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Mental health: where Canada falls short

Lately, Canada’s conversation around health care has become shallow and significantly more partisan, with a focus on big ticket and media-heavy items. Despite the...

Why is peace the business of engineers?

Technology has acquired a poor reputation. It has brought to life a world that George Orwell dreamt up as a work of science fiction.  It has...

For the Children

Films are gradually aiming for younger audiences, but niche activities are catering more and more to mature audiences.  Children and teens are the only ones...

Waterloo can get lonely

  If no one’s going to say it, then I’ll say it: this place can get lonely.  When I catch the forlorn stares out of Starbucks’...

Should students get extra credit for being good people?

Should students get extra credit for being good people?  The thought came to me while pondering over a lower-than-average midterm grade.  I suppose, right off the...

Rejection, a path to freedom

Imagine seeing a toddler — about two years old — on the street, alone. Her parents aren’t paying her any attention, although her big brother...

Doing the (mental health) work

Our society has come to accept the notion that “it’s okay to not be okay”. We can agree that mental health is important and struggling...

Can I get a correction?

We want to be clear: the Imprint opinion article released on September 25 titled “Can I get a refund?” is not an accurate portrayal...

How social media has changed travelling

Social media has already taken our self-confidence, our attention spans, and our ability to be happy without external validation – and its next victim...

History of the Indigenous voice Part of an ongoing series by the Indigenous student...

Election periods can raise tensions in any groups of people, however productive or divisive in nature they may be. As a Mohawk-European woman studying Planning...
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