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If you’re a freshman at Lincoln University in Pennsylvania, you’re weighed, and if your BMI (Body Mass Index) is over 30, you have to complete a healthy lifestyle course in order to graduate, including either losing weight or participating in a sport. The article above focuses on the legality of the course as it pertains […]

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According to a recent Vancouver Sun article – We’re told to go easy on students, B.C. teachers say – school principals are ordering teachers to ensure good grades to students, even if it means never giving a zero on an assignment or allowing a student to take a test as many times as necessary to […]

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I am not a particularly good student of history but I do remember that we spent considerable time studying the violent and bloody history of Europe. As I recall the obscene wealth and land holdings of the few were built on the virtual slave labour of the many. The many were called serfs. They worked […]

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I’ll soon be interviewing to fill a position here at Seabuckthorn International, and there’s one question I won’t be asking the applicants: Tell me your biggest weaknesses. I sometimes lose focus in hostile environments, my attention to detail can become a liability in certain circumstances, and while I work well independently, I find it challenging […]

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