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Video games train us to maximize efficiency

Video games simulate virtual worlds that millions of people engage with for hundreds of hours each year.  Gravity is simulated and military tactics are...

Creative career planning 101

I was interested in Filzah Nasir&rsquo;s critique of my Oct. 3 column. In that column, &ldquo;Reflection on <em>A Fair Country,</em>&rdquo; I proposed ideas for...

A man with no party

As a politically active person, I identify with no political party. I am one of many individuals who feel disaffected and disenfranchised by a...

Re: Free Communication, Oct. 24

<em>Trigger warning: References to sexual assault, rape, and violence.</em> I have a love-hate relationship with OMGUW. Between the debates, throwaway insults and snarky comments, I&rsquo;ve...

RE: Reflection on a fair country

I read Geoffrey Hill&rsquo;s column in the Oct. 3 issue of <em>Imprint</em> with a fair bit of disbelief and more than a small amount...

Creative career planning 101

They always tell us that the jobs of the future haven&rsquo;t been invented yet. I always wonder &mdash; who is going to invent them?...

Municipal politics and students

Between fresh years and fresh faces, midterm horrors and midnights of Halloween, a rarer, less familiar, and scarier sight for some has been creeping...

Our hill

Two weeks ago I stood waiting to hear a lecture on World War One and Henri Bourrassa at the spot where they shot Michael...

Curating Waterloo: Wayfinding for regional trail systems

The Netherlands is internationally known for its highly comprehensive cycling path system. Fortunately for visitors, it is very accessible because of its equally extensive...

Mark Carney on the risks of burning our oil reserves

This week the fossil fuel divestment movement gained another supporter. Mark Carney, the governor of the Bank of England and former governor of the...
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