Opinion

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Readjusting after coming home from exchange

In a lot of ways, I don’t think I’ve ever felt quite as out-of place as I do now. A few short months ago, I was spending my weekends gallivanting around Britain to various stage plays and museums, mostly for free through my work with University of Birmingham’s student newspaper, Redbrick. Now I spend my weekends in Waterloo, desperately attempting […]

by Madeline McInnis· · Opinion ·
Editorial: The best years of your life; so far

Editorial: The best years of your life; so far

I’m seven months away from graduation and even though that seems like a long time, I’m already starting to feel anxious, nervous, excited, and curious — basically what everyone feels when they are about to go through a major change in their life.  The one cliché that I have constantly heard during my four years so far at Laurier has […]

by Pranav Desai· · Opinion ·
Editors note: Loyal coworkers

Editors note: Loyal coworkers

As with all workplaces, there are many ups and downs. No workplace is ever perfect.  There are always the coworkers who you work well with, and there’s always some coworkers who are trickier to work with.  Navigating working alongside coworkers during times of high stress can be particularly difficult. Especially when work is only one commitment in addition to school, […]

by Safina Husein· · Opinion ·
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Everyone deserves the right to vote: even ex-felons

By the time this article is published, Florida voters will have been confronted with 12 constitutional amendment proposals during their general election on Nov. 6.  These amendments range everywhere from banning the use of e-cigarettes in enclosed spaces, to banning offshore gas and oil drilling, to increasing taxes.  The fourth amendment aims to restore voting rights to former felons who […]

by Alyssa Di Sabatino· · Opinion ·
Editorial: The lack of creativity in everyday business marketing

Editorial: The lack of creativity in everyday business marketing

Last week I noticed my friend wearing a shirt that said “Netflix and Bills.” Immediately, I pointed how that motto is truly sad and a disappointing way of living.  It made more sense when she turned around and I saw that her shirt was a gift Domus gave. But I was more intrigued by the text at the bottom that […]

by Sadman Sakib Rahman· · Opinion ·
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Social media as a graveyard for altruism

On Feb. 16, 2018, Drake dropped his music video for his single God’s Plan, which depicts him donating his $996 631.90 video budget to Miami residents.  Throughout the video he paid for strangers’ groceries, gave a teenager a new car, personally handed stacks of money to families on the street, took people on shopping sprees, gifted children with piles of […]

by Alyssa Di Sabatino· · Opinion ·