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Winter Issue 6: February 24, 2009

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Winter Issue 6: February 24, 2009

Winter Issue 6
Greensheet 6

This week:

Rudi Krause on, like, our use of the word "like", like

An anonymous celebration of unrequited love

What Vice President External James Matichuk can do for you and how to get money from him

What's in the soup? An unexpected hero

Michael Pasche justifies an intentional lack of foresight

The Back Page featuring "True, False or H Ross" and "The Quiz"

And Matthew van Leeuwen talks about Hockey Day in Canada, Barack Obama and what they have to do with Taste of the World.

ALSO:

A special Forum insert from the RCSA featuring:

An announcement about the first annual RSCA Academic Symposium from Matthew Humphrey

Ryan Munn poses the question: How, then, shall we paint (or play or photograph or dance or write)?

Garreth Higgins examines Clint Eastwood's Gran Torino and the futility of violence.

Winter Issue 6
Greensheet 6

This week:

Rudi Krause on, like, our use of the word “like”, like

An anonymous celebration of unrequited love

What Vice President External James Matichuk can do for you and how to get money from him

What’s in the soup? An unexpected hero

Michael Pasche justifies an intentional lack of foresight

The Back Page featuring “True, False or H Ross” and “The Quiz”

And Matthew van Leeuwen talks about Hockey Day in Canada, Barack Obama and what they have to do with Taste of the World.

ALSO:

A special Forum insert from the RCSA featuring:

An announcement about the first annual RSCA Academic Symposium from Matthew Humphrey

Ryan Munn poses the question: How, then, shall we paint (or play or photograph or dance or write)?

Garreth Higgins examines Clint Eastwood’s Gran Torino and the futility of violence.