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!
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
Penny Oleksiak returns to swim for Canada at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics as we recap her swimming career. Continue reading Penny Oleksiak: A Canadian Swimming Icon
Throughout Plastic-Free July, make sure you try out at least one of our ideas to lead a more sustainable life! Continue reading 10 Ways to Have a Sustainable Summer
More and more people are coming out as LGBTQ+ and the mass public is slowly but steadily beginning to acknowledge this new age of free love and orientation. However, now that we have gotten past this first stage of acknowledgment, new hurdles are emerging. Continue reading Transgender Athletes: An Overview and the Public’s Opinion