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How can the middle east and the world challenge ISIS’ ambitions?

How can the middle east and the world challenge ISIS’ ambitions?

Caliphate building group has complex origins, and can’t be met with too simple a solution Read More »
SEP 27, 2014 | BY MISARA ELGAMMAL
The Necessity of UofT’s First Gender Neutral Self-Defence Workshop

The Necessity of UofT’s First Gender Neutral Self-Defence Workshop

The Newspaper speaks with Sifu Ali Siadatan to discuss why Wu Xing Martial Arts chose to collaborate on UofT’s groundbreaking new event and how learning martial arts can help eliminate stress during the school year. Read More »
SEP 22, 2014 | BY MELISSA VINCENT
Why Scottish independence deserves our sympathy

Why Scottish independence deserves our sympathy

Forget the charter of values, this is what separatism should look like Read More »
MAY 24, 2014 | BY ZACH MORGENSTERN
The National Post should not be leading a discussion on student democracy

The National Post should not be leading a discussion on student democracy

UTSU critics have forgone thoughts about political allegiances to make an article go viral Read More »
MAY 08, 2014 | BY ZACH MORGENSTERN
Daffodil Month: a time for remembrance, unless your grief doesn't fit the narrative
“This is My Prison Date:” the story of an Eritrean refugee in Israel

“This is My Prison Date:” the story of an Eritrean refugee in Israel

Claire Nelson recently interviewed Tesfay Ghebremedhin. She tells his story and explains the plight he and his fellow Eritrean refugees face in Israel. Read More »
MAR 04, 2014 | BY CLAIRE NIELSEN
Qatar uses slaves to build FIFA 2022 World Cup facilities

Qatar uses slaves to build FIFA 2022 World Cup facilities

Migrant workers are misled into facing abhorrent conditions in this gulf monarchy. Read More »
MAR 03, 2014 | BY PETR LIAKHOV
Venezuela: Who’s the bully?

Venezuela: Who’s the bully?

The western response to Venezuela's recent turmoil has been plagued with cultural amnesia. Read More »
FEB 23, 2014 | BY ZACH MORGENSTERN
Debate: Is Stephen Harper’s rhetorical solidarity with Israel justified?

Debate: Is Stephen Harper’s rhetorical solidarity with Israel justified?

Stephen Harper has long asserted his support for Israel. He recently became the first Canadian Prime Minister to speak before the Israeli Knesset (parliament). Harper’s strong statements of solidarity with Israel and harsh criticism of Israel’s o.. Read More »
FEB 11, 2014 | BY CHARLES LAMY, JONAS BECKER
A rough guide to the evolution of sex

A rough guide to the evolution of sex

To this day, evolutionary biologists are trying to understand why evolution would favour the seemingly inconvenient process of sex, when asexual reproduction allows for organisms to reproduce without the trouble of finding a mate Read More »
FEB 06, 2014 | BY ZACH MORGENSTERN
 
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