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- Highlights from the installation speech of UBC’s 13th President, Arvind Gupta
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Daily Archives: March 16, 2011
Not much. “However horrifying the pictures, however moving the reports, there’s a limit to how much suffering people can take on board – and it’s extremely low.” Writing about any other subject now is nothing but an unbearable display of … Continue reading