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Saturday, July 4, 2020

Doctors must be open with their patients about death

When faced with a terminal diagnosis, it may initially seem logical to provide patients with access to experimental treatments in a last ditch attempt...

DTES residents are people before they’re ‘mentally-ill’

Natasha Wahid’s column’s last instalment “When a Fire starts to burn” shows the exact disdain towards the Downtown Eastside that is responsible for it...

Rob Ford being in rehab vs. still talking about him

Woohoo After months, the man is finally where he needs to be. His blatant alcoholism, substance abuse, prejudice, and all out immaturity make it amazing...

American tactics are quickly invading our election campaigns

There are several things our direct neighbours to the South excel at compared to us: having a charismatic leader, putting bacon on everything, winning...

SFU should become a smoke-free campus

There is a growing trend among university and college campuses in North America to ban cigarette smoking completely, and as far as I’m concerned,...

Early holiday celebrations kill my vibe

I believe you when you say you love Christmas. You love the lights on the trees, Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas is...

Obama has the credentials to be remembered as one of America’s presidents

By Brad McLeod Photos by Flikr As the Humour Editor of this paper, I try my hardest to keep my writing as fun and light-hearted as...

It’s Canada’s Arctic

During Parliament’s winter break, Prime Minister Stephen Harper was making headlines. Though one would have expected that his trip to the Middle East would...

It’s about time Archie had a disabled character

Originating in 1939, Archie comics have been beloved by children and people of all ages for decades. Featuring beloved characters such as Archie, Betty,...

Get real, Getty Images

The fruits of creative labour are among the most zealously guarded; who enjoys having the things they’ve poured their souls into stolen? In the...