Author's Articles

Putting trauma in print

As sexual assault allegations continue to surface in the media, journalists must critically examine their responsibilities as storytellers and public informants

20 November, 2017
Wilful blindness to Peterson’s antics verges on impunity

The erratic professor has incited harassment, threatened students, and vilified faculty — all while the university stands idle

11 November, 2017
A quarter-million-dollar thought experiment

The secrecy surrounding the UTSU’s settlement with Sandra Hudson makes it difficult to take an informed stance on the lawsuit’s conclusion

22 October, 2017
Allegations against Trinity are enough to give us pause

An investigation into the college’s Dean’s office is a necessary step in the face of mounting allegations

15 October, 2017
Athens is burning at St. Michael’s College

The administration’s involvement in SMCSU’s ‘re-imagining’ raises serious concerns about student democracy

1 October, 2017
Students are residents, too

When discussing municipal issues that affect residents and the community, students should be included in the dialogue

25 September, 2017
Protecting fair dealing in education

Access Copyright’s lawsuit against York University will have far-reaching effects for
students across Canada

11 September, 2017
Condemning hatred in Charlottesville is just the beginning

Media organizations and educational institutions must avoid equivocation when encountering white supremacy

28 August, 2017
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