Homeless:It's No Game is an excellent example of "serious gaming." Created by SFU SIAT student Terry Lavender in Chris Shaw's graduate level game design class, it allows the user to experience in a small way the deep frustrations of being homeless. It should...
"With increasing rage, he and his administration have begun to
tell us, we are not permitted to disagree with them, that we cannot be
right, that Colin Powell cannot be right." Olberman is not
only to be supported in his comments on Bush and his administration's
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Hunter Shot by Cheney Suffered Minor Heart Attack
*By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Published: February 14, 2006
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The man shot by Vice President Dick Cheney suffered a minor heart attack after...
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Bush Lied Over Katrina, Sacked Head of Disaster Agency Saysby Rupert Cornwell in Washington
Michael Brown, head of the federal disaster agency at the time of
Hurricane Katrina, has reopened a painful wound for President George
Bush, charging that the White House knew...
Published on Thursday, February 9, 2006 by Inter Press Service
WTO Biotech Ruling Reveals Special Interests, Say Critics
by Emad Mekay
WASHINGTON - A World Trade Organisation decision that called European safety bans on genetically modified food illegal under its global...
Podcasts reach Peruvian villages
The podcasts are downloaded at a telecentre before broadcast
In Peru's remote Andean mountains, villages like Chanta Alta only have electricity for two hours a day.Despite this, a new pilot project is using podcasting to get important...
Fish Out of Water
By Nicola Temple
Salmon Program Coordinator, Raincoast Coversation Society, BC This past fall, before the start of the small stream surveys,
I had the opportunity to work along side scientists from the
Think it’s a big deal to lose to a girl?
Not if you weigh 103 pounds and wrestle in Alaska.
Michaela Hutchison made history Saturday night in Anchorage
when she won the big-class division at 103 pounds at the state
wrestling tournament. Her 1-0 win over Aaron Boss in the...
Wendy Wasserstein, Chronicler of Women's Identity Crises, DiesBy CHARLES ISHERWOOD
Published: January 30, 2006
Wendy Wasserstein, who spoke for a generation of smart, driven but sometimes unsatisfied women in a series of popular plays that included the long-running Pulitzer...
""World News Tonight" co-anchor Bob Woodruff and cameraman Doug Vogt remain in stable but serious condition following surgery at a U.S. military hospital in Iraq. The two and an Iraqi soldier were seriously injured when their convoy was hit by an improvised...
ABC's Woodruff and Cameraman Seriously Wounded in IraqBy CHRISTINE HAUSER
Published: January 29, 2006
The new co-anchor of ABC's "World News Tonight", Bob Woodruff, was seriously wounded with his cameraman in Iraq today when the military convoy they were traveling...
Climate Expert Says NASA Tried to Silence HimBy ANDREW C. REVKIN
Published: January 29, 2006
The top climate scientist at NASA says the Bush administration has tried to stop him from speaking out since he gave a lecture last month calling for prompt reductions in emissions...
Senate panel OKs drilling in arctic refuge
Republicans attach language to filibuster-proof spending billWASHINGTON - The Senate Energy Committee voted Wednesday to open the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in...
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I. Lewis Libby Resigns From White House Posts
Adviser to Cheney Is Indicted in Leak CaseWASHINGTON, Oct. 28 - I. Lewis Libby Jr., Vice President Dick Cheney's
chief of staff and one of...
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Rome Bans Goldfish Bowls
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ITALY: October 26, 2005
ROME - The city of Rome has banned goldfish bowls, which animal rights activists say are cruel, and has made regular dog walks mandatory in the Italian capital, the town's...