Signed Editorial

Alternate realities can’t become permanent realities

Hyper-realistic technology has the potential to change the idea of reality as we know it, but not without a cost to the physical world.Continue...

French divide

There’s a reality many French-speaking Canadians outside of Quebec face where their ability to speak the language is overshadowed by whether or not it’s considered “real” French.Continue...

The measure of a man

It’s time we had an honest conversation about what it means to be a man.Continue...

Scary Stephen

Stephen Harper is no stranger to the politics of fear, a strategy he’s effectively used to his advantage. His goal is to make voters fearful of the economic consequences if he’s voted out of office.Continue...

No more excuses

Around this time last year I walked into the JDUC’s McLaughlin Room in anticipation of attending my first town hall meeting — it was to solicit student input on the changes to the minimum tuition payment deadline.Continue...

More than human

Humans it seems are becoming more mechanized.

Technology is allowing us to progress farther than we ever have before, but I worry that our advancements have outstripped our humanity.Continue...

Think first, then protest

Though university students are often touted as some of the most tolerant individuals in society, recently students have proven that they aren’t always open to contentious discussions.Continue...

Vroom vroom

The automobile is under attack and one of the victims is the Chevrolet Volt.Continue...

Sweet talk

Artificial sweeteners are a misunderstood scientific breakthrough. Unfortunately scientists and the government aren’t vocal enough to alleviate our safety concerns.Continue...

We need to talk

I’m tired of talking about the weather. I don’t want to discuss Gap sales or gas prices either.
I refuse to be an active participant in this generation’s semantic drudge.Continue...

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