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Bank Errand

I AM Grateful that I was able to complete my bank errand today. It’s a Saturday, and normally banks would be closed — except, fortunately, that BPI branch in Glorietta, near Buffet 101. 239 more words

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Ways to Save During College

Saving money is never easy, especially when you feel you have more money going out than coming in. Saving money while you’re in college is even more of a challenge. 1,048 more words

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Gov. Pat Quinn talks about MAP grants at DePaul University. (Photo by Josclynn Brandon)

Editor’s note: This story was originally posted on Dec. 12, 2012 and is housed at RedLineProject.org… 590 more words

After Decades Of Neglect, Wealthy Students Of Ontario To Get Desperately Needed Subsidy


Following years of university bound students from Ontario’s better-off families having to forego such necessities as a panoramic moonroof in the luxury vehicle their parents gifted to them – after their private school teacher willed them into a spot at the tertiary education facility of their choice, Ontario Premier Doug Ford has finally come to the rescue of those who don’t know where their next bottle of sparkler-festooned vodka in the VIP lounge is coming from.  337 more words

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Randall Denley: To create jobs, Ontario government should spend more on colleges, not less

The 10 per cent tuition fee reduction announced by the Ontario government Thursday is a rather clever piece of political packaging. The government gets to cut its post-secondary spending, while deflecting the blame by portraying itself as a champion of students. 825 more words

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Jeff Beck

Geoffrey Arnold Beck Born 24th June 1944 in Wallington Surrey, is possibly the most revered of Guitar players amongst guitar players. Part of the British Holy trinity of Guitar Gods Clapton, Page and Beck. 455 more words

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Ontario government cuts tuition fees by 10%, eliminates free tuition for low-income students

TORONTO – Ontario has eliminated free tuition for low-income students as it attempts to trim a multibillion-dollar deficit, a move that – despite an accompanying tuition fee cut – is being slammed as harmful to those it’s purported to help. 832 more words

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