Rational choice theorists say in some cases, it’s irrational to vote and it’s irrational to keep up to date on policy and legislative issues....

I am begging of you, fellow students, please don’t make us have to cover a non-contested election again. Last year, four of the five...

Somehow, already, the midterm break is upon us. Is it just me or does the Winter semester go much faster than the Fall semester,...

There has been no better month in Newfoundland history to work in journalism. Okay, I’m exaggerating, but this is a column and not a...

It would appear that we are finally through the worst of #DarkNL—knock on wood. Unfortunately, between all the storms and blackouts, many organizations were...

Last week, I talked about how myself and five other members of the Muse were headed to a national student journalism conference in Edmonton....

Before we all took a break for the holiday season, the Muse had numerous fundraisers in order to send Muse staff to a national...

Time flies when you’re having fun, and here at the Muse we find ourselves producing the last print issue of the semester. That means...

“Well, everyone I know thinks the same way. How could you think so differently?” The false consensus effect is a funny thing. It’s the tendency...

During my tenure as Editor-in-Chief at the Muse, you have probably seen me write at least six different articles about how easy it is...