• Editorial

    Engage in Your Education

    How passive are we about our education?

  • Mega-Explode

    What Reactions to U.S. Gov’t’s MegaUpload Takedown Say About the War on Digital Piracy

    The day after the Jan. 18 Wikipedia-led symbolic blackout in protest of the American Congress’s imminent vote on the Stop Online Piracy and Protect Intellectual Property Acts, the American government took down Megaupload.com.

  • Joe Oliver and The Pipeline Problem

    Why Canada’s Natural Resources Minister Needs to Go

    On Jan. 9, The Globe and Mail published an open letter from Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver, who warned that “environmental and other radical groups” were seeking to block the opportunity to diversify Canada’s trade.

  • GOPen Marriage

    Newt Gingrich and the Continuing Crusade to Ruin Free Love

    It’s really unfortunate that Republican presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich has suddenly become the gross, 68-year-old poster boy for open marriage.

  • The Great Blumpkin

    Q: My boyfriend wants me to give him a blumpkin. Why—and is that clean?

  • Hey BoG, You Want to Talk About Contempt?

    I slept in and missed last Thursday’s Board of Governors meeting. But the meetings have become more formulaic than House, and I didn’t need to actually sit through another episode to know how this mess would play out.

  • A Mark, Submission, a Brand, a Scar

    I really like rough sex—being choked, smacked across the face, having nails dug into my body and being grabbed hard. I don’t mind bruising or marks left behind, but the problem is that it’s embarrassing when someone notices.

  • Editorial

    This Ain’t What Democracy Looks Like

    If you haven’t heard, the Concordia Student Union wants you out of the classroom and in the streets fighting against the impending tuition increases yet again.

  • Nah’msayin?

    Stop Sucking Up to Profs!

    You’re in school trying to follow your class/not fall asleep. And then, that student—you know the one—raises his /her hand.

  • The Zombie Apocalypse is Really Not That Far-Fetched

    ...And the Airlines Won’t Care

    The scene at the annual Canadian University Press national conference, NASH 74, played out like a clichéd zombie flick, dirtying bathrooms and Twitter alike in Victoria this past weekend.