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Sharing embassies is a PR nightmare

Counter-point: Canada more than capable of handling its own diplomatic affairs To see point, click here! By Ryan Bromsgrove Photos by Adam Ovenell-Carter EDMONTON (Gateway) — “Hey you...

High tea and diplomacy

Point: Sharing embassies is not a threat to Canadian democracy To see counter-point, click here! By Gian-Paolo Mendoza Graphic by Ben Buckley The Canadian and British governments have...

Occupying our thoughts

Perspectives on the movement a year later By Jennifer Bednard Photos by Lindsay Brown With the anniversary of Occupy recently behind us, there has been a lot...

Should you drop out of school?

The current cost of education doesn't match up with student expectations By Esther Tung Photos by Mark Burnham There are a dwindling number of scenarios in which...

Getting a feminist makeover

New makeup ads use feminism as a marketing ploy By Ljudmila Petrovic Photos by Vaikunthe Banerjee Advertising companies are often accused of objectifying and sexualizing women. One...

Fish and chips or frankenfish

The latest edible to get bioengineered could be B.C.'s own salmon By Kristina Charania Photos by Steven Zolneczko Hey, you. Yeah, you — the kid shivering at...

Letter to the Editor, Oct. 9th

Dear editor, On October 9th, 1968, The Peak ran a small ad which read as follows: “Girls -- need help? in trouble? Contact the Women’s Caucus...

Facing up to the status quo

Refusing to participate in social conventions today could help you save face in the future By Devyn Lewis Photos by Ben Buckley So here’s the thing: I’m...

Letters to the Editor, Oct. 1st

Engage this Dear editor, I am writing to you because I feel that the majority of undergraduate students are not aware of the ramifications of Build...

The aesthetics of copyright

Copyright law is changing the way that design aesthetics develop   By Jennifer Bednard Photos by Mark Burnham By now, most people have heard of the landmark decision...