By Faisal Bari
I ASKED a guest visiting me during Ramazan whether he wanted to eat or drink something. I felt that as a host it was my duty to ask him. 925 more words
Mike Prescott is a recent MA, Planning graduate (Waterloo) as well as not-so-recent SFU MBA grad (’98). His planning thesis introduced the idea of a networked model of the community (he calls it social topography) to better understand accessibility and inclusion. 450 more words
Does a library in the ghetto have to be less of a library??..
Fed up with that ghetto mentality in Edmonton Green library. Daily visits there to do my research and update websites always lead me to ask clients to stop being loud on the phone or please leave when their toddler is screaming! 345 more words
I don’t intend to write about politics, but I found a passage that so perfectly describes my viewpoints that I had to save it.
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States vote to take away my marriage rights, and even though I don’t want to get married, it tends to hurt my feelings.