Author's Articles

A sobering amendment

New impaired driving laws subject students, racialized folks to excessive police powers

20 January, 2019
Checking in with the Comment columnists

The section’s regular writers briefly reflect on the fall 2018 semester and what’s yet to come in the spring 2019 semester

9 January, 2019
Decolonizing by the pen and tongue

Language representation in postsecondary education must prioritize Indigenous peoples

2 December, 2018
Checking men out — of power

Analyzing women’s place in politics following scandals around U of T alumni Tony Clement and Jim Wilson

19 November, 2018
Cracking the illusion of Canadian progressiveness

Canada as a nation of liberal politics is an empty idea in the face of recent political turns toward conservatism

14 October, 2018
Conceptualizing inaccessibility on campus

In the context of the recent OHRC policy on accessible education, it is necessary to examine how ableism still persists in universities

23 September, 2018
Ford’s forcing of ‘free speech’ inhibits freedom

The PC government’s tying of postsecondary funding to free speech on campuses is an ironically coercive tactic that reflects antipathy toward critics of oppression

9 September, 2018
Letter to the Editor: Let’s not oversimplify addiction

Re: My addictive personality

30 October, 2017
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Meera Ulysses