIS 2005 Countdown: 2 days

Is everyone almost finished with their assignments? I'm definitely not. I just returned home from a five day program on Capitol Hill in Washington DC, so I'm struggling to finish them and pack in time.

Tons of Love, Anna
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(no subject) [Jun. 22nd, 2005|01:41 pm]
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[music |Mine's Not a High Horse..The Shins]

Hey guys..I'm Molly and I have pretty much given up on LJ until I saw this in Anna's homepage. So I'm pretty excited for PGSIS (Portugese and Economics baby) except for all the freaking homework..but yeah, so I can't wait to meet you all on Sunday!!
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To the members of the PGSIS class of 2005: [Jun. 19th, 2005|09:22 pm]
Governor's School for International Studies

Congratulations on being chosen to attend PGSIS! As you already know, this makes you pretty special. The thing you may not know, however, is that if you let it, this summer can change your life.

PGSIS is unlike any other governor's school. It is probably the most difficult, certainly one of the most selective. You will not sleep much. You will not have a lot of free time. Fun will be mandatory. There are boundaries and rules. But within the classrooms, there are no boundaries. Your mind will go farther than you ever thought it could. In the middle of summer in Pittsburgh, PA in a University of Pittsburgh classroom, you will be learning about the farthest reaches of the world. You'll dream and make plans for your future; many of which would be out of reach for the friends you have at home. After PGSIS, you will be dying to leave for college. You'll leave in tears, leaving behind people you will know for years to come.

Best of luck. Study hard, make as many friends as possible. Meet everyone at least twice. Don't eat too many times at Chick-fil-a. Most of all, don't waste a single moment - you can never go back.

(If you have any questions, please feel free to comment here or im me at skippinggrace. I  am an alumna from the class of '03, and if I can't answer a question, I probably know someone who can. FYI, I was an Ethnic Warfare concentration and took Japanese. I was on ICONS Team China (we came in 2nd in the ICONS Olympics!) I went to Gannon U in Erie last year for Foreign Languages and International Studies but will be a Linguistics major at Pitt starting this fall.)
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hello everyone [Jun. 19th, 2005|12:19 am]
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[mood |predatory]
[music |Sway and Bend - Townhall]

my name is Savannah Henderson, I am from Wayne. I am taking Japanese and my concentration course is Cultural Geography. My favorite color is magenta although sometimes I prefer yellow. I frequent establishments that provide live music and I will never pass up a chance to offroad. Ginny and I go to the same school, Yelena is my roomate and I have already talked to Anna so now I realize this is rather pointless. Aye, there's the rub.
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