Wednesday, July 26, 2023
I was always an anxious person but being locked inside all day sleeping made my anxiety skyrocket
By Jack Drummond Depending on what student you ask you may hear that COVID-19 was a benefit to them and their studies while others may claim it was a negative through and through. I sit somewhere in the middle of this spectrum and assume most other students do as well. COVID impacted everyone in...
Sunday, February 21, 2021
[Millennials’ Voices] Bread and butter, but at what cost? – A glimpse into the Indian farmers’ protest movement
By Keya Shirali At the time I began synthesizing my research for writing up this article about some of the media attention and government retaliation the Indian farmers’ protest movement has garnered, it was still mid-December 2020. Now in the midst of February 2021, there has been an influx of rapidly developing information and...
Monday, November 16, 2020
“COVID-19 has removed the national boundaries: No matter if you are Chinese or Canadian, the virus treats everyone equally”
By Rui Wang Since the coronavirus hit Canada, the education system is experiencing a large-scale transformation, from in-class to online learning. COVID-19 has also transformed the student experience, from how we play, to how we learn. Everyone is forced to keep social distance by self-isolating at home. As the university closed the physical...