TCSA's Disregard for BDS Measures Against Israel Ignites Student Backlash
By
Chukwugoziem Nwadugbo
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November 22, 2023
A few weeks back, the TCSA was handing out free breakfast sandwiches and bagels from McDonalds, an action students were repulsed by given many people are actively boycotting is McDonalds due to its support of the Israeli occupation of Gaza.
Halfway to 2030 - the Sustainable Development Goals in Peterborough
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Kawartha World Issues Centre (KWIC)
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November 21, 2023
The Kawartha World Issues Centre (KWIC) has been working consistently over the past eight years to create programming that aligns with the goals made in 2015 starting with our SDG forums and reports where we 120 participants identified five local key priority action areas for Nogojiwanong/Peterborough. As 2030 approaches we are committed to continuing education on the SDGs through our in-school workshops to almost 2000 students, our gender equality projects, and our new program entitled Returning to Mother Earth.
To All Those Who Are Neutral In Today’s Holocaust
To All Those Who Are Neutral In Today’s Holocaust
By
Afaf Ghazi
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October 30, 2023
If you have ever wondered how the world allowed the Holocaust to happen, pay close attention to the silence today. The State of Israel is committing a genocide in Gaza, having killed about 5,791 Palestinians, displacing a further 1.4 million Palestinians, and bombing hospitals, bakeries and places of worship.
My Rental Breakdown: A Reflection on Navigating Peterborough’s Housing Crisis as a Clueless Tenant
My Rental Breakdown: A Reflection on Navigating Peterborough’s Housing Crisis as a Clueless Tenant
By
Isla Gole
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June 23, 2023
Summer Journalist Isla Gole hits the ground running in her first op-ed recounting five years' worth of rental anecdotes in a Peterborough folktale with the moral: tenants beware!
How to Write Better, Faster, and More 
How to Write Better, Faster, and More 
By
Evan Robins
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June 7, 2023
Coordinating Editor Evan Robins offers a witty and winding cornucopia's worth of writing advice for those seeking professional advice on the improvement of their craft. Read on for all sorts of insights the more respectable journalists won't tell you!
To All Those Who Are Neutral In Today’s Holocaust
To All Those Who Are Neutral In Today’s Holocaust
By
Afaf Ghazi
and
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October 30, 2023
If you have ever wondered how the world allowed the Holocaust to happen, pay close attention to the silence today. The State of Israel is committing a genocide in Gaza, having killed about 5,791 Palestinians, displacing a further 1.4 million Palestinians, and bombing hospitals, bakeries and places of worship.
My Rental Breakdown: A Reflection on Navigating Peterborough’s Housing Crisis as a Clueless Tenant
My Rental Breakdown: A Reflection on Navigating Peterborough’s Housing Crisis as a Clueless Tenant
By
Isla Gole
and
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June 23, 2023
Summer Journalist Isla Gole hits the ground running in her first op-ed recounting five years' worth of rental anecdotes in a Peterborough folktale with the moral: tenants beware!
How to Write Better, Faster, and More 
How to Write Better, Faster, and More 
By
Evan Robins
and
·
June 7, 2023
Coordinating Editor Evan Robins offers a witty and winding cornucopia's worth of writing advice for those seeking professional advice on the improvement of their craft. Read on for all sorts of insights the more respectable journalists won't tell you!
Closure of Minden ER Signals More Sinister Acts Ahead for Ford Government
Closure of Minden ER Signals More Sinister Acts Ahead for Ford Government
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Sebastian Johnston-Lindsay
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June 2, 2023
The closure, which was announced in April, left just six weeks for residents of Minden and the surrounding municipalities to adjust to the fact that they would be losing access to a key part of their healthcare system.
Maybe They Have to Poop
Maybe They Have to Poop
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Daniel Morris
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May 9, 2023
Following a chance incident during a snowstorm, Daniel Morris contemplates how we ascribe intent to others and suggests a new way to extend the benefit of the doubt.
Yes, Your "Book Boyfriend" Is A Piece Of Shit
Yes, Your "Book Boyfriend" Is A Piece Of Shit
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Abbigale Kernya
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May 5, 2023
The romanticized abuse by male characters in modern-day literature is, to say the least, icky (Colleen Hoover, I am looking directly at you). Without coming across as another pretentious English major who doesn’t know how to stop acting like they’re better than everyone else, I do wholeheartedly believe that we as a collective society need to start thinking more critically about what we consume and more importantly, how we promote it.
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Why Today's Music Sucks: The Decline of Good Music
Why Today's Music Sucks: The Decline of Good Music
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Alyssa Triano
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March 22, 2023
Today's music is created with the intent to sell, not influence. The songs today’s music industry classifies as latest hits are songs that lack quality, density, and abandon what it means to produce authentic and genuine music. Due to the unlimited access we now have to music as well as production through media, releasing music today requires a significantly lower degree of talent than ever before. This has a drastic effect on the music industry and what is considered popular today, and significantly influences how artists now approach releasing new music. 
The Role of Audience
The Role of Audience
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Chanel Bowen
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March 22, 2023
I’ve been challenging myself to audience more. No, that’s not a typo. Lately I’ve been thinking about audience as a verb, the simultaneous role of watching, the active sense of the passive tense being entertained.