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By Alexis Kuskevics The practice of criminal libel in Canada is an archaic law that the country should proceed in abolishing, as discussed during the Making Criticism A Crime panel … Continue reading Criminal Libel In Canada: Why Does It Still Exist?
On a Sunday morning, during the first-world battle of people preparing for the holiday season, I decided to take a break from my Christmas shopping and venture into the overly … Continue reading Why I’m Standing Up For Ivanka Trump
What is sex appeal? In current generation’s society, the idea of physical beauty and attractiveness is visualized as loose-clothed woman with blouses and accessories more expensive than our tuition. They live … Continue reading Why You Should Be Enjoying Your Workouts
If you’re my similar brand of human – a lazy, procrastinating young adult who’d rather binge-watch Netflix shows than focus on how to better my lifestyle – then I’m guessing 2016 … Continue reading 5 Ways To Empower Yourself In 2017
Indeed, I am a white, relatively privileged woman, and so my thoughts on the Black Lives Matter movement may not be of the upmost value. I do not share experiences … Continue reading The Thing With ‘Black Lives Matter’
2016: A tragic 12 month period in which people dabbed, plastered dog ears on them in order to appear thinner on Snapchat, and a once-infamous reality star became the president-elect of … Continue reading 2016 Year In Review: The Good, The Bad And The Deaths
Binge-watch: watching multiple episodes of a television program in rapid succession, typically by means of DVDs or digital streaming. January binge show of the month: Lemony Snicket’s A Series Of Unfortunate Events What it’s … Continue reading The Binge Diaries: January Edition