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... performing schools, an active library, and safe streets.
As one of the smallest cities in San Bernardino County, Grand Terrace boasts the highest median income in the region. Our residents are also the most highly educated with nearly 25% having a Bachelor's degree or higher.
Grand Terrace earned the designation from Money Magazine as "Top 100 Best Places to Live in America for Small Towns". Over ...
Not more than an hour and a half from Palm Desert, at 6,000 feet elevation, we find ourselves surrounded by large pine trees and wood cabins. Antlers Inn and Resort is located within the boundaries of the San Bernadino National Forest and just ...
... felt challenged yet compelled to do my part. I wish I would have been a part of the Vagina Monologues sooner but I guess it is better to do anything later than never.
Also, Residence Life and Hosing had their CA selection process for next year. It was interesting to see freshmen go through the process since I was there a few years ago. Seeing the next year begin to take shape, it's been hitting me ...
... Intervarsity is growing and it's been such a blessing for me to be a part of. Its been a way I can grow in faith and see God work in my life, and for me that is something I've needed. Krystina (who is a volunteer) and myself are a part of leading the freshmen bible study in East. I have loved getting to know some of my residents on a faith-based level and helping other freshmen connect to a faith-based community(those who are seeking for that support.) Another thing ...
... board sideways or else you're going to run into us on the way down. Inch yourself out, get your board ready, and just stand up when your board hits the snow." She barely moved. "Jane. We have to get off soon, you need to get ready or you're going to run into us. Remember, you WILL fall. Just get up and get the hell out of the way, okay?" She nods her head in acknowledgment, "okay okay." Our boards touched the snow, and I stood up and went down the ...