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    Bits and Pieces: My Latest Creative Project

    October 26th, 2022     by Ruby Condon     Comments

    “At the start of last school year, I felt entirely made of bits and pieces—stray rubble held together by the excitement of what the year had to offer but kept fractured by the inherent doubt of my own capabilities. If I’m being honest, I’ve felt pretty lost since going away to college, but I think that is because I am discovering a “me” I have never known; all my creative energy is going into creating her.” READ MORE

  • Carless in North America: Pandemic Edition

    October 17th, 2022     by Denise Reich     Comments

    Illustration by Marlee Jennings “Just come by and pick it up.” “Curbside delivery.” “Just wait in your car.” How many times have you heard those phrases over the past two and a half years? A lot? So have I. In North America, it’s assumed that everyone has easy access to a vehicle. Being without a car in Canada or the USA puts you at a distinct disadvantage, and this has only been magnified during the COVID-19 pandemic. I … READ MORE

  • Diet culture has no place in blood donation campaigns

    September 21st, 2022     by Katherine Gladhart-Hayes     Comments

    Illustration by Marlee Jennings As the Omicron surge took the world by storm last winter, the Red Cross declared a historic blood shortage in the U.S., and the internet was filled with pleas for donations. While donating blood is a great way communities can come together to save lives, the information available for people planning to donate is influenced by a culture that moralizes body size and food consumption. For example, blood donation campaigns encourage donors … READ MORE

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    How I learned to cope with my mental health in my South Asian family

    May 30th, 2022     by Naila Syed     Comments

    In many South Asian families, mental health is still considered taboo, with reputation and honour often taking precedence. It’s led to a dangerous culture of silence that stems from a lack of acceptance and understanding READ MORE

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    Issue 45 Out Now!

    May 28th, 2022     by Sheila Sampath     Comments

    Leading on READ MORE

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    We Need to Stop Buying from Brandy Melville: Here’s Why

    May 2nd, 2022     by Ruby Condon     Comments

    Ask anybody who came of age in the 2010s and they can describe to you the experience of being in a Brandy Melville store. That distinct, musky-yet-clean linen smell, the hangers wrapped in clothing scraps, the muted florals and lace trims, the feeling of inferiority to the workers. This was a time when the dominant aesthetic was the effortlessly beautiful and skinny, cut-off shorts and ugg-boot wearing Tumblr Girl. I remember scrolling through Tumblr with my … READ MORE

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    It’s Time For The Feminist Movement To Leave TERFs Behind

    March 2nd, 2022     by Eleni Vlahiotis     Comments

    Using feminism to justify anti-trans sentiment is nothing new — it’s been a tactic since the origin of radical feminism in the 1960s and 70s. What is new is the rise in platforming transphobic rhetoric in Canadian mainstream media. READ MORE

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    Whatever Happened to Ontario’s Sex Ed Curriculum? The Complete Timeline

    January 4th, 2022     by Hannah Maitland     Comments

    After a decade of ongoing controversy, what is the full story of sex education in Ontario? What kind of curriculum do we have now? And more importantly, how exactly have the affected students made their voices heard along the way? READ MORE

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    Issue 44 Out Now!

    December 18th, 2021     by Sheila Sampath     Comments

    Working at the pace of care READ MORE

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    Help! I can’t stop oversharing on Instagram

    October 21st, 2021     by Tina Makuto     Comments

    The first time I deactivated my Instagram was in December of 2020. It was the week after my 19th birthday. Ontario as a province was at the peak of COVID-19, we were in yet another lockdown/stay-at-home order, my dab pen was my bestie. READ MORE