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Fall Issue 1: September 9, 2008

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Fall Issue 1: September 9, 2008

Fall1Sep91.pdf

Greensheet1.pdf

This week:

Wan How evaluates the place of technology in our lives

Jackie Law reflects on the nature of friendship

Rudi Krause mourns the gap that has opened up in the Anglican Church

Ingrid Chung thanks the Lord for day-old bread

Nerida Peart raves about Community Groups

Alex Abecina reviews William Cavanaugh's Being Consumed

Duffy Lott-Gibb gives us the beat on the Regent arts scene

A cartoon from Matt Mattoon

And Matthew van Leeuwen cries in the library.

Fall1Sep91.pdf

Greensheet1.pdf

This week:

Wan How evaluates the place of technology in our lives

Jackie Law reflects on the nature of friendship

Rudi Krause mourns the gap that has opened up in the Anglican Church

Ingrid Chung thanks the Lord for day-old bread

Nerida Peart raves about Community Groups

Alex Abecina reviews William Cavanaugh’s Being Consumed

Duffy Lott-Gibb gives us the beat on the Regent arts scene

A cartoon from Matt Mattoon

And Matthew van Leeuwen cries in the library.

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