Category Archives: Other

A Canadian in the Middle East on 9/11: A Different Perspective

9/11. Unless you live in a cave—and perhaps even if you do—you remember exactly where you were when you first heard what happened on that world-altering day. You probably also remember the following days and weeks in stark, vivid detail. … Continue reading

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Do you love or loathe Valentine’s Day? Part 2

Last year, I took a course in rhetoric. One of our assignments was to write two arguments about one topic, an invective (against) and an encomium (for). My topic was Valentine’s Day. Yesterday I posted the first argument. Here is … Continue reading

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Do you love or loathe Valentine’s Day? Part 1

Last year, I took a course in rhetoric. One of our assignments was to write two arguments about one topic, an invective (against) and an encomium (for). My topic was Valentine’s Day. Here is the first argument. Valentine’s Day is … Continue reading

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Sisterly Pride

Just wanted to post this review from Bay Area Dance Watch written about the ballet my brother, Darren Anderson, recently choreographed for Smuin Ballet in San Francisco. I am very proud of his accomplishments and want to share them. The … Continue reading

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Last-Minute Election Tools

It’s a bit late in the game, I know, but here are some tools I came across to help me decide how to vote tomorrow. This one, by the Edmonton Journal, features brief summaries of each party’s platform in various … Continue reading

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Costly Apostrophe Catastrophe

This opinion piece I wrote was published in the October 22, 2011 edition of the MacEwan University student newspaper The Griff. Recently Yahoo! News and other outlets published a story about a new line of Old Navy clothing designed for … Continue reading

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A Canadian in the Middle East on 9/11

9/11. Unless you live in a cave—and perhaps even if you do—you remember exactly where you were when you first heard what happened on that world-altering day. You probably also remember the following days and weeks in stark, vivid detail. … Continue reading

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