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Black History and Diversity at Acadia

Now that Black History Month is officially upon us, it’s time that we hear conversations on the importance of diversity. It makes sense considering Black voices are at...

A Two-Way Mirror to our Future

Remember way back in your childhood when you couldn’t use the phone and the painfully slow dial up internet at the same time? What about those super boxy looking gas...

ASU President: Identity Policy, GPA Scale, Fall Break Updated

Good morning, I hope everyone is enjoying a smooth start to the Winter...

An Economist’s Look at Tipping

Most of you reading this are likely familiar with the concept of tipping, but...

Senator Donald Oliver ‘60: We Still Need a Black History Month

Some valley thoughts on Black History month. Black History Month in Canada...

A Union for Whom?

Growing up, I learned that trust and respect are both earned; that those in...

Opinion: Do or Die for Cheaton Cup?

Cheaton Cup, an event originally started as both a charitable event and as a...

2020: It’s going to be odd, long, and painful

At this moment we are just over a year away from the Iowa Democratic Caucus,...

An Economist’s Look at Christmas

T’is the season for neoclassical and Keynesian economists to find one more...

Opinion: Embrace the Campus Master Plan within Acadia 2025

The Acadia 2025 ideabook released just under a month ago contains numerous...