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by Jeni Armstrong
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It turns out that you can go home, after all.

     For four years in the early 1990s, my home was in Waterloo. Not really the city itself, but the campus of the University of Waterloo. And even then, not really the whole campus, just the small sliver of real estate that belonged to the four church colleges, the place where I studied, slept, made all manner of mistakes and learned from a few of them. ...

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