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Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Multitasking helps students tune in, not out

by Serena Bains, Staff Writer Before the pandemic forced us all to watch our professors struggle with technical difficulties through a screen, we were doing...

Celebrating Transgender Day of Remembrance should be backed with action

by Madeleine Chan, Opinions Editor Content Warning: Mentions of transphobia, trans death.  It has been almost 21 years since Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDoR) was first...

What Grinds Our Gears: Wear a fucking helmet

by Madeleine Chan, Opinions Editor I cannot count the number of people that I’ve seen just this past summer that haven’t worn a helmet while...

Mainstream veganism needs to focus on equity over moral outrage

by Meera Eragoda, Arts & Culture Editor I grew up with a vegetarian mother and ate a mainly vegetarian diet until I was about 17....

No, The Social Dilemma, we won’t be deleting our social media accounts

by Emma Jean, Staff Writer A couple of weeks ago, I settled into watching The Social Dilemma in the name of a family movie night....

Land acknowledgements should reflect actionable commitment by settlers

by Serena Bains, Staff Writer Land acknowledgements have become more commonly recited in recent years, with many meetings, classes, and emails including whose unceded lands...

Why white poppies are a good addition to your Remembrance Day

by Meera Eragoda, Arts & Culture Editor If you pay even the slightest bit of attention to Remembrance Day every year, you will have noticed...

The Bright-er Side: A shoutout to stuck-at-home parental figures and guardians

by Juztin Bello, Copy Editor The other day I was in my “office” (my bedroom) getting some work done. I hadn’t realized that time had...

Myths about veganism shouldn’t stop people from choosing it

by Naaz Sekhon, SFU Student I remember when my sister surprised my entire family with the news that she was going vegan. As is typical...

What Grinds Our Gears: Courses meant for online learning shouldn’t be as disorganized as...

by Paige Riding, Humour Editor Distance education courses — not to be confused with the shitshow in-person classes now taught online — are intended to...