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Mid Week News

Universities across Canada are considering switching their email servers to free servers like Gmail and Microsoft Office, which may save these institutions thousands if not millions. However, privacy and intellectual property concerns are rife because these U.S. servers can potentially be monitored by the National Security Association. Nobody who … Continue reading

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My Last Day of Class

Today I’m going to switch it up and do something a bit different: blog (mostly) in pictures! I’ve been falling back on my posting mostly because I’ve been right in the middle of final paper season, and upon freshly printing … Continue reading

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U of T Has Changed Their Cell Phone Policy During Exams

I didn’t really focus too much on school this past reading week, so it was only really today that I managed to read this email from the Arts and Science Faculty Registrar explaining an alternative to the cell phone policy … Continue reading

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How to Get The Most Out of Your Reading Week

So much reading, so little week? It’s getting close to the end of most Ontario university students’ mini break from school, but that doesn’t have to mean choosing between homework and fun and (maybe) a little relaxation. All it takes … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving!

  Except it was one of those days at work… I’m a cashier part time while I’m in university. And sometimes people are reaaaallly dumb. As the day wore on and I cashed out more and more people I started … Continue reading

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