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Tips for movie manners and audience etiquette

I think everyone has had the unfortunate experience of dealing with some serious lack of etiquette in a performance based context. This could be anything from people talking during films, texting during a stage play or just an overall lack of respect and manners in a public performance setting. You know exactly the behaviour I’m talking about and, man, it […]

by Michael Oliveri· · Opinion ·
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Considerations for cannabis legalization at Laurier

On October 17, 2018, the Canadian government will be authorizing the recreational consumption, possession and purchase of cannabis in Canada, fulfilling a major campaign promise made by the Liberal government and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The Cannabis Act, also known as Bill C-45, is a law “that will provide legal access to cannabis and to control and regulate its production, […]

by Aaron Hagey· · Campus, National, News ·

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by Kash Patel· · ·
Editorial: To believe or not to believe

Editorial: To believe or not to believe

You are about to read something hypocritical. I’m going to try to convince you that a belief I hold dearly is true, but if at the end you believe it, I will have failed. I want to write it regardless, because it changed my outlook on life. If I wasn’t against clichés, I would claim that it made me the […]

by Kash Patel· · Opinion ·
Editorial: Morality differs from person to person

Editorial: Morality differs from person to person

We don’t often think too deeply about moral dilemmas, and I imagine you couldn’t care less about what I have to say on any given moral issue. That’s alright. What I’m interested in is the fact that we undoubtedly have different views — the fact that, presented with the same set of moral dilemmas, you and the person closest to […]

by Kash Patel· · Opinion ·
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When crowdfunding for a good cause goes wrong

We are living in a time where providing services for strangers, like driving them from place to place with the help of an app, or crowdfunding for any cause imaginable, is almost too effortless to do. Unfortunately, as with all things, sometimes the evolving conveniences of society come with downsides. GoFundMe, the website that gives people a platform to share […]

by Aaron Hagey· · Opinion ·
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OUSA advocates for solutions to gendered violence on post-secondary campuses

May was Sexual Assault Prevention Month, and in lieu of this, the Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance (OUSA), in partnership with student organizations across the country, have released a journal entitled Shared Perspectives: A Joint Publication on Campus Sexual Violence Prevention and Response. The publication gives student-run organizations from across the country the opportunity to lobby against sexual violence on Canadian […]

by Margaret Russell· · News ·