A People’s History of Canada Column
In the mid-1800s, the dissection of human bodies was illegal, and anyone caught doing so could be punished for desecrating human remains.
Anything and Everything Needs its Own Day, Apparently
Do these days really need to be recognized?
D is for Disappointment
Maybe women are more likely to orgasm when their partner gives a damn.
If There Were 25 Hours in a Day, I’d Waste All of Them
To tell you the truth, I somehow manage to procrastinate being in crisis mode.
A Look at Concordia’s History of Sexual Violence
Victims of sexual violence are not just a statistic.
Acknowledging the Derogatory and Racist Imagery Outside Washington and Cleveland
Do you expect me to believe changing the racist name of a team is too hard?
Too Many People, Including Myself, Face Judgement From Others
I was angry, I was numb, I was silenced
Concordia’s Senate and Board of Governors Are Lacking Student Representation
Student representation is an integral part of the university, yet fewer students are a part of Concordia’s governing bodies
Here’s Hoping We See the End of The Stereotyping of Pot Users
For too long, marijuana smokers were attached to the stereotypical stoner image.
Legalization Benefits Higher Classes, While the Incarcerated Remain Imprisoned
Legalization should benefit everyone.