By Stan Persky | December 21, 2001

Today no one cares about the tongue of Orpheus cut out by order of the tyrant yesterday.     And everyday schoolchildren visit the museum to gaze indifferently upon the tongue of Orpheus in a glass case.    Allthat’slivingmemorytome isbuttheendofhistory    for the children bow their heads only to the little screens    in their palms "…class…

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The Smoking Debate

By Raywat Deonandan | December 19, 2001

Raywat Deonandan wades carefully into the debate over smoking.

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If a Tree Doesn’t Fall in Williams Lake, Does Anybody Hear?

By Meryl Duprey | December 14, 2001

Meryl Duprey files a Globalization progress report from Williams Lake, British Columbia

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Lights Out At The El Mocambo

By Bill King | December 2, 2001

Bill King remembers Toronto’s recently deceased El Mocambo from a musician’s point of view

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By Stan Persky | November 30, 2001

Giddy about the end of term, our two trouble-making pedagogues offer a synopsis of how to get to class

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By Stan Persky | November 28, 2001

Knighton and Persky, trouble-making instructors at North Vancouver’s Capilano College, offer a synopsis of the first chapter of a book outlining their revolutionary pedagogic methods

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Revenge of the Sociologists

By Daniel Gawthrop | November 24, 2001

Daniel Gawthrop scratches his head over
"cultural creatives"

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The Dust of Memory

By Michael Burtt | October 30, 2001

Michael Burtt attempts to define the essential quality of the Post September 11th world

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By Stan Persky | August 28, 2001

Stan Persky begins a relevant argument with Internet Search Engines

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Kisses, Punches

By Lanny Beckman | August 4, 2001

Lanny Beckman on Kisses, Punches

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