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The fine line between Anti-Semitic language and ideology

The fine line between Anti-Semitic language and ideology

I’m sitting in the 24-hour lounge, pretending to study. I stopped listening to music a while ago and instead opted for casually eavesdropping on conversations around me, like the Samwise I am. At the table behind me, a guy is sitting with a friend and chatting. Their conversation is boring until another person walks by. He greets this person with […]

by Shyenne MacDonald· · Opinion ·
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A night of discrimination at the strip club

I like to think I’m a fun, outgoing guy. I’m always up to try new things and try to make the most of any experience. That’s why when I had the opportunity to go out to a strip club in Niagara Falls with two friends of mine, I thought I was ready for a new opportunity. I had actually been […]

by Andreas Patsiaouros· · Opinion ·
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Why I refuse to give blood

While I was home for reading week, I was treated to a news story about my local hospital being the most generous in terms of blood donation. That’s heartwarming. Their slogan is “it’s in you to give,” after all. I’d finish that slogan as “it’s in you to give—as long as you’re not a man who’s had sex with another […]

by Madeline McInnis· · Opinion ·