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A University of Colorado Cancer Center study published in the journal Nicotine & Tobacco Research shows a new dimension to the marginalization of smokers: people who smoke are less likely to vote than their non-smoking peers.
When she opened her box, Pandora released all the evils it contained out into the world, and only hope was left at the bottom. I was often reminded of the mythical box when watching Emmanuelle Bercot’s Standing Tall , with the difference that hope, too, seems to have fled from the film. 474 more words
Well, it’s official: I am now a university graduate.
I am relieved to say that after four long and painful years, I am no longer a student at Mount Saint Vincent University. 3,298 more words
I wrote the following for the Fil-Am Courier. It appeared in the April 2014 edition of the publication. It can be accessed here.
Too often we limit our understandings of diversity to a simple numbers game—one that is won by simply ensuring that individuals from a plethora of racial and ethnic backgrounds are present in a single social space. 468 more words