Call it a paradox, call it an oxymoron, call it nonsensical or downright stupid—the words contained herein will opine on the folly of opinions, particularly those vehemently guarded. As almost-adults grasping desperately in those always-awkward adolescent years for some semblance of an individualized identity, the safety in the inspiring imperativeContinue Reading

Something that runs rampant in our generation is “slacktivism.” Slacktivism, according to Urban Dictionary, is “the act of participating in obviously pointless activities as an expedient alternative to actually expending effort to fix a problem.” Students are quick to sign a petition or buy a t-shirt that supports an organization,Continue Reading

  A Concordia student has gone public about her plans for a t-shirt campaign during National Coming Out Week to counter what she views as the majority student body attitude towards homosexuality. This issue exploded a few weeks ago when Facebook notes and blog posts written by senior Rebecca JuliusContinue Reading