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LETTER from The Editor

Hi there!

I hope your spring semester is off to a good start! My name is Gabriella DePinho and I am The Quadrangle’s Editor-in-Chief for 2020. 323 more words

Opinions & Editorials

For the Joy of Reading: Correspondences

This book is written in Basque, Scots, Spanish and English (in that order), and it is a discussion between Iban Zaldua and James Robertson about the importance of language in forging our identities. 713 more words

Books And Reading

Letter of the Day: Video games great idea at the library

The Rusty MacDonald Library has now put in video game systems for the patrons to use. This has been a great addition for our family, as we can send the kids to walk 30 minutes each way to go and play, instead of just being in our basement. 204 more words

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#RIPeanut

Well, this is super sad, Mr. Peanut has died.

Via The Estate of Mr. Peanut: @MrPeanut
It is with heavy hearts that we confirm that Mr.

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Your letters for Jan. 23

Funding model keeps focus on jobs

Re: Post-secondary funding changing, Jan. 21

We congratulate Advanced Education Minister Nicolaides on the government’s bold decision to tie post-secondary funding to performance outcomes. 494 more words

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Letters to the editor Jan. 23

The December provincial auditor’s report

The provincial auditor’s report, released in December, found that the government body that manages Wascana Centre, the Provincial Capital Commission (PCC), knew plans for the Conexus–University of Regina project violated park rules, but approved them anyway. 438 more words

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Letters to the editor Jan. 23

Stopping the slaughter

On Jan. 27, the world will observe International Holocaust Remembrance Day. The date marks 75 years since the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau, Hitler’s largest death camp… 573 more words

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