Tag: social

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In London will take place a dangerous social and health experiment

TORONTO – Freedom Day in England, with the elimination of almost all anti-Covid restrictions. But at what price? Britain becomes, at a time when the whole world still has to deal with the pandemic, an immense laboratory in which the government led by Prime Minister Boris Johnson has decided to carry out a dangerous social-health experiment. At first sight, this is a political breakthrough that is difficult to understand. (more…)

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Appello “social” dell’Università di Toronto: “Salviamo i corsi della Laurentian”

TORONTO – Solidarietà fra Università: quella di Toronto lancia un accorato appello a favore della Laurentian di Sudbury dopo i drastici tagli che l’hanno colpita spazzando via decine di corsi, compresi gli Italian Studies, con la conseguente perdita di posti di lavoro per gli insegnanti e disagi per gli studenti. (more…)

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The concerning effects of social media

EnglishItalianPortugueseSpanishGermanDutchFilipinoPolishChinese (Simplified)ArabicBengaliGreekTurkishKoreanJapanesePersianRomanian Social media has infiltrated almost every aspect of modern life. Worldwide, social media users number about 3.8 billion, roughly 50% of the global population.

It is a means by which people can stay in touch, interact and a way to create and/or exchange information and ideas in a virtual environment. It can be a beneficial tool, especially at a time when medical experts advise keeping physically distanced to mitigate the spread of Covid-19. (graph 1, see above)


Editorials English Filipino

Social media

WHAT IS YOUR TRUE COLOR? Nowadays with technology, we expose our true colours not only within our community but also to the entire world. Our mouth has been replaced with our fingers.  What we type and post on social media does so much damage to our character. We all claim to be honest and well respected. Yet, how we behave most of the time is so contradictory to who we are. (more…)

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