Opinion

OPINION: The struggle of paying to work

OPINION: The struggle of paying to work

The conversation often starts with a friend asking me why I work so much. They’re asking simply because they care about me and can’t stand to see me work seven days a week, running on five hours of sleep. I remind myself that this is just temporary, only a few months to go. I double up on my under-eye concealer […]

by Zeinab Saidoun· · Opinion
EDITORIAL: Election season: poster pollution and voter apathy

EDITORIAL: Election season: poster pollution and voter apathy

By Chelsea Lecce It’s that time of year again, when the hallways of our campus are victim to poster pollution, and student drama breezes through. The Ryerson Students’ Union elections are here, and whether you’re a freshman or a senior, we predict that most of you couldn’t care less.   Student politics are like family relatives that pop up only […]

by Chelsea Lecce· · Editorial, Opinion
OPINION: Putting a price on love

OPINION: Putting a price on love

I love Valentine’s Day. I get this warm feeling inside when I think of heart-shaped chocolates, fresh roses, and seeing couples showing their love for each other. But like a wedding or prom, it could be an expensive day, and seems to imply big and beautiful expectations, which supersede reality. You’re supposed to find rose petals at your feet when […]

by Amanda Woodrow· · Opinion
Editorial Cartoon: Happy Hump Day

Editorial Cartoon: Happy Hump Day

by Sawyer Bogdan· · Editorial Cartoon, Opinion
VOICES: I found my fantasyland on the ice

VOICES: I found my fantasyland on the ice

Joannie Rochette, Nancy Kerrigan, Kristi Yamaguchi, Tessa Virtue; I wish I could add my name to the list of figure skaters who made it to the Olympics. I was only four years old when my feet were laced up into white boots with thin razor sharp blades to stand on. My nose was runny, my hands were numb, but my […]

by Chelsea Lecce· · Opinion, Voices
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