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Star JANUARY 2014  WORDS FROM UBMS CENTER – WICHITA STATE UNIVERSITY

THE UBMS READING CHALLENGE Pick a biography of someone you admire. Read it and submit a 1 page summary to be placed in a PRIZE DRAWING! Here are some titles recommended for teens: Hole in My Life by Jack Gantos Houdini: Master of Illusion by Clinton Cox I am a Solider Too by Rick Bragg Go for the Goal: A champion’s Guide to Winning in Soccer and Life by Mia Hamm Greatest: Muhammad Ali by Walter Dean Myers Knots in My Yo-Yo String by Jerry Spinelli Autobiography of a Face by Lucy Grealy Bad Boy by Walter Dean Myers Needles: A Memoir of Growing up with Diabetes by Andie Bominick Save Karyn: One Shopaholic’s Journey to Debt and Back by Karyn Bosnak Thura’s Diary: My Life in Wartime Iraq by Thura A.-Windawi Radioactive Boy Scout by Ken Silverstein Wasted: A Memoir of Anorexia and Bulimia by Marya Hornbacher Without a Net: Middle Class and Homeless (with Kids) in America by Michelle Kennedy

SOCIAL MEDIA COMING SOON . . . . UBMS “I’M A FIRST” blog. Keep a look out for updates.

CELEBRATING HUTCHINSON  Eddie Ibarra Thespian Talent  Cody Coonce st 1 Chair  Fermina Orosco th 4 Chair  Taylor Bishop 4.0 GPA  Tara Jackson A new job at The Diner  Shayla Bellamy Forensics Honors  Ethan Caylor Playing the cello in Orchestra

JANUARY 2014  Jan 2 UBMS Office Opens

 Jan 2 KC Community Service  Jan 9 AST Ahlberg Hall, Room 214

 Jan 13 HAP Resumes  Jan 18 POPS at Brennen nd

2 Floor Commons

 Jan 29

Family Activity

Ahlberg Hall, Room 201

VOLUME 21, ISSUE 9

UPWARD BOUND By Uriel Bailón

Go to the lounge; Go to your room; Turn in your electronics, It’s bedtime soon. Do all your homework; Finish your Research Project; Needless to say, This summer’s been hectic. But answer this question: Was it less than you expected? If it was then I stand corrected. You’ve all become stronger Don’t try to neglect it. Maybe not physically But when you look into the mirror There’s a new person reflected. Look all around you So many people, So many faces, Some different cultures, Some different races. Even though you may not see them They’ll always be around We’re all a new race We are Upward Bound.


2014 january student newsletter  
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