Will KVD Vegan Beauty Survive the Reputation of its Notorious Predecessor?
Kat Von D has been problematic for over a decade.
It’s Possible to Appreciate Kobe Bryant as an Athlete and Acknowledge His Wrongs
After the deaths of Kobe Bryant, Gianna Bryant, Alyssa Altobelli, Keri Altobelli, John Altobelli, Christina Mauser, Sarah Cheste, Payton Chester, and Ara Zobayan, the world is grieving. Simultaneously, there are many whose experiences are being silenced.
CSU General Coordinator Should Be Impeached March 1
With the number of by-law violations outlined in the motion, a lack of meaningful projects and his clear lack of passion for issues that actually matter, it’s time for him to go.
The Recent Iran Situation Fits Into an Age-Old Pattern
America is no stranger to breaking the standards to which it holds other states. The thing is, it almost never seems to be held accountable for the harm it causes.
A Glance at the Modern Phenomena of Cancel Culture
What is being cancelled? Where did it come from, and, most importantly, does it even do anything?
We’re Way Beyond Reconciliation
How can there be hope for reconciliation between the Canadian government and Indigenous Peoples when they are being pushed out of the lands on which they built their communities?
Public Speaking Might Needlessly Aggravate Symptoms of Social Anxiety
Most of us dislike public speaking, but for those with social anxiety, it can mean the end of the world.
As an advocacy publication, we believe it is crucial to be a platform for queer voices to set the record straight.
Digital Can’t Even
Reading on paper feels nostalgic when everything around us is moving so fast that we can almost see the world turning.
Public Transportation is a Haven for People With Predatory Intentions Looking to Commit Their Acts of Assault With Little Risk
Public transportation is a haven for people with predatory intentions looking to commit their acts of assault with little risk of repercussion.