nationalism

Graphic of coronavirus molecule

Wuhan: (who will be) the next scapegoat?

As the death toll and number of infections of coronavirus rise, instead of cooperative solidarity, those who receive rising racist sentiments experience further isolation.

A critical look at Canada 150

Identity is oftentimes very personal. While we are influenced by our families and friends, no one else can decide how we identify. In all likelihood, you walk past hundreds of…

A reflection on Rio 2016, and why all that glitters is not gold

From the provincial housing crisis to near-weekly terror attacks, 2016 has felt like an apocalyptic year. But for the next couple of weeks, the impending doom of our world will…

EDITORIAL: It’s better to break walls than build them up

On June 23, the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union in the Brexit referendum, a landmark decision that sent shockwaves throughout the world, and has left an entire…