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Looking Back – Amanda Sager

This week Amanda writes about her overall experience with the internship that she has just finished with the Yale Center for Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Response. She also notes changes and improvements that she has made as a result of the internship. (more…)

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Thinking Ahead – Amanda Sager

This week Amanda writes about how she has adapted to the work at her internship, and how this experience has helped her pinpoint exactly what she would like to do in her future as a graphic designer. (more…)

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Coming to a Compromise – Amanda Sager

┬áThis week Amanda writes about learning to come to compromises when creating designs in order to be happy with her creations while also ending up with good results in everyone else’s view. (more…)

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Using What I’ve Learned – Amanda Sager

In this week’s entry, Amanda writes about using the knowledge of graphic design she’s gained in the classroom to succeed at her internship with the Yale Center for Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Response. (more…)

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Finding a Niche – Amanda Sager

Amanda has found her niche among her fellow interns and co-workers at the Yale Center for Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Response. She has found that even though she is the youngest person there, they all treat her as an equal and with respect. (more…)

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What Do You Think? - Amanda Knox Trial: Did the Victim Get Justice?

What Do You Think? – Amanda Knox Trial: Did the Victim Get Justice?

In 2007, Meredith Kercher was found dead in her locked bedroom with her throat slashed and a blanket covering her body. Three people were charged with murder: Rudy Guede, Amanda Knox, and Raffaele Sollecito. Rudy Guede opted for a “fast-track” trial, which eliminated his right to challenge the evidence in a full trial but would […]

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