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MONDAY, 17 DECEMBER 2012 3:25 PM

Pearson College welcomes the world

With cultural diversity at its heart and soul, Pearson College welcomes deserving students from all over the globe. After almost 40 years and more than 3,500 graduates, there are still a few misconceptions kicking around about Pearson College. For one thing, it's not a prep school, and it's not reserved for the well-off or well-connected. Pearson students come from anywhere from a middle-class high school to a refugee camp. READ MORE
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FRIDAY, 7 DECEMBER 2012 3:39 PM

Drowning in trash and climate change by alumnus Franciso Viddi

Alumnus Francisco Viddi (PC YR 19), Marine Conservation Program Coordinator of WWF Chile, writes about key attitudes and behaviors necessary to ensure that many generations will have the opportunity to enjoy this beautiful planet. READ MORE
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FRIDAY, 7 DECEMBER 2012 2:23 PM

Alumnus Brett House co-writes op-ed: How Uganda's 'kill the gays' bill is a homophobic farce

Alumnus Brett House (PC YR 15, 1988-90) is currently a Chazen Visiting Scholar at Columbia Business School and Senior Fellow at the Jeanne Sauvé Foundation in Montréal. Gerald Bareebe is a Ugandan journalist and a 2012-13 Sauvé Scholar. They co-wrote this op-ed piece for the National Post. READ MORE
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