The defacement of Immanuel Kant’s home in the Russian enclave Kaliningrad recently captured international headlines. But the vandalism of historically important structures and monuments...

Positive discrimination and shaming cannot address the problems of racism and sexism Racism, sexism, and discrimination are appalling and we, as a society, should try...

A look at a common trend in entertainment If you’ve watched the trailer for the upcoming Fantastic Four movie then you may have noticed that...

I’ve learned a lot in my time at Memorial with 150 credit hours, leadership roles in four different student groups, and friendships established with...

People in Newfoundland love to travel in spring because, with our wonky weather during the supposed spring months, we have no idea what the...

With oil prices down and the deficit enlarged, is it time to re-evaluate public spending? Last year, the provincial government based its budgetary projections on...

As the school environment has become increasingly stressful for students who are forced to balance academics, work, extracurricular activities, and their personal lives, mental...

Students looking for a meal at MUN face a health-cheap trade-off Recently, I woke up late for school, threw together an outfit, packed my books,...

The past couple of weeks have witnessed a massive uproar among students against Aramark, the provider of food service in MUN’s dining hall. Complaints...

Are video games art? It’s a question that players have been asking since the advent of games more advanced than two vertical lines and...