Laura Brown

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Being normal

Dressed in a long jean skirt, she walked from the bus stop at the top of Regent Street down the hill onto Prospect Street,...

UPDATE: STU student Heather MacInnis gets new lungs

Her small frame sits on the side of the hospital bed and her feet can’t touch the floor. Slowly, she stands up and makes...

Lack of child care facilities a problem at STU

Nesha Bertin has wanted to be a lawyer since she was eight years old. But her dream changed when she became pregnant at 16. “As much...

CBC producer to examine origin of ideas

Bernie Lucht was 16 when he first watched the production of a television program. He was hooked. “I was impressed by the nature of the event,...

Backstory: As The AQ’s Laura Brown discovered this summer, a house doesn’t always make a home

It was the end of my third day at work and I realized I was dreading the walk home. When I got there, I walked...

The complications of enforcing an alcohol ban

David Townsend says history shows that prohibitions don’t really work. “They’re just about impossible to enforce,” he said. A professor of law and technical advisor to...
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