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It all began with the four days this summer that were supposed to be mine and mine alone. Every university student with a demanding summer job knows what I am talking about. You finish the winter semester, jump headfirst into
It can certainly be said that the Canadian national anthem is well embedded in the minds of Canadians, from when we stood and sang in it in our homeroom classes to the hockey games we attend as adults. The anthem
For nearly the entirety of my post-secondary education, tuition has been frozen in Alberta for domestic students, meaning that I’ve been paying the same amount for tuition each year since 2015. In that year, Alberta’s newly minted NDP government came
As an adult female, I should feel comfortable calling myself a woman. But while I am proud of who I am as a person, the terminology feels unnatural. Whenever I start to label myself a woman, the word catches on
—“Hey, Siri: tell me when the world will be taken over by robots.” —“I’m sorry, Sydney, I’m afraid I can’t do that.” If Siri’s response sends a shiver down your spine, you can thank HAL 9000, the iconic, eerily calm,
The notion that students should “dress for the job they want” is not new. For some students, school is their job, and along that line of thinking comes the desire to dress professionally. These individuals believe that they are
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