Every edition in Point/Counterpoint, you’ll hear from a proponent and an opponent of a relevant issue. This week, we debate arts funding—do our communities...

The United Nation likes to call the world a “global village." But one wonders: is it really? It’s 2016, and with advances in...

I say this without any exaggeration, hyperbole, and with all honesty: academic writing has provided examples of some of the worst, most asinine, and...

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...

Accepting more refugees would culturally and economically enrich Canadian communities The refugee crisis gained global momentum as a news story after images of a drowned...

November 6, 2017 By: Matthew Pond For those of you who are not aware, Spain is currently in the midst of a constitutional crisis which has...

A couple of weeks ago, I attended a third-year clarinet recital for my friend and co-worker, Aidan Saccary, at Memorial University’s Suncor Hall. Recitals...

October 9, 2017 By - Thomas Penney The recent shooting in Las Vegas has been met with the usual responses. They include, but are not limited...

I am a 30-year-old Arts student. If you look at my ID, my student number begins with 2006—meaning that I applied fresh out of...

We recently witnessed horrific events unfold in one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Paris. I begin this article by condemning these...