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We live in a time of great social change. Awareness of issues that had previously been ignored have garnered more media attention in recent times. There is increasingly more awareness and acceptance of neurodiversity, how race and class affect people’s...
Okay, so you missed our gluten-free workshop… we forgive you. Here are some general baking tips and a recipe to appease you and keep your taste buds buzzing. Baking Basics: Want to turn a glutenous recipe into a celiac-friendly one?...
It was rainy and cold, but it was worth it. Weaving my way through an assortment of small booths and tents pitched during the Purple Onion Festival, hosted on September 23rd in Millennium Park, I hardly perceive the wintry...
There are migrants like myself who travel with documents and reach their place of settlement via airplanes or buses and across borders where clashes with authorities are minimal or no more than one would expect. It is the kind...
Lindsay Yates is a fourth-year Gender and Women's Studies and Media Studies undergraduate student. She is the Ethical Standards Commissioner for the Trent Central Student Association (TCSA) for the 2017-2018 academic year. With International Women's Day 2018 upon us,...
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Peterborough is no stranger to the issue of homelessness. Walking downtown, it wouldn’t take long to spot a few disenfranchised souls wandering the street, sometimes offering a friendly “hello,” and a gracious “thank you,” as the change you’ve decided...

Airport Reflections

Traveling during the holidays is always an interesting experience. There usually isn’t a lot of time to observe “airport culture” as it is often neglected due to the rush associated of traveling. However, a 12-hour layover provided me with a...
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