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Tuesday, January 28, 2020

Canada by car

After driving 2,224 km across 10 provinces, taking 4 ferries, hitting one mink, and spending six weeks with my significant other, I can honestly...

How my anxiety made me a better person

A little over two years ago, I had my first panic attack. In retrospect, it was a pretty normal night — I was in bed...

Living wireless: Things are getting darker than my screen on power-save mode

This is the third post in a week-long web series that documents Preethi’s day-to-day experiences while forgoing a relationship with her cellphone. Check back...

Living abroad, studying abroad, thinking broadly

“Setting foot on campus is like entering into a different world,” were the words my roommate translated from Arabic over coffee. And in the...

Hollywood’s North Korea?

The stark concrete architecture, the ominous fog, the spotty WiFi — if you ever wanted to recreate the feeling of North Korea in the...

Mobile, Mo’ problems: What your phone says about you

By Ljudmila Petrovic They say that the eyes are the windows to the soul. Not in this day and age: seriously, when was the last...

Let them eat, period.

Apologies to minorities on behalf of a nation don’t mean much when the nation’s leader contradicts them in public statements shortly after; they mean...

Jewish holidays and what they mean to SFU students

By: Gene Cole, Martha D, and Ruth Leavitt. Compiled by Gabrielle McLaren, Features editor.  Editor’s note: Beliefs about whether or not the full name of G-d...

Santa Barbara shootings expose the dangers of our societal misogyny

The lives of seven young people were taken in Isla Vista at Santa Barbara City College on May 23, and if you haven’t been...

Living wireless: the last day in a week from hell

This is the seventh and final post in a week-long web series that documents Preethi’s day-to-day experiences while forgoing a relationship with her cellphone....