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For Your Consideration

Compare headlines from around the country ( and the world)

Trace our nation's development throughout the past 150 years

"It is a good thing for an uneducated man to read books of quotations . . . The quotations when engraved upon the memory give you good thoughts. They also make you anxious to read the authors and look for more." Churchill said this. You know how I know? This website!

Brainstorming . . . with dire consequences!

Trivia games concerning language, literature, and oxford commas.

Amazing (and highly addictive) site to build vocabulary and help hungry children


Bloom's Literary Reference,  Dallas Morning News Archive (1885-1977) and GALE Litfinder, just to name a few

Online catalogue

Both Easybib and the OWL are helpful resources for MLA citation

Thousands of classics online

Ambitious project from University of Virginia


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Two quality search engines

A website with student based reviews of college (Warning: It is a college site for students by students, so take that for what it's worth)

Some of the best common sense advice I've read about admission essays. Written by Parke Muth, Senior Assistant Dean and Director of International Admission at the University of Virginia


One of the best organizations I have ever dealt with

Once a year event to clean up San Antonio

Last year, over 23 million people used a food bank for emergency food

If the above suggestions don't fit your life, here's another site with some ideas

Spread the word
to end the word

Unsafe water affects more people than cancer and AIDS combined
Donate used eyeglasses

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