University Campuses are the place to be Politically Incorrect

How an obsession with political correctness is narrowing our education By: Brady Coyle, Staff Writer With the looming inauguration of President-elect Trump, radical thought and unconventional thinking are rapidly becoming vilified. While the White House is a terrifying place for an irrational, thin-skinned man with Read More …

Why Donald Trumps Election, Inauguration Should Not Be a Surprise

While stunning many at first, the republican president-elect’s victory is not as shocking as it first appeared By: Brady Coyle, Staff Writer After the results of the American presidential election on November 8th, many, including myself, were stunned. President-elect Trump was not a notion for Read More …

American applications to Canadian universities skyrocket after presidential election

U.S. students look for a way out after Trump’s unexpected win causes uncertainty. Ashley Aalto, Staff Writer With President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration into the White House now in eyesight, many Americans are becoming increasingly anxious at the thought of the possible changes that may occur Read More …

Administrative Segregation: A Grey Area in Canada’s Correctional Facilities

By: Sam Mathers, News Editor The controversy surrounding solitary confinement – or as it is referred to in corrections, disciplinary and administrative segregation – has long been making headlines in Canada. Just a few months ago, we heard of Adam Capay, a 24-year-old man who Read More …