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Born in Halifax, grew up in Sackville NS, my background is plant science and environmental studies. I write a bit and am interested in current events, politics, music, philosophy.

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To RESCUE people from poverty, addiction and despair, by offering emergency help, such as food, clothing and shelter, life changing recovery programs, and the Gospel Message.

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I am a full-time student at Mount St. Vincent University studying sociology and anthropology. I am interested in a number of social justice movements and initiatives ranging from aboriginal rights to food security. I am have a passion for knowledge. I also enjoy scuba diving, hockey, and board games.

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CKDU is Halifax's volunteer-driven campus and community radio station broadcasting from Dalhousie University Campus and established in 1985.
Go to ckdu.ca today to find out how to get involved!

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Natascia Lypny, a Montreal native, is a contributing member of the Halifax Media Co-op and sits on its editorial collective. She has also been involved with starting up the Montreal Media Co-op and interned at The Dominion in the summer of 2011.

Currently, Natascia is a journalism student at the University of King's College entering her fourth year of study. She is also pursuing social anthropology studies at Dalhousie University. Natascia writes regularly for King's student newspaper, The Watch, and is the acting President of the Journalists for Human Rights chapter at her school. She is heavily involved with the King's Theatrical Society and other areas of school life.

Natascia has freelanced, and interned at, several other publications across Canada, including The Coast, the Chronicle Herald and Spacing. Her work can be found on her personal website.

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