Editorial

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...

Fall of humanities may mean rise of mixed education

With more universities moulding the humanities with business and STEM, many students may no longer have to decide between education for the sake of knowledge and education for job security.Continue...

The aisle between ‘men’s’ and ‘women’s’ clothing is just one more invisible line to erase

I can’t remember the last time I got dressed in the morning without thinking about what my outfit said about me, except when I just thought about how it felt like me.Continue...

Educational reform needs nuance, not simplification

There’s no magic fix for public education, nor is pinning hopes on one helpful.Continue...

Tech in the classroom is still contentious

The end isn’t in sight for cellphones in the classroom. Maybe, that’s not such a bad thing.Continue...

Sometimes, an inactive statement is action too

While boycotting United States conferences in reaction to Donald Trump’s immigration ban doesn’t take action on the issue, it makes a statement.Continue...

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