I think in the States you call university 'college' right? In Canada college is where you go to learn trades, or to get a certificate or diploma instead of a degree. The tuition is also much cheaper than university.
Is anyone studying environmental science? I will be doing my master's degree next year in Natural Resource Management.
Do you guys think there's a connection between veg*nism and education? (Maybe it's more appropriate for the debate forum? But since we're here...)
Most of the adult veg*ns I know have completed college (aka university) or some higher level, though it could just be that most of the people I interact with have some form of higher education (regardless of their diet). I just wonder sometimes if there's a connection between an elevated awareness of one's diet (that may lead to veg*nism) and education. But I guess that doesn't account for the large number of people who become veg*ns in high school (before attending college, if they do). Anyways, I'm rambling.
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