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Stephanie Lagopoulos

Country: Cananda

College: University of Western Ontario

Major: Media Graduate

Contact Information: slagopoulos@rogers.com

Stephanie is a recent Honors graduate of the Media program at The University of Western Ontario. She has been published online and in several different magazines a total of over 80 times throughout the last several years. Stephanie has interviewed up and coming musicians including, Keshia Chante, MC Kyprios and Felix da Housecat and has completed dozens of concert and CD reviews for Chart magazine. To view samples of her online work, please see www.chartattack.com and type her full name into the search option.

In the Fall 2007 Stephanie hopes to continue her journalism education by attending NYU to take her Masters of Journalism. Stephanie would eventually like to work as a Features writer for a newspaper or magazine.

America Gains a New Perspective - It's Time to Celebrate Horrorween - The idea to make the horror comedy film Horrorween came to Ed Meyer one day while at work. Meyer who owns Film Completion, a company based out of Santa Monica, California that oversees the production of films, TV series' and commercials, wanted to start work on a small film so that everyone at his company could have hands-on experience in all of the various facets of making a film from start to finish.

United Nations aims to reduce forced labor in Latin America over 10-year period - The United Nations International Labour Organization released a report this week, stating that it aims to drastically reduce forced servitude in Latin America over the next 10 years. In Latin America alone, there are 1.3 million victims of forced work. This figure represents over 10 percent of the world's total.

Kazakhstani Woman Makes A Difference - Although Kazakhstani women are often highly educated, their participation in political decision-making has always been extremely limited. That is, until Aisulu Duisbayeva got involved. Duisbayeva, a native of Dostyk a village located in south eastern Kazakhstan, became involved in community affairs when

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