Opinion

Opinion

ADHD and Me: Part II

Editor’s Notes: This article is part two of “ADHD and Me” published in Fall 2018. October was ADHD Awareness Month. I found that out through YouTube and it took me by surprise. I live with ADHD, and to put it frankly, in October I wasn’t being aware of my own […]

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What’s Missing in Science

What’s Missing in Science   t’s 2015, and I’m not sure if I like my program. Introductory biology and chemistry courses are an onslaught of weekly quizzes, pre-labs, labs, and other CourseLink conundrums that test high school concepts I assumed were safe to discard. When I go to a counsellor […]

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Boiled Water, Busted Pipelines

What a Minority Liberal Government Could Mean for Indigenous Communities   ACCORDING TO THE Government of Canada’s tracking system, there are currently 57 First Nations communities across Canada still living under a boil water advisory (BWA), which means the water is generally not useable for cooking, drinking, or cleaning unless […]

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Into The Light

Exhibit at the Guelph Civic Museum Shows the Institutional History of Eugenics in Southern Ontario INTO THE LIGHT is an exhibit at the Guelph Civic Museum co-curated by Mona Stonefish, Peter Park, Dolleen Tisawii’ashii Manning, Evadne Kelly, Seika Boye and Sky Stonefish that shows and discusses the role Southern Ontario […]