Author's Articles

UTSU AGM 2018: Doing better, but must improve participation

The UTSU is correct on finance, slates, and the UTMSU split, but student involvement remains an obstacle

4 November, 2018
The student responsibility for reconciliation

To create a more inclusive university for Indigenous students, student government must hold the administration accountable and take initiative on its own

28 October, 2018
Ford’s handling of Toronto city politics, while reckless, is justified

The premier’s determination reflects a new approach to governance which should not be prematurely dismissed

23 September, 2018
Understanding racism is as important as calling it out

Re: “Campus publications denounce white supremacy in wake of Charlottesville”

18 September, 2017
How to move forward from the SMCSU financial investigation

The student government’s activities are of great concern to students, and students should have a say in how its conflicts are resolved

6 April, 2017
Are standardized tests good?

Two contributors weigh the merits
of standardized evaluations

19 March, 2017
A need for follow-through

The 2017 UTSU Executive Candidates Debate reflected important goals that must be supplemented by more thorough planning

12 March, 2017
Should more young people run for office?

Zach Rosen and Sam Routley weigh the merits of political candidates who have yet to find their first grey hairs

5 February, 2017
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