Articles by: Michelle Song

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VOICES: Defining my cultural identity

When I was in Grade 2, I became a Canadian citizen. At the time, I didn’t really understand what that meant. I was just excited to take a day off of school to go to a ceremony. My parents tried explaining to me what becoming a citizen meant, but as a seven-year-old I definitely couldn’t grasp the nuances of being […]

by Michelle Song· · Opinion, Voices
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Is Ryerson equipped to host a conference addressing white privilege?

For RTA student and Racialized Student Collective coordinator Ashley Singh, finding a professor with whom she could identify with is rare. Singh said she has only been taught by only one fellow Indo-Caribbean professor, and it was when she took a Caribbean studies course. As a racialized student at Ryerson University, Singh said that she often sees her peers educating […]

by Michelle Song· · Features
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