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April 03, 2014

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Daniel Perumal

It was good to be here. Community always teach us lots of things and i agree with you.
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Hevin Jose

Nowadays innovative thinking of a person will make them to goes up in the competitive world. Example in mobile world , new technologies and many things we can tell. Developing many apps day by day means surely they should have the capacity to do it. Many Development companies like SJS and pacewisdom are play around their innovative things with the society like games apps and social media apps,etc. So Guys try to implement your best innovative things with the competitive world. Because this is the step to get your success quickly in the technology.

Ohhgrrl Scalise

Why is the college using stock photos when real students volunteer with real organizations in the community? Who is writing these? Isn't the point of our website that students contribute, not a nebulous "Shimer College?"

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