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Menstrual madness: tampon meltdown

Tampons are a very personal and intimate thing. Each person who uses them has their own unique preferences but to me there must be...

Spooking from scratch

Growing up without having the allowance on hand to buy a Power Rangers Halloween costume (try as I might, 8 years running), I grew...

The so-called technological dystopia

Technology will be the death of us. It is something that can contribute to progress in our glodalized world, but it is also something that...

Subjective no more: There is a right side

After the terrorist attack in Charlottesville, President Donald Trump’s response where he condemned “hatred, bigotry, and violence on many sides,” elicited a lot of...

Global literature doesn’t reach far enough

As an English Literature major, I don’t ask for much while I weave and twist my way around the required courses in my field. My...

Curled up in Dana Porter

Curled up on a sofa of Dana Porter library, I read through the last few pages of the book which I had flicked off...

A push for the paper

Many students are eager to find fault with school services, especially those they do not utilize. When it comes to the UW student newspaper,...

Preaching beyond the choir

From catastrophic weather phenomena to ever-worsening global climate conditions, there is no longer any doubt about the devastating effects of climate change - or...

Full STE(A)M ahead

As a student here at Waterloo, you’ve almost certainly heard the term “STEM.” This acronym stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math - degrees...

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...
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