Author's Articles

UTSU resignations trigger questions of democracy

Internal replacement procedures and mixed justifications for absences warrant keeping an eye on this issue going forward

29 January, 2018
Playing favourites with finances apparently not a concern at the TCM

Voting down a motion to preserve impartiality in clubs funding was a disappointing move

14 January, 2018
Roadmapping our new year’s resolutions

An overview of The Varsity’s main projects and priorities for 2018

7 January, 2018
There’s no such thing as unbiased reporting

Relying on elusive standards of journalistic ‘objectivity’ is misleading, and it is in our best interest to adopt more attainable ideals

3 December, 2017
Back to work, but for how long?

While it facilitated students’ return to classrooms, the Ontario government’s response to the college strike was an unsatisfactory approach to resolving the labour dispute

27 November, 2017
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
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