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Topic - Tom Pink
Nominations used to come by mail, then fax and via the school's website, he said.
University spokesman Tom Pink said that in nearly four decades, the Sault Ste. Marie school has "banished" around 900 words or phrases, and somehow the whole idea has survived rapidly advancing technology and diminishing attention spans.