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Looking at layouts

In order to try and make sense of my selections, I’ve photocopied the editorials that caught my eye. Having the physical copy to move around, look at and handle I find far more beneficial than scanning in and looking on a screen. 13 more words

Falmouth University

We Are What We Play: "Spec Ops: The Line" Made Me Re-Think Videogames

Alright, so it’s not exactly new, but finally playing Spec Ops: The Line two years after its release has really forced me to rethink everything I’ve held belief in when it came to playing videogames. 1,155 more words


THE WELLESLEY NEWS STAFF EDITORIAL: WAAM-SLAM2 should be commended for demanding necessary institutional changes

Yesterday, Wellesley Academic Action Movement-Siblings Leading Action for Multiculturalism 2 (WAAM-SLAM2) organized a protest that marched to Green Hall with a list of ten demands for the administration. 643 more words


The Star's view: Transit plan off the rails

We know Premier Kathleen Wynne just announced the provincial government will spend $29 billion on a new transit plan, and that the plan doesn’t include a plan to pay for the plan. 588 more words


PAX East 2014 Overview

PAX East 2014 is over and I’m beat. The four days of adrenaline kept me going without much food or sleep but now it’s time to recuperate. 2,907 more words


Finding Strength

Finding Strength

My wife is a quilter and though I am not I do know that as a quilter you have to stay focused.  Half-square triangles need to be cut correctly so that points match up. 455 more words


Women Over 40: Staying Healthy and Disease Free

The following is an editorial I wrote about ways to prevent the top diseases that affect women over 40.

They say 40 is the new 20. 590 more words