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The Olympics are political, and Beijing 2022 is no exception

It was July of 2015 when Beijing was awarded the 2022 Winter Olympic Games. Seven years later, the world is very different, at least...

The Healing Powers of Studio Ghibli

If you are anything like me and the millions of people across the world who have been testing different means of escapism during these...

Why are gyms closing yet again?

One thing you have probably heard at least once during these early days of 2022 is “New year, new me.” The New Year is...

A difficult quest

Using Quest is like playing a passive-aggressive Monty Hall problem. What’s behind the Grades door? The Class Schedule door? Enroll? Academics? Course Selection? What...

Let’s take engineering seriously: Integrating ethics into the SE and CS core curriculum

Since the start of the pandemic, software has ruled our lives. As a student going from Zoom lectures to Discord group project calls to...

The influence of pop culture on language ‘Good soup’ is just the latest...

Up until a few months ago, if someone had said “Good soup” to me without any context, I would have stared at them in...

The importance of media literacy

Media literacy refers to the ability to critically evaluate and understand media.  According to the United States Department of Education, more than half of all...

The complicated ethics of thrift stores

Thrift (/THrift/): the quality of using money and other resources carefully and not wastefully. Thrift stores, or charity stores, have been around since the 1890s,...

Hybrid opinion on hybrid classes

This fall the University of Waterloo, along with other universities across Canada, implemented hybrid classes which saw the return of many more students from...

Redefining the ‘good life’

Redefining the ‘good life’ by Hassan Ali (4A Nano Engineering)  Ecological destruction and poor mental health have come to define the state of both nature...
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