Education Is Key

Reaffirming, inspiring, and emotion evoking, is how I describe last week's lecture best known as The Woodrow Lloyd Lecture,  presented by Justice Murray Sinclair. As a white citizen of Canada, I can't help but feel guilt and shame in regard to the discrimination and bigotry towards First Nations people. Sinclair's lecture acts as a reminder that …

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Week 1 of learning Spanish

  Boy has this learning process been strenuous! From technical difficulties to having to change my learning process altogether, I have had an intense time trying to make this work but alas, things are now coming together! Though I had originally begun my learning project by learning how to tattoo, unfortunately, the process was going by way …

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Is Your Digital Identity Like a Bad Tattoo?

Remember the day you began your digital identity? If you are in your early 20's or younger, you probably don't. For many people, digital identities don't begin the day they make their first Myspace or Hotmail account. In today's society, more and more people are being given a social identity before they are even born! …

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Healthy Screen Time

I recently found a twitter post from @MindShiftKQED that discusses the ways parents can allow their children the daily use of technology- tablets, smartphones, television, etc; while also enabling them to learn and keep up with their educational levels and live a healthy life. In the article titled "How to Provide Kids With Screen Time …

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