Sunsets of Unfailing Light

Sunsets of Unfailing Light

Photo Credit: Wikipedia How the Light of Christmas can help us sort through darkness in our daily lives Marcella van...
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Imposter Syndrome and the Art of “Faking It ‘til You Make It”

Photo Credit: networkingnerd.net Investigating why high-achieving students still feel inadequate Taylor Medeiros, Features Editor Approximately 70% of people have suffered...
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Ford’s Student Choice Initiative Struck Down by Ontario Divisional Court

Photo Credit: Global News YFS, CFS-O, UTGSU win legal challenge against the student choice initiative Chiara Greco, News Editor  On...
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Why Hearing the Graphic Details is Important

Photo Credit: Mihai Surdu Anecdotes of experiences with sexual misconduct before and during the #MeToo era  Chiara Brum Bozzi, Opinion...
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A Closer Look at ‘#MeToo and the Media’

Photo Credit: Aloysius Wong A conversation with Jessica Johnson and Anne Kingston  Isabel Armiento, Editor-in-Chief  When Jessica Johnson, Executive Editor...
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Imitation is The Highest Form of Flattery — Or Is It?

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Meet the “Neo” President

Meet the “Neo” President

Photo Credit: Neo Yin A quick look into the life of this year's SMCSU President Sharon Lee, Associate Features Editor...
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The Perfect Horror Movie for Your Academic Program

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Like, Subscribe, and Comment

Like, Subscribe, and Comment

Photo Credit: Maddi Bazzocco How influencers are affecting our individuality Nikki Chawla, Associate Opinion Editor With her artfully rumpled oversized...
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Kelly Library Celebrates 50 Years

Kelly Library Celebrates 50 Years

Photo Credit: Andrew Roberts, The Mike Photographer The USMC community and alumni gather to support the library at this event ...
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