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
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
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
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’
Let’s talk about variants; namely, the Delta variant of COVID-19, and what this means for us, our friends and family, and our communities, both close to home and in the world at large. Continue reading COVID-19 Delta Variant: What You Need to Know
A number of misconceptions about the vaccines have arisen, including the notion that they will cause more harm than good. We will set your mind at ease and thoroughly look at common vaccine misconceptions to ensure you are aware of the truth behind the common rumours. Continue reading Debunking COVID-19 Vaccine Myths and Why You Should Get Vaccinated
Feminism is about more than just women. Feminism is not the degradation of men. Feminism has finally become the “Little Engine that Could”, chugging along the newly set tracks through hills and over rivers, but then COVID-19 came along and smashed the steel and bolts to pieces. Continue reading Feminism vs. COVID-19: How a global pandemic has failed more than just our vacation plans
By: Catherine He It was the first day of a March Break that would go down in history when I was boarding the four-o’clock train home. Bags in hand, I climbed the steps of the GO train and found a seat on the second floor. As the ride began, I started to feel highly uncomfortable. This was because a blonde woman, sitting across from me, … Continue reading What does it mean to be Asian during COVID-19?
Discover COVID-19 and the issues associated with it from a younger perspective in the form of poetry. Continue reading The Screen Disease
Do you have no idea on what the heck you’re going to do with yourself over the COVID-19 school break? Here are 7 ideas to keep yourself occupied! Continue reading 7 Ideas On What To Do on the COVID-19 School Break!