From the Editors

The choice is in the vote. By Samantha Thompson [executive editor] In high school, I was that persistent kid that told everyone they needed to vote. All the time. My 18th birthday was a time to celebrated solely because it meant I could vote in my first election, and I was in fact annoyed that... Continue Reading

Spend your money wisely

CFS referendum at Capilano takes a turn for the worse.... Continue Reading

Legitimate democracy

Why the KSA election needs your vote.... Continue Reading

Poor word choice should not affect accepting cash

KPU should keep Chip and Shannon Wilson’s $12-million investment amidst controversy.... Continue Reading

King Harper disregards regarded research

Destroying science is not the Canada we want.... Continue Reading

The cheque's in the mail

But is anyone paying attention to the KSA?... Continue Reading
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Everything seems impossible until it’s done

Remembering Mandela as a man more than his quotes.... Continue Reading

Letter: Corporate partners not worth the price

Crim student Miles Maclean takes issue with KPU partnerships with multinational corporations.... Continue Reading

Levant doesn’t deserve NASH keynote

National student press conference no place for hateful remarks.... Continue Reading

Attack ad culture hurts Canadians

Political civility takes a holiday.... Continue Reading

Could the term ‘slut-shaming’ be more harmful than helpful?

While it’s more widely-used than ever, the phrase is far from perfect.... Continue Reading

The social politics of 'slash shipping' and fanfiction

Do fangirls who ship male characters together fetishize homosexuality?... Continue Reading

Pro-rape sentiments blur lines for sexual consent on campuses

Chanting Halifax students oblivious to the real message.... Continue Reading

A society of George Zimmermans

Removal of racial profiling in Zimmerman case upholds discrimination.... Continue Reading

Strife begins at misconception

How pro-life group Protectores Vitae is using a straw man to promote their cause.... Continue Reading