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The Intentional Optimism of 'Trails in the Sky'

Optimism is not easy. This is something that most people don’t really think about. Most would consider optimism to be the default state of a person who has not seen enough of the world to know any different. 2,676 more words

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A Defense of Literature in the Age of Social Media

One of my Facebook friends posted a lovely article about how reading Thoreau can help those who are being weighed down by the expectations of a highly public world and the marketing of the self that goes on within it – and I could not agree more. 683 more words

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Resort Cool

Publication: WSJ Magazine December/January 2016 Model: Frederikke Sofie Photography: Josh Olins Fashion Editor: Clare Richardson

Fashion

DAILY EDITORIALS FROM THE HINDU, INDIAN EXPRESS AND EENADU 03-12-2016

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Order on national anthem shows what is wrong with the Court

It is a reminder of how slight its authority has become

The Supreme Court is arguably facing its biggest crisis of legitimacy since the Emergency. 1,134 more words

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Saskatchewan organ donor rates must improve

The legislative committee tasked with coming up with ways to improve Saskatchewan’s abysmal organ donation rate has made several sensible recommendations, but Premier Brad Wall is right to suggest that the province should work toward a system of presumed consent, even though the report specifically rejects the idea. 398 more words

Saskatchewan

Playstation VR - The Verdict

After over a month of playing around with VR titles on the PS4, it’s time to make up our minds about how we feel about Sony’s Playstation VR. 1,583 more words

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Editorial: Wall right to seek presumed consent donor law

The legislative committee tasked with coming up with ways to improve Saskatchewan’s abysmal organ donation rate has made several sensible recommendations, but Premier Brad Wall is right to suggest that the province should work toward a system of presumed consent, even though the report specifically rejects the idea. 398 more words

Saskatchewan