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by Contributor on Wednesday Apr 15 2009

Over fifteen students from Selkirk College's Recreation, Fish & Wildlife, Community Support Worker and Nursing programs will fulfill their course requirements internationally this year. Selkirk College has an ongoing partnership with an environmental institute in Santiago which has sent many Chilean students to study in the Renewable Resources program at Selkirk.

by Contributor on Wednesday Apr 15 2009

Over fifteen students from Selkirk College's Recreation, Fish & Wildlife, Community Support Worker and Nursing programs will fulfill their course requirements internationally this year. Selkirk College has an ongoing partnership with an environmental institute in Santiago which has sent many Chilean students to study in the Renewable Resources program at Selkirk.

by Contributor on Wednesday Apr 15 2009

Over fifteen students from Selkirk College's Recreation, Fish & Wildlife, Community Support Worker and Nursing programs will fulfill their course requirements internationally this year. Selkirk College has an ongoing partnership with an environmental institute in Santiago which has sent many Chilean students to study in the Renewable Resources program at Selkirk.

by Contributor on Wednesday Apr 15 2009

Over fifteen students from Selkirk College's Recreation, Fish & Wildlife, Community Support Worker and Nursing programs will fulfill their course requirements internationally this year. Selkirk College has an ongoing partnership with an environmental institute in Santiago which has sent many Chilean students to study in the Renewable Resources program at Selkirk.

by Contributor on Wednesday Apr 15 2009

Over fifteen students from Selkirk College's Recreation, Fish & Wildlife, Community Support Worker and Nursing programs will fulfill their course requirements internationally this year. Selkirk College has an ongoing partnership with an environmental institute in Santiago which has sent many Chilean students to study in the Renewable Resources program at Selkirk.

by Contributor on Wednesday Apr 15 2009

Over fifteen students from Selkirk College's Recreation, Fish & Wildlife, Community Support Worker and Nursing programs will fulfill their course requirements internationally this year. Selkirk College has an ongoing partnership with an environmental institute in Santiago which has sent many Chilean students to study in the Renewable Resources program at Selkirk.

by Anonymous on Tuesday Apr 14 2009
Online bookseller Amazon.com blamed technical problems after lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transsexual (LGBT) themed works disappeared from searches on the site over the weekend.
by Anonymous on Monday Apr 06 2009
The European Space Agency (ESA) reported on Friday that the Wilkins Shelf, an enormous Antarctic ice shelf half the size of Scotland, could break away from the continent very soon. According to reports, only a thin strip of ice connects it to the Charcot Island, and cracks are expanding rapidly.
by Anonymous on Thursday Apr 02 2009
General Motors Corporation (GM) announced on Wednesday that it saw a 45% drop in United States vehicle sales for its cars in March.
by Anonymous on Monday Mar 30 2009
A Spanish court is considering opening a criminal investigation into whether six former George W. Bush administration officials gave legal cover for torture at Guantanamo Bay. Baltasar Garzón, a Spanish judge with an international reputation for bringing cases against high-profile alleged human rights violators, sent the case to the prosecutor's office to review whether it has any merit.

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