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Turning a page on excuses: The case for pleasure-reading

With fall term finally underway, for most students, the time for pleasure-reading has ended. Classes having thus resumed their regular pace, the average Warrior will...

Why journalism and journalistic integrity matter more than ever

In the age of fake news and Brietbart Media it is beginning to seem like journalism doesn’t matter much anymore. Any person can write...

I am Prisoner to Mass Media

Jasmine Grannum, Arts and Business, 2B I was talking to one of my closest’s friends the other day. We caught up on life, but then...

Welcome home – you are exactly where you belong

I have been trying to find the words to pen this for two weeks now, and to be honest I am afraid I won’t...

Grey Area of Dieting

“No! I’m not starving myself. I’m just keeping track of my caloric intake”, she says as she eats 5 pieces of celery with two...

Where’s the soul in autotune? Adam's column

Music is an integral part of the human experience. That is why, fittingly, like humanity, music is constantly changing. Each generation has their own soundtrack, a...

My Skin Colour Does Not Define Me

I came across a Youtube video the other night by Kingsley, titled, ACTING WHITE is NOT A THING. He was inspired by the Netflix...

Under these festival lights, we come alive to the soundtrack of our hearts

I had never attended a music festival before—not a major one, at least. I had been to small festivals, where the lineups would bring...

Tinder Made me Shallow…

It never really occurred to me how superficial online dating could be. I’ve watched many online dating “horror stories,” and heard many stories about how...

“Art” is not an excuse for Cultural Appropriation  

May 15, Hal Niedzviecki published an editorial called “Winning the Cultural Appropriation Prize” in Canadian magazine Write. In this editorial, Niedzviecki suggested that cultural...
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