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SGA releases statement of solidarity

By Maddy Longwell

Staff Writer

This week, the Simmons Student Government Association (SGA) made a significant announcement in response to the shootings in Tulsa Okla. and Charlotte N.C. 233 more words

Simmons Voice

Beyond Tolerance: A New Year’s Reflection on Teaching Inclusivity Through Openness and Dialogue

As we enter the Jewish holiday season, there is a great deal of classroom conversation at DJDS about the various ways in which each of us celebrates the Fall Holidays of Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, etc – and all of our Jewish holidays throughout the year. 674 more words


Public Question Time Apparently is NOT Public Answer Time!

Why is it that a simple question at council does not get a simple, direct answer?

Over the past three years I have regularly attended Monash Council meetings and often asked questions in public question time. 1,540 more words

Monash City Council

Welcome to Canada - we hope you like it here!

At the recent Burnaby Mountain District camp, girls had a great time all weekend with the theme “Camp Flower Power.” Activities were designed, where possible, to fit around the concepts of peace and love. 404 more words

Awesome Activities

Solzhenitsyn: "fine degrees of justice and even finer legal shades of equality"

“I would like to call upon America to be more careful with its trust to prevent those pundits who are attempting to establish fine degrees of justice and even finer legal shades of equality (some because of their distorted outlook, others because of short-sightedness, still others out of self-interest)to prevent them from using the struggle for peace and social justice to lead you down a false road. 58 more words

Politics/Current Events

Ms. Game History?

Hey everyone! This post is a transcript of a talk I gave at The Practices and Politics of Inclusivity in Games, a symposium at the University of Leicester, a gathering specifically to present research on how to make videogames a more broadly inclusive medium and industry. 2,587 more words


Why I've walked away from the sport I live for

September saw the start of the new rugby season. A time which I’m usually desperate for after the summer break. This year, however, it’s felt very bittersweet. 1,539 more words