Author's Articles

“The university works because we do”

Postsecondary instructors should not have to endure precarious employment

25 November, 2018
Putting colour in print

A growing anti-press climate should not preclude critical self-reflection on race in the newsroom

11 November, 2018
UTSU AGM 2018: Where’s the spirit of union democracy?

The failure to maintain quorum points to a disengaged student electorate and stains the night’s otherwise progressive motions

8 November, 2018
Reconciliation must mean action, not words

U of T must implement tangible changes to campus space and curriculum to better reflect our Indigenous communities

29 October, 2018
A gateway policy — not a ‘gateway drug’

The legalization approach for cannabis should be extended to all drugs

14 October, 2018
To not publish, sometimes, is the highest form of journalism

The publication of Jian Ghomeshi’s essay points to an urgent need for media organizations to recognize the relationship between platform, voice, and power

23 September, 2018
Doug Ford, stop trying to be the Premier of Toronto

Ford’s first months in office culminate in an assault on Toronto city politics, reflecting a faux populism that threatens Ontario’s most vulnerable

17 September, 2018
Restoring the 1998 sex ed curriculum makes little sense in 2018

The Ontario PC government’s decision to scrap the 2015 curriculum undermines youth education on crucial topics like identity, consent, and the digital world

18 August, 2018
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