Education inflation deflates job market

By: Megan DeLaire Students are pressured as early as grade school to choose the path they will follow for the rest of their academic careers. The options are few but very different: the university way, and the college way. There is a mentality in Canada that a positive...

Wrestling belongs in the 2020 Olympics

By: Tyler Dubreuil Let’s talk about one of the oldest sports in the world. No, not hockey, not track and field- wrestling. One of the worlds oldest, most classic sport; a pure sport, needing no equipment just two strong willed athletes. The idea of competition cannot be...

We were sold a lie

By: Michelle Ferguson   Plagued with a youth unemployment rate of 15 per cent, one of the highest in the world, young Canadians have been dubbed generation jobless. The new underclass. The lost generation. Sold on the promise that we would get better, higher paying jobs if we...

I’ve got 99 problems but Presto ain’t one

By: Steven Chmielash After hearing about all the delays and problems associated with the new Presto cards, I bet you were reluctant to get a card when OC Transpo decided to roll out 10,000 of them in January? I couldn’t say the same thing. I was actually eager to get the new...

Intro to clubs 101

By: Stephen Sedgwick-Williams So you want to start a club, host events and hang out with people who share your interests. You get a sheet, get 10 names and you’re gold! Well hold on bucko, it’s not quite that easy. I helped found the Algonquin Gamers Society after...

Schooling sports and grades

By: Aaraksh Siwakoti  The clock reads 6:30 a.m. on Friday morning as Alix Burkart wakes up for her long day ahead. A pre-health student, Burkart not only has class to look forward to today but also a varsity volleyball game. To prepare herself mentally and physically before...
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