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Political Correctness

It’s nothing new. It’s why prisons are called “correctional” institutions. It’s why toilets are located in “restrooms.” It’s why a 24-year-old is “a senior writer,” and why people become senior, associate, assistant, consultant and undersecretary. 653 more words


Roberta Bondar

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Written By: Elena Djordjic

Dr. Roberta Bondar is Canada’s first female astronaut, as well as the first neurologist in space. 384 more words


Northrop Frye

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Written By: Ethelle White

Northrop Frye was a graduate of Victoria College, a literary critic, a university professor, an author, and an editor who was associated with Victoria College almost continually until his death in 1991.  706 more words


Workshop - Careers Café

Friday, November 11th, LR4, 2-6pm

Put a group of final-year undergrads into a busy lecture room on a Friday afternoon, split them up alphabetically according to surnames, expect them to endure a four-hour mini-marathon of employability workshops and chaos is expected to ensue. 1,267 more words


Margaret MacMillan

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Written By: Amy Kalburn

“I like to think of history as an untidy, sprawling house…And in the house of history are those who think in centuries and those who focus on a single moment”. 595 more words


Alumnus Catches Up with Hornets

By Tarah Raphael ‘17

Driven by passion for art, Mrs. Libby Lubinger is a former Midwood student who graduated in the class of 1950. Lubinger attended Midwood High School as a sophomore in 1948; seven years after Midwood was first opened. 301 more words


A&S Boasts of English Alumnus Wes Johnson

Written by Megan Orendorf, Administrator of Events and Special Programs, School of Arts and Sciences

Wes Johnson is one of the lucky ones. While many of us agonize over the choice in academic major and career path, Wes has known his calling for a long time. 1,123 more words

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