Letter from the Editor in Chief

The month of February is upon us, and so is our February 2013 issue!

We have several exciting features in this month’s edition.

First, we shadowed Pacific Northwest Ballet faculty member and Seattle Dance Project’s artistic director, Timothy Lynch, on his educational journey and artistic vision in running a dance company composed mainly of dancers in their mid thirties and beyond. In keeping with our promise to our readership to feature fitness and wellness articles, Mr. Lynch’s features will be the first in a series of “Active Beyond 35” articles about staying fit throughout life.

In accordance with our promise to feature fitness and wellness articles, we also are featuring zumba instructor Daisy Miller, who teaches free fitness classes available to all within the Louisiana State University network.

Our global features this month are Ela Misut, a consultant with Al Shaif Consulting in Sarajevo, as well as a tripartite feature on the multibillion dollar infrastructure rebuilding in Christchurch, New Zealand.

Our editorial board has decided that each month, we will feature a different ethnic recipe. This month will feature the first of a three part series of Indian recipes from our cooking columnist, Neel Shah.

We thank our readership for continuing to provide valuable feedback as we continue to hone our editions’ content and format.

Happy reading, and Happy Valentine’s Day to all!

Sincerely,

Laura Umetsu

Editor in Chief

Civilian Global News

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