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The foundation at Waterloo

In 1952, while UW was still just a twinkle in its founders&rsquo; eyes, the science fiction writer Isaac Asimov published a novel, <em>Foundation</em>. It...

Re: re: A man with no party, Nov. 7

Sean, in his response, explains that direct democracy would &ldquo;grind to a halt under the weight of its own decision-making process.&rdquo; The Kurds in...

Remembering in the right way

I&rsquo;m not a fan of Remembrance Day. I have been presented with a lot of war propaganda in my short lifetime, and one of...

Re: A man with no party, Oct. 31

In his letter, Brandon Love expresses that the effects of political parties and the modern system of government are &ldquo;disastrous to society,&rdquo; and advocates...

Video games train us to maximize efficiency

Video games simulate virtual worlds that millions of people engage with for hundreds of hours each year.&nbsp; 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?...
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