By Frankie Berardino, April 28 2022—
In recent weeks, over 1,000 climate scientists from over 25 countries have mobilized and begun to protest societal inaction regarding climate change. From coating the Spanish parliament in red paint to chaining themselves to … Read the rest
April 27 2022—
If you ever find yourself running a newspaper during a global pandemic, I’ve got some advice for you.
Firstly, I don’t recommend it. It’s pretty stressful, and the uncertainty of planning events or the coverage of those … Read the rest
By Christian Lowry, April 26 2022—
I dislike the term “political correctness.” It is a term normally monopolized by conservative voices who freely pursue lucrative careers as provocateurs while paradoxically claiming that their views are actively being silenced by progressive … Read the rest
By Roog Kubur, April 8 2022—
Just after the second anniversary of the initial COVID-19 lockdown, we are somehow much worse off than when we began. This time it’s not because of new variants or new developments on the best … Read the rest
By Logan Jaspers, April 6 2022—
On Feb. 10, Conservative MP and leadership candidate Scott Aitchison wrote an op-ed for the Huntsville Doppler, where he said “as our country grows further polarized, I worry that more and more Canadians feel … Read the rest
In the most recent round of budget cuts at the University of Calgary, the administration decided to reduce caretaking shifts from four down to two.
This comes after three consecutive years of cuts to caretaking staff, including the abolishment of … Read the rest