Articles by: Sahar Khan

Illustration by Melissa Oro

EDITORIAL: Graduating and jobless

As the semester comes to an end, the clock is ticking on most of our undergraduate journeys. The day when we can throw our caps in the air and say goodbye to student life and say hello to bills, paying back student loans, and working full time. As students, we equate graduating with achieving nirvana; a place without suffering and […]

by Sahar Khan· · Editorial, Opinion
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EDITORIAL: Entering adulthood

Most fourth-year students are ending their undergraduate journey in less than two weeks. Some students will pursue a post-graduate education while others won’t. And for those who are not, the thought of possibly never going to school again can be daunting. Since we were four years old, we’ve been students. That’s 18 years of our lives dedicated towards learning, testing […]

by Sahar Khan· · Editorial, Opinion
Photo by Ben Singer

EDITORIAL: Whose lives are we really marching for?

Millions of students, teachers and civilians marched this past weekend in Washington, D.C., to commemorate the 17 students who lost their lives in the Parkland, Fla., school shooting last month. March for Our Lives was held not only to honour the lives lost, but also to demand gun control. Toronto hosted a march of its own on March 24 in […]

by Sahar Khan· · Editorial, Opinion
Photo by Sahar Khan

VOICES: Why Qatar should be on everyone’s bucket list

When I was 17 years old, my big sister made a life-changing decision to move across the globe to Qatar, a small country in the Middle East. Many people experience falling in love with countries like France or Italy and take trips back there any chance they can get—but for me, it is this small, humble country called Qatar that […]

by Sahar Khan· · Opinion, Voices
Illustration by Melissa Oro

EDITORIAL: DriveHer to safety

As students we’ve all taken an Uber to get to one place or another. Whether we are running late to class, going to work, or partying downtown, it’s become the go-to mode of transportation when we can’t rely on the TTC. Which is often.   However, many of us, especially us women, have felt uncomfortable in an Uber. Ubering as […]

by Sahar Khan· · Editorial, Opinion
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