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Commentary: My brother Luke

For Ben Pugsley, having an autistic brother has been one of the great blessings of his life, but the way the province funds group...

Commentary: Get the F off my ID

I love lady’s night at clubs as much as the next mediocre-dancin’, lady-lovin’ person. Who doesn't love boppin’ to music, hands in pockets, at the...

Commentary: Are the liberal arts truly open-minded?

Fiona Steele asks whether institutions like STU are guilty of classicism when it comes to the rural working class      Let me bring you back to...

Commentary: Don’t fall in love with serial killers

Ted Bundy was hot. His irresistible blue eyes and charming smile were almost enough to make any girl swoon. Some women sent him love letters...

Commentary: A double major in journalism and motherhood

When I found out I was pregnant, I knew I had to go back to school. I'd been graduated from high school for a...

Commentary: Socialism is not a theory in Latin America

With Venezuela teetering on collapse, international student Isabella de los Reyes cautions Canadians to talk to people experiencing misrule. One day I was sitting in...

Commentary: Being supportive is knowing when to shut up

Warning: This story contains graphic content about sexual assault, mental illness and abuse that may disturb some readers.  I remember the first time I went...

Commentary: Time for gender equality in sports

“Weird looking kitchen but OK.” “She's gonna call a penalty on somebody for something she remembered him doing six years ago.” These are just some of...

Commentary: Being Asian in a sea of whiteness

Being one the of the only Asian kids in Digby, Nova Scotia had its perks. For example, if I didn't want to talk to someone,...

Commentary: Mental illness isn’t a choice

We were halfway through practice when I started feeling dizzy. I ran across the court to get a ball and all of a sudden...

Commentary: Forgetting about food

Warning: This story contains graphic content about eating disorders and their effects that may disturb some readers. In November 2016, I was newly diagnosed with...

At war with myself: My experience with an eating disorder

Warning: This story contains graphic content about eating disorders and their effects that may disturb some readers. It was 11 o'clock on a school night....
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