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Report from the Legislature

Report from the Legislature
October 15, 2014

Saskatchewan people are working hard to build a province we can be proud to call home.  Together we’ve made great progress.  501 more words


Building Paragraphs with Research

Recently here at Writing Center Underground, we’ve been discussing the research paper process. We began with explaining how to formulate a research question, how to write a thesis, and last week we discussed how to begin building paragraphs. 1,152 more words

Research Paper

October 13, Class notes

Grammar Games found themselves ahead of schedule this week, so after a quick color review, we opened a book of fanciful colored airplane paper and started folding. 414 more words


Adult Genre Fiction: Diversity Presentation at MLA 2014

I am a member of DORT, the Diversity and Outreach Roundtable, which is a subunit in the Minnesota Library Association. At the recent MLA conference, several members of DORT presented on diverse books. 1,351 more words

Book Review

A light by the raging fire

Bandra, Queen of the Suburbs

The queen of suburbs, Bandra, is noted for its goathon land (government authorities give it “village status”) in the bazaar, where structures exist or co-exist cheek by jowl. 725 more words

Personal Life

Report from the Legislature

Report from the Legislature
October 8, 2014

Saskatchewan people can be proud that our province is strong and moving forward.  Our population is growing, our economy is leading the nation and our future is brighter than ever as our young people are choosing to stay, start their careers and raise their families. 572 more words


Weighing The Book And The Ball: A Glimpse On The Life Of A Student-Athlete


“Education is the key to success.” (Ortiz)  However, this may just be an option to those who have another path to consider taking. And as young as they are, these people have to struggle to be the best in both worlds if they want to succeed in either one. 742 more words