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3 November 2017 Julia and Jonathan (the USA), 12th September 2017 Yuliia and Erwin (the USA) Got Married!16th June 2017 Marianna and John (the USA), 11th June 2017 Nina and Jesse (the USA), 27th May 2017 Anna and Steve (Australia), 21st May 2017 Anastasia and David (the USA) Got Married!!!
Blog by a former Client (the UK), 20th September 2016 Julia and John (USA), 5th September 2016 Margarita and Shiv (UK) GOT MARRIED!!! 12th December 2015 a letter from Natalie (former client) 26th November 2015 Ross reports about his stay in Kharkov.Mordinson family 04 November 2011 The wedding of Elena and Bret in Kharkov, Ukraine It was an honor for me to attend the wedding of Bret and Elena which took place in Kharkov this winter and recently I have received the pictures from that wedding which Bret allowed me to share with you.Bret and Elena have met with the help of Mordinson marriage agency and it's a real pleasure for us to see such wonderful people getting married!"We don't know what the big deal is, honestly."Mays said students are worried about the school's administration trying to censor its young journalists, but another publication team is already working on the next issue. "We expect there will be backlash with that, as well," she said. Student editors said it was published to much fanfare among classmates but quickly started to receive backlash.
"We were so excited to put them out," said Kayla Mays, a junior and co-editor of the issue with classmate Anu Nattam. It was completely unlike anything we'd done before.""Parents need to be aware that Plainfield High School has published and distributed to students a magazine telling our children that casual sex and even group (sex) is OK," Bret Allen wrote on Facebook.
The magazine headlined "Plainfield High School's Dating Survival Guide Declassified" was created entirely by students in Burress' publications class.
Polls about the prevalence of sexting, lists of cheap date ideas and cheesy pick-up lines appeared next to more serious pieces like a Q&A with a police officer on dating violence and interviews with teachers who met their spouses in high school.
Plainfield High School students published a robust dating guide filled with articles about safe dating, break-ups and first kisses.
But one page is stirring a controversy that could cost the 2017 teacher of the year her job.
Mays said Allen posted snippets of stories without context and the publication staff stands by its work."We didn't think there was anything to be ashamed of," she said.