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The Montreal Massacre and Why We’re Still Talking About It

On December 6th, 1989, engineering students of École Polytechnique in Montreal were listening to a student presentation about heat transfer, when a man entered the room...

The Noodle Guy: A Living Wage, Feminism, and International Success

Steam covers the windows as the kitchen begins its daily cycle. The first pan of onions is caramelized and freshly baked bread puddings come out of the oven. Their...

Things That Should Have Been Curbed in 2016

1) The notion that “White Privilege” is offensive and racist towards...

Girls and Sex: An Overview of how Peggy Orenstein Navigates a Complicated Landscape

Some of us grew up in semi-liberal or liberal households. Some of us grew up in...

Girl Trouble

When asked about my interest in writing this opinion, the first thing I thought...

Social Etiquette and the “Dating Dilemma”

Here is an awkward social situation that I’ve personally encountered...

The Feminist Killjoy: Misconceptions

My journey with feminism has been long and complicated and has most definitely...

The Feminist Killjoy and a Narrative so Crucial to Today’s Culture

Recently, I have become uncomfortable with my comfortable existence. After...

WISE Acadia Celebrates Diversity in Computer Science

On Tuesday, October 18th, WISE (Women in Science and Engineering) Acadia...

Mysogynist Judge To Be a Judge No More?

Hot topics in today’s society, perhaps the hottest topics, are feminism and...