The World of 2022
Twenty twenty-two. A year of new rules, new conflicts, new peace, and most importantly, change. Though it would be impossible to summarize everything that has altered the composition of our world throughout the year, let’s break down the major events that have influenced us, month-by-month. Continue reading The World of 2022
What’s all the controversy with the 2022 Qatar World Cup?
There has been much chatter about the controversy of the first-ever World Cup in the Middle East, but what exactly is the controversy about? Continue reading What’s all the controversy with the 2022 Qatar World Cup?
#StopAsianHate – Over 2 years later
In March 2020, something invisible to the human eye flooded the world to transform our lives forever. 2 years later, it’s time to look at what else has changed for a group that has been the face of the misinformation crisis during the pandemic. Continue reading #StopAsianHate – Over 2 years later
Radium Girls: Bones That Glow in the Dark
The watch that you’re wearing on your wrist has a dark past, having birthed the story of the Radium Girls. Continue reading Radium Girls: Bones That Glow in the Dark
A Year in Progress and Regress: 2021
While fires may be burning all around us, 2021 has not failed to offer glimpses of light in the darkness. Continue reading A Year in Progress and Regress: 2021
Young Canadians File Court Challenge to Lower Federal Voting Age
A group of Canadian children and youth are set to make history, opening the possibility that they and their peers may be able to cast a ballot in the next federal election. Continue reading Young Canadians File Court Challenge to Lower Federal Voting Age
Back to Class, Back to Clubs, Back to School!
Although I can’t say that I’m particularly excited to return to school, I am just a little bit eager to see what the new term will bring. Continue reading Back to Class, Back to Clubs, Back to School!
Afghanistan: The Current Situation
By: Amy Lu Afghanistan is a country that’s seen and been through no small amount of war; in 1838, Britain initiated the first of three British-Afghan Wars while attempting to take control of Afghanistan, ultimately resulting in British defeat as well as Afghanistan’s independence. The Soviet Union then “invaded Afghanistan in 1979 to support a Communist-led coup“, but withdrew after 10 years of fighting, only … Continue reading Afghanistan: The Current Situation
DANGER! Extreme Weather and the Climate Crisis
2021 has made it painfully clear how much the climate has truly changed. It is up to us to save ourselves from becoming the next dystopian box office sensation. Continue reading DANGER! Extreme Weather and the Climate Crisis
COVID Teens and the Return to ‘Normal’
OK, here’s the deal: I’m concerned. For the past 1.5 years (or 10 years, I’ve lost count), we’ve been inside, alone, surrounded by limited conversation, messy rooms, and depressing music. But soon, we’ll be returning to ‘normal,’ whatever that is. Continue reading COVID Teens and the Return to ‘Normal’