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Author: Colin Mitchell

Colin Mitchell
Colin Mitchell is searching far and wide for the meaning of ‘covfefe’ as the News Editor for The Athenaeum this year. A third year Honours student in Politics from Vancouver, British Columbia, he’s also a firm believer in “see no bullsh*t, hear no bullsh*t, speak no bullsh*t”. That’ll be his focus: to bring important stories in our community to the News section especially in a time where the truth is under threat. That means writing about issues that matter and keeping those in power accountable. When he’s not searching the depths of the Internet for obscure words or keeping up with the world via Facebook, he’s still around: running Humans of Acadia and the Acadia Photographic Society, part of Acadia Model UN, formerly the ASU Arts Senator, and now as Student Board of Governors Representative. Here’s to hoping he finds what he’s looking for.

World Wide Web of Crime

The Internet is a wide and wonderful world where you can talk to anyone, be anyone, buy anything, or see any place with only the click of a button. But there is a...

Forty, Fertile, and Thriving

Older moms are the new normal. Maritimer Meagan Campbell highlights recent Statistics Canada findings that claim that "for the first time in recorded Canadian...

Reefspiracy

In a satirical article in Outside Magazine entitled, “Obituary: Great Barrier...

The Votes Are In

The people have spoken, the votes are in, and the ballots are counted. The 2016...

Grad School Problems

As I walked out of the sixth office I had been in that day, it finally dawned...

Human Trash

On September 19, 2016, activist Rob Greenfield ceased throwing his garbage...

Introducing the Candidates for Councillor of Wolfville

As promised in the previous issue, I would like to introduce you to the...

First American Presidential Debate 2016

The first US presidential debate took place on Monday evening of September...

Backlash Over Breed-Specific Legislation:

Four months after a brutal dog attack that claimed the life of a 55-year old...

What You Missed at Acadia

Though campus turns into a ghost town all summer, haunted by the few students...