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He strongly considered Hofstra, Michigan, and Fairfield. Casey plays club lacrosse for 2016 Team 91 and participated in Crabfeast, NSCLA, NXT Invitational and Hofstra Blue and Gold. Also attended Maverik Showtime Showcase and Blue Chip 225 at Bryant University.
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The USA should ban land mines and push for a world ban. The problem with land mines is that armies never go back and dig them up, after the conflict is over. Land mines reduce land values. A 2004 graduate of Columbia College with a degree in Russian history, Weilerstein is an American cellist who has earned widespread praise for playing that combines a natural virtuosic command and technical precision with impassioned musicianship. She made her Cleveland Orchestra debut at age 13, playing the Tchaikovsky “Rococo” Variations, and made her Carnegie Hall debut with the New York Youth Symphony in March 1997. She has appeared with the major orchestras and renowned conductors of the United States and Europe, while also finding time to return to campus for solo concerts.