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Ukemeabasi Esiet (Ukeme)
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Attends Boston University
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  • Intelligent Mischief
    Intern, 2014 - 2015
    I make social media mischief to increase community engagement and celebrate diversity.
  • Second Nature, Inc
    Volunteer/Intern, 2012 - 2012
  • South Asia Program, Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies
    Graduate Student Assistant, 2011 - 2011
  • Second Nature, Inc
    Advancing Green Building Intern, 2009 - 2010
  • Capital Area Food Bank
    Brown Bag Intern, 2008 - 2008
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Christian, Nigerian, Grad Student, Blogger
Introduction
Hello, there! Ukeme here!

I'm a grad student who's into technology and sustainable development. I capture moments and share my thoughts in words and pictures at @one40plus.
Bragging rights
I'm not too shabby at ping pong.
Education
  • Boston University
    Urban Affairs, 2013 - present
  • Cornell University
    Public Affairs, 2010 - 2012
  • Assumption College
    Management, 2005 - 2009
  • Loyola Jesuit College
    (Secondary School), 1999 - 2005

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Hello! Please check out this interesting report by +Temitayo Olofinlua :
 "The Computer Village has attracted thousands of young entrepreneurs who sell, repair or swap technological devices such as phones and computers. More than 50,000 youths have found employment through the technology hub of the country’s largest city. These entrepreneurs fear business will drop off if the government moves the market to a more spacious site, as planned." - See more at: http://www.globalpressjournal.com/africa/nigeria/jobless-nigerian-youths-earn-livelihoods-hawking#sthash.PjGS2cBq.dpuf
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Please encourage under 35 female entrepreneurs (social and business) to APPLY!!: Startups with at least one female founder looking to take their businesses to the next level and win $10K are invited to apply for ​ the​ She Leads Africa Pitch Competition before July 30th. Apply today at www.SheLeadsAfrica.org/#pitch.
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Tip. This was taken in Lagos City.
Do you know exactly where was this picture taking? 

There are many beautiful places to capture across Nigeria.  Why don't you take sometime this weekend to explore. Don't forget to share your pictures using the hashtag #100knaija  
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#BU will honor the birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. (GRS'55, Hon.'59) with several events spanning more than a week, among them a remembrance ceremony featuring comedian and social commentator W. Kamau Bell and US Senator Edward Markey (Hon.'04) (D-Mass.): http://ow.ly/sGJ5B #MLK
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The only thing I will ever complain about at Paris Creperie is the lack of space to sit during the busy periods, but that's a sign that this is a beloved Coolidge Corner establishment. In addition to a very creative crepe selection, this restaurant also shares my love of Nutella. You can get Nutella crepes, hot chocolate, and smoothies anytime that they're open. And they even have some days where Nutella crepes are part of promotional packages. The last time I was in there, I had a Don Creper and I had to stay seated for a few minutes to let it all settle. The portions are substantial and you'll usually find a lively crowd in the restaurant. It's also near the Coolidge Corner Theater and Brookline Booksmith, so you can find a movie to watch or a good book to read.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
This is probably the first barbershop I became a regular customer at in Greater Boston. I started going to Dolo's in 2009 when I moved to North Quincy and even after I moved closer to Boston, I kept coming back. The staff here are quite friendly and they usually have good music playing. Mr. Bellot, the owner of Dolo Creations, is also runs Dolo Clothing Company and you can usually pick up one of their latest exclusive releases in the store. He can also recommend some of the best parties and events in the area. I nearly always got a great haircut at Dolo's and it's a good place to see some of the other cool locals.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
This is my first time actually staying out on Cape Cod and my experience here has been fantastic. My family was able to get a great room with an excellent view of the harbor. The room we had was clean and spacious and the bathroom was fantastic. The shower was big enough for me to walk around and sit if I needed to and the water was definitely warm and powerful enough to make me forget about the cold outside. I will definitely try to come back here the next time I have to spend a night on the cape.
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This theater is one of the most important establishments in Coolidge Corner and adds to this restaurant and shopping district's character. It's really the main entertainment center in the neighborhood. In addition to being located between Upper Crust Pizza, Otto Pizza, and Paris Creperie, there are several good bars and coffee shops nearby. So you can get a bite to eat with friends or share a couple of drinks before and after the movie you watch. In addition to the independent films screened here, there are always screenings of classics and cult favorites that match the season, and several Boston area businesses have special events at the theater. If you're in the area, it's definitely worth checking out. The screening rooms are a thing of beauty.
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