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The four steps that lead to academic success

The four steps that lead to academic success

By Ardain Isma CSMS Magazine How many times you hear someone bragging about his grand plan for the future? How many times you see a friend well fired up, ready to embark up on an educational journey? I’m sure you’ve heard or seen it tons of times....
Venezuela : un coup d’état râté

Venezuela : un coup d’état râté

Par Rony Mondestin et Marlène Nicolas Spécial pour CSMS Magazine A un certain moment de leur histoire, les pays de l’Occident avaient compris la nécessité de se départir du laisser-faire individualiste (le libéralisme ou loi de la jungle). Aussi...
Fighting teenage delinquency: a student’s essay

Fighting teenage delinquency: a student’s essay

By Margaret Cho Special to CSMS Magazine Teenage delinquency is at its all-time high, more and more teenagers are forming the fool and committing crimes for whatever reason. Whether it is from what is depicted on various television shows, or video...
Teachers need the recognition they deserve

Teachers need the recognition they deserve

By Ardain Isma CSMS Magazine In industrial societies, we are led to believe that when one plays by the rule, has gone to school, has acquired a higher degree, he should be okay. Indeed, many of us have done just that. However, the grass does not seem...
Masuife: Patrick Sylvain’s latest collection of poetry

Masuife: Patrick Sylvain’s latest collection of poetry

  By Ardain Isma CSMS Magazine At first glance, one might get the impression that he is about to read a replica of René Depestre’s Festival of the Greasy Pole. However, Maswife or (Greasy Pole) is something deeper, more genuine and holistically Haitian....

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