This list contains all the sections we were unable to archive through our available yearbooks. Along with these sections, you may notice, some pages say "Unavailable" under the "Advisor" and "Staff" sections of the yearbook staff, this is because the the information was either not posted in that yearbook, or the page(s) was/were removed from the one we had available.If you have, or know someone who has, one of these yearbooks and would be willing to let us borrow it for a day to scan and archive these sections, it would be very helpful to everyone in the Model Community. If you know the yearbook staff for that year, please, help us out.The scammers create a fake profile, dupe vulnerable people into responding and ultimately getting drawn into what they think is a romantic relationship.One man who says his photo was posted on a dating site without his knowledge told us he gets a dozen e-mails a week from women all over the world who’ve fallen for his online imposter.
, as former Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon stated in the Foreword to the volume, represents “one more chapter in the enduring mission of the United Nations to stand up for the most vulnerable and to work to achieve peace, justice and better standards of living in larger freedom for all”.
It's a short walk through downtown Vancouver, British Columbia, but somehow the trek feels arduous. Frind's online dating company, Plenty of Fish, is newly located on the 26th floor of a downtown skyscraper with a revolving restaurant on the roof.
The gleaming space could easily house 30 employees, but as Frind strides in, it is eerily quiet -- just a room with new carpets, freshly painted walls, and eight flat-screen computer monitors.
He told us one of the women got scammed out of ,000 and was devastated to find out he was happily married.
He says the ordeal has taken a heavy emotional toll on his family who keep hearing from victimized women and he can’t find a way to bring the scam to an end.