Marist College Profile

The following link is the website to the online version of my senior capstone project.  I created a magazine compiled of articles about spiritual individuals and places in Hawaii.

Ka ‘Ike O Pili’uhane: The Vision of Spirituality–Spiritual Living while Promoting Sustainability

This is the work that I have done while working for the Marist College student newspaper, The Circle.  Below you will find links to articles that I have written for them as Features Editor and staff writer.  You will also find articles I have written for Marist’s online news site Marist My575.

Michael Kimmel speaks as a feminist-Features: published October 28, 2010

Capping stories of stress, difficulty and ends-Features: published December 2, 2010

A look at History through a writer’s eyes-My575: published December 4, 2010

Haiti supporters continue to grow at Marist-Features: published October 7, 2010

Helping Haiti from the Heart-My575: published September 23, 2010

Former abroad student falls in love with Florence culture-Features: published September 23, 2010

Justice for Animals in Dutchess County-My575: published November 8, 2010

Chinese zodiac predicts trouble-Features: published February 18, 2010

Talking Tarot (column):

Achieving the Crown: published February 3, 2011

Let the Chariot pull and go forth: published September 9, 2010

Seeing opportunities in endings: published May 6, 2010

Queen of Wands offers support, encouragement: published March 11, 2010

Break the pattern of dissatisfaction: published February 11, 2010

Face your future and find security, says King: published February 4, 2010

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