Kristen Cussen | Recently, feminism has become tainted by the stereotypical image of a needlessly raging woman. She holds a sign that says “the future is female” in one hand and a megaphone in the other. From her mouth, she spews venom at any man who dares cross her path and roams the internet in search of a good old heated argument full of memes … Continue reading FEMINISM IN 2020
Lilia Smichenko | Nicky Nguyen was in the Black Market, a thrift store in Downtown Toronto, searching through clothing, trying to find another treasure to add to her wardrobe. It might seem overwhelming for someone who has never been to this store before, but certainly not for Nguyen. She knew they had 50 per cent off that day, so she might save even more than … Continue reading TO THRIFT OR NOT TO THRIFT
Pablo Balza | Lost or confused about the decisions about post-secondary? You’re not alone. Many students stress about whether they will be attending post-secondary or not. Feeling worried about your future is normal. It means you care to achieve your dreams, and you hope to become successful. Everybody goes through that point in their lives of figuring out what they want to do, and also … Continue reading WHY DO STUDENTS TAKE A GAP YEAR AFTER HIGH SCHOOL?
Ryan Wanzala | On the street around town or on transit, many people have headphones in their ears going about their day-to-day business. But it’s not always music they’re listening to. Podcasts have increasingly become more popular. After all, it’s convenient to your schedule, the quality is highly infectious, and the large sea of content is everywhere. But this is not new. The format has … Continue reading PODCAST PANDEMONIUM