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Author: Kianni Reynolds-Lewis

Culture

Sexualization in cartoons: Lola Bunny gets a new look

On Thursday, March 4, one of the many topics trending on Twitter was Lola Bunny. Entertainment Weekly had released the first set of images from the highly anticipated Space Jam: A New Legacy starring LeBron James. The first image featured

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Campus

Things to do this reading week

During COVID, we’ve seen an increase in continuous work since everyone is stuck at home. But constant work and no breaks for fun can be draining. And with the past extreme cold week finally behind us, many are itching to

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Campus

Celebrating Black History Month 2021

February is annually recognized as Black History Month (BHM) in Canada. Each February, we focus on celebrating and learning more about Black people who contributed to humanity via culture, politics, arts, music, and literature. And as of Feb. 1, BHM

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Date night

How-to: Have a COVID-safe Valentine’s Day

COVID has certainly taken a toll on us this past year, and for many of us, both romantic and platonic relationships have taken large hits due to safety measures. But no matter what lies ahead, opting to stay in on

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Food

The best warm holiday drinks

Let’s face it, this year the holidays may end up looking a little different. Now that the current outdoor gathering limit for family functions is 15, what better way to celebrate and unwind over the holidays than by mixing a

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Lifestyle

Holiday movie 2020 must-watch list

Holiday movies have expanded since the era of A Charlie Brown Christmas and the stop-motion version of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. Though some classics remain must-watches every holiday season, there is always room for more movies to add to your roster, especially

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Lifestyle

Things to do while stuck indoors

Wanting to get outside for some fresh air can be a saving grace while stuck at home during COVID-19 social distancing. But with each passing day, it’s starting to get darker earlier and becoming considerably colder. This can only mean

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Culture

It’s time to talk about fatphobia

Fat-shaming is sewn into the fabric of our culture and has embedded itself in our everyday lives to the point where we don’t often recognize when we’re perpetuating fatphobia, or the fear and/or hatred of fat bodies. “It’s a disdain,

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Recipe

Recipe: Bacon and egg bagel breakfast sandwich

With a majority of classes taking place online, I now find myself having more time for breakfast, something that used to consist of a granola bar and two coffees; a medium double-double from Tim’s and a grande caramel macchiato from

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How-to

How-To: Spring clean

It’s hard to believe that winter is almost over when you live in a city where it snows for over half the year. Warmer temperatures, blooming flowers, and chirping birds are right around the corner and yet for most of us, things

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