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Pew Pew Pew Research Center Study - A Scholarly Critique

*In my pursuit of further education I am enrolled in a course on games and learning. Part of the expectations for this course is to take ownership of my learning and explore the connections between games and learning for myself, this blog post is a continuation of the documentation of my learning. 518 more words


How America's Idea Of Illegal Immigration Doesn't Always Match Reality : The Two-Way : NPR

See also the Pew Research Center survey, basis for the story…

Border crossers, farm laborers, new arrivals from Mexico: There’s no shortage of stereotypes about people living in the U.S. 24 more words

Current Affairs

From the editor's desk: Discrimination is not dead

Originally published in Issue 10, Fifty-First Year of The Minstrel (March 2, 2017). Click here to view the entire issue. 

In November, The Minstrel published my article… 449 more words


Millennials and Marriage

Who is a Millennial? Someone born in the 1980’s and early 1990’s. The term was coined based on the idea that children born in 1982 would graduate from high school at the start of the next millennium. 500 more words

My Canada, 35/150: In the cradle of Catholicism

The white dress and veil for First Communion. Two strokes of black ash drawn as a cross on your forehead on Ash Wednesday. Fish patties or tuna casserole on Fridays. 713 more words

150 Images Of Canada

Why do Millennials live at home longer?

I can’t wait to graduate college, move out and start living on my own.

Sure, I live on my own now, but I still use my father’s physical address. 372 more words