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September 20, 2001
  To hell in a handbasketPDF files may take a moment to load

Sitting atop a once peaceful green space, the new Information and Communication Technology building is finally casting its shadow over campus. Although construction is not yet finished, there doesn't seem to be much room for improvement judging by what is complete.

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September 20, 2001
  Put your money where your mouth isPDF files may take a moment to load

During last year's presidential campaign, every candidate--save former New Jersey Senator, Rhodes scholar and New York Knick Bill Bradley--mentioned that whenever he made a decision he would ask himself "What would Jesus do?" Well President Dubya, now is the time to ask, WWJD? Why don't we all ask WWJD?

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September 20, 2001
  Media leaves children confusedPDF files may take a moment to load

A third grade student at Spruce Cliff Elementary School explains that: "two planes crashed into New York 'cause there's a war in America."

Working in an elementary school makes me realize the scariest part of what is happening in the United States right now is the media coverage. To a child, images of destruction are fantastic but when the media labels them as a "war against America" it is not surprising when children jump to conclusions.

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September 20, 2001
  First day jitters know no agePDF files may take a moment to load

I hate the word "mature."

Just because I took 30 years between high school and university instead of one I am suddenly identified by a word that implies age, knowledge and confidence. Did I mention age? Okay, I have grey hair, but maturity? I don't even know what faculty I should apply to. Or how, for that matter.

I needed my son to give me a guided tour of how to get from class A to class B, and show me where I should catch the bus.

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September 20, 2001
  Campus Security delays expansion PDF files may take a moment to load

Expansion. Just say it--"Why is it taking so bloody long to finish this building? Wasn't it suppose to be finished by September?" Believe it or not, there is a reason that over the past six months expansion has seemed to come to almost a complete standstill.

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September 20, 2001
  Terrorism forces America to adopt Canadian valuesPDF files may take a moment to load

We never quite figured Americans would grow to become more like Canadians, but here it is.

As the United States teeters on the brink of the Grey War against ghostly enemies the globe over, it is rethinking its long held concept of unlimited freedom.

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September 20, 2001
  Fumble in ManitobaPDF files may take a moment to load

The University of Calgary can take solace knowing they didn't suffer the worst defeat of the week in Canadian Interuniversity Sport football. The St. Mary's University Huskies bestowed that honour on the Mount Allison University Huskies, in a 105-0 romp on the east coast. But, to say the Dinos weren't quite up to par might be understating the fact.

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