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Propaganda in the age of social media

On Jan. 6, 2021, in Washington, DC, the death rattle of the Trump presidency rang out. I never expected to turn on the news and see images of Trump supporters storming the United States capitol, pictures of congress members hiding

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Culture

Review: Enola Holmes

If I said I had heard of Enola Holmes before watching the movie, I’d be lying. However, I will admit that after watching the made-for-Netflix movie, I was pleasantly surprised. The 2020 film directed by Harry Bradbeer and produced by,

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Opinions

Review: Emily in Paris

Netflix’s original series, Emily in Paris, has managed to both delight and offend viewers. The show was created by Darren Star, famously known for the series, Sex and the City. With Star’s name on the project, it’s no surprise that

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Opinions

Final thoughts: tear them down

After demonstrators tore down a statue of Sir John A. MacDonald in Montreal on Aug. 29, politicians and commentators came out of the woodworks to denounce their actions. Some merely criticized the vandalism, saying the statue should only be removed

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Opinions

Final thoughts: make yourself at home

The dust has settled on our diseased world. Things are not normal, of course, but the delirium of the early months of the pandemic has been almost completely replaced by an ambient uneasiness towards a danger that is still very

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Culture

Review: Down to Earth with Zac Efron

The first clip I saw of Down to Earth with Zac Efron was 20 seconds into a trailer I hadn’t been paying attention to. Efron, narrating over some stock footage of urban environments, says: “Food, water, and energy are all

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Opinions

Mulan remake

I am someone who remembers watching the animated Mulan movie growing up. For me, there are many treasured memories of the movie, such as Mushu, Cri-kee’s humorous banter, and the ever classic song “I’ll Make A Man Out Of You.”

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Campus

University is not job training

There are dozens of potential factors to consider when choosing whether to go to university, which program to enter, or which major to declare: interest, difficulty, and quality of programming are just a few of the big ones. These factors

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Campus

Accessibility as afterthought

For many post-secondary students, the experience of university can be stressful. There’s loans to worry about, getting to class on time, staying on top of grades, and maybe even trying to hold down a job. For many of these students,

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Education

The virginity myth

On Nov. 6, 2019, 39-year-old rapper T.I. “Tip” (real name Clifford Joseph Harris Jr.) disclosed while on an episode of the Ladies Like Us podcast that he accompanies his 18-year-old daughter, Deyjah Harris, to her gynecologist appointments in order to

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