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Transcript and audio interview with Toronto-based hip hop artist k-os. Conducted at the Bombshelter Pub on University of Waterloo campus, October 4th 2002 as part of the ‘Exit’ album tour.   Clips from interview, interspersed with music, from WPIRG radio show on CKMS 100.3FM in Waterloo: (click here to download mp3)   Full unedited interview […]

Fifty or so local people participated in a Facilitation Training workshop starting off the “From the Ground Up” series of local community-building activities. The workshop was delivered and facilitated by Tree Bressen, of the Fellowship for Intentional Community (web site: www.ic.org). Bressen explained the need for a facilitation workshop: “Most people’s associations with meetings are […]

I wrote this article over the December 2001 holidays, and it was published 4 months to the day after the September 11 attacks, in the University of Waterloo Imprint student newspaper. It’s not completely comprehensive, and there’s been a lot more research and hypothesizing in the time since, but I think it provides some food […]

by Greg Macdougall – Sept 21, 2001 | University of Waterloo Imprint (page 10) It seems like we’re at war now. But I think we can still change that. “An eye for an eye will only make the whole world blind.” -Mahatma Gandhi Besides some war in some far off place, there’s already been some […]

Peace and conflict professor calls for words, not war by Greg Macdougall September 21 2001 – University of Waterloo Imprint student newspaper Since last Tuesday, there’s been a lot said about what the terrorist attacks mean and where we go from here. Unfortunately, most of it seems to call for a solution involving military action. […]

by Greg Macdougall – Sept 14, 2001 | University of Waterloo Imprint (page 12) You can call it the most terrible thing that has ever happened; you can call it pure evil; you can call it karma. What goes around comes around, some people say. And on 09/11, the big bully on the playground, the […]

For four weeks, Linda Barton, nutritionist, Linda Brogden, nurse, and Kathy Winters, psychologist, jointly presented a series of seminars on eating for Energy. Here’s some of the stuff that was talked about.

An in-depth interview with UWaterloo nutritional consultant Linda Barton