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WebCT quotation of the week

Subject: Assignment answers Student 1: I don’t understand what resource utilization is. I’ve searched the slides and I haven’t found anything on it. Are we supposed to Google the answers??? Student 2: All the answers can be found from the textbook. I suppose Google could work too. Student 3: I’m certain he said in class… Keep Reading

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Saucy explosion

I’d like to think that most criminals get their due. A horrible mishap that I had at my summer job this summer, though, has changed my mind. Now, I’m more inclined to think that for every criminal that gets punished, there must be 10 that fly under the radar.   The scene:  my summer job … Keep Reading

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Baked brie

blogspot.com Having holiday bread and cheese withdrawal? Fear not. This baked brie is easy, oh-so-delicious, and guaranteed to disappear in 10 minutes or less. It’s served with caramelized onions and wrapped in puff pastry. If you don’t like onions, you can use cranberry relish and almonds, or even raspberries tossed in a little flour and… Keep Reading

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Showering like a pro

There are only a few reasons to take a shower. One possible reason is that you are so smelly that strangers tell you as much. If a stranger complains that you are smelly, it means that you are so smelly that the stranger felt the need to tell you about it, an uncomfortable act for… Keep Reading

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Overrated Holidays

HALLOWEEN Pressure: In elementary school, Halloween was a one-day event that required one costume, usually purchased at Wal-Mart. In a university setting, Halloween is a four-day event. Each day requires a different costume, and each costume must be original and witty. Cost: If you find your costumes around the house, Halloween can be pretty cheap.… Keep Reading

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Peppermint Bark

Holly Stewart There’s no reason that peppermint bark can’t be enjoyed year round. Nor should Williams Sonoma have a monopoly ($30 per box) on this refreshing treat. The store-bought version has a layer of dark chocolate, a layer of white chocolate, and crushed peppermint candy on top. Adding peppermint extract creates a stronger mint flavour… Keep Reading

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7 gadgets to look for in 2011

1. Mitsubishi 92″ 3D HDTV Look for 3D televisions to start taking off in 2011. It may not be the biggest television to hit the market, (Mitsubishi is marketing a 155″ OLED TV), but it is one of the largest 3D TVs. While the TV is a rear-projector type television rather than an LED or… Keep Reading

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WebCT quotation of the week

Subject: Final Exam Student 1: Hey guys, Does anybody know what day our final is? I am using a loaner computer from the library and the PDF won’t load! If you could let me know that would be great. Does  anybody want to form a study/reading group to go through some stuff before the test?… Keep Reading

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Stress and stars at Seventeen Magazine

Liz Perle graduated from McGill in 2008 with a degree in English and Political Science. She is now living the dream in New York City working as the assistant to the editor-in-chief at Seventeen Magazine. In an interview with the Tribune, she elaborates on the highs, lows, and craziness involved in working at one of… Keep Reading

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Phishing for a steal during the holidays

In the month between Black Friday and Boxing Day, people everywhere deck the Internet with their credit card numbers. Maybe this year Amazon’s servers will finally crash, but it’s more likely that you, or one of your friends, will have their identity stolen as a result of a careless online shopping spree. Online retailer traffic… Keep Reading

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