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Bring Your Veg*nism to School | April 3, 2008

Next week for class, I (Jenny) have to compare two research articles on the same topic and discuss the methodology of them in a class presentation (I won’t bore you with the details of this project).  I am using this as an opportunity to teach my classmates about vegetarianism.  I have chosen two articles, which both come to the conclusion that vegetarianism reduces the risk for colorectal cancer.  So while I am blowing their minds with my skills in research methodology, I am also teaching them about the benefits of going vegetarian.  When you are given a class project, try to think of it as a way to teach your teacher and/or your classmates about living a cruelty free life.


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Hello - we are Jenny and Ryan, a couple living in Brooklyn, New York. We are both busy with school and work but try to take time to do something every day to make the world a better place for animals. Occasionally we may link to outside websites for additional resources, but we do not necessarily endorse all policies of these organizations. Despite the title of our blog, the focus is not only on walruses. So what's with the title? We named this blog after our cat, Wally, aka The Walrus. We are the proud parents of two cats (Wally and Tito) and one dog (Luigi).







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