Editorial

Internet doesn’t free speech

The Internet hasn’t made speech freer — at least not on this campus.Continue...

Be present

Waiting for things in the future or longing for things that have happened in the past can cause us to wish away the present.Continue...

Don’t wake the dreamers

On July 22, a Huffington Post editorial argued against telling children they can achieve anything they want in life. Instead of managing hopes, parents should support their children’s dreams, no matter how far-fetched their dreams seem.Continue...

Federal budget needs breakdown, not buzzwords

While the 2017 federal budget received the stamp of approval from Principal Daniel Woolf for its purported support of science, innovation and post-secondary education, there are empty promises hidden beneath the trendy jargon and buzzwords.Continue...

Darts & laurels 2016-17

Darts Costume party deemed racist online: A series of photographs from a ‘Beerfest’ costume party surfaced on social media, sparking national media attention and heated debates...Continue...

Door-to-door check-ins admirable, but more work ahead for Guelph

Door-to-door mental health check-ins are a kind gesture, not a sustainable solution.Continue...

One step forward, two steps back

Arguments about how men are impacted by gender equality don’t have to tear down women to be valid.Continue...

Self-deprecation on social media: for expression or for likes?

Where’s the line between celebrating imperfection and using it for approval?Continue...

Thank him tomorrow

Amidst the influx of #internationalwomensday posts on social media outlets this week meant to celebrate the accomplishments and plight of women past and present, one of Canada’s most visible woman, Sophie Gregoire Trudeau, made a blunder.Continue...

Child-rearing isn’t just expensive, it’s individual

Average numbers aren’t as helpful as a specific focus — the real data’s in the details.Continue...

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