It’s only when I find myself questioning whether or not I’ve already read an article some weeks before—or one very much like it—that I know I might be looking at something real (or plagiarized). Continue reading Leighton Zink: Choosing The Right Fight
With both feet in the new year we highlight some of the bests from 2015. Continue reading A Look Back at Entertainment from 2015
With greenhouse emissions continuing to rise and ice sheets continuing to disappear, it is no wonder the world is facing such extreme levels of climate change. Continue reading Viking Polls: Climate Change
If you don’t have a car and have needed to use public transit to get around Kitchener-Waterloo (KW), you will know it’s a long process, depending on where you need to get to, and after a couple transfers you might still end up … Continue reading More Than a Question of Cost: Uber vs Taxi
Being a counselor is a really fun way to spend the summer, and the skills gained from this experience are incredibly useful for your next job and your everyday life. Continue reading Top 5 Reasons to be a Camp Counsellor
One of my teammates is slowly becoming a math professor, since he has been teaching himself university level math lessons every time he misses a day. Continue reading A Balancing Act: Time On and Off the Ice
With the anticipation of the new movie, looking back the Star Wars characters taught me a lot about life. Hopefully they did for you, too. Continue reading 6 Things Star Wars Can Teach You About Life
To keep spirits high, here are eight fun ideas the whole family can do over the holidays. Continue reading 8 Family Activities for the Holiday Break
Christmas, to me, has nothing to do with Christianity. It barely has anything to do with Santa Clause, either. Continue reading The “War on Christmas” from a Non-Christian Perspective
In comparison with Canada, Sweden, with a population of 9.5 million and its total of 78,000 refugees, is proportionally taking on approximately 11 times more refugees than Canada. Continue reading Is Canada Doing Enough?
With differing opinions on the Light Rail Transit system, we have decided to show both sides of the controversy on the matter from our perspectives. Continue reading WCI Poll: Taking a Closer Look at the Tracks
Since childhood, my desperate attempts to have a “perfect” body changed just as rapidly as the images in the media did. Continue reading Body Image: Healthy or Manipulated?
There’s no use complaining, so might as well suit up in your fifth-year sweats and make the most of it. Continue reading Leighton Zink: Keeping a Fifth Year Fresh
Social studies always seemed like an afterthought in elementary school. It often ended with us doing textbook work or colouring in a map because the teachers seemed handcuffed to a curriculum that prioritized spending the extra couple minutes on a math lesson or practicing for the next big CASI test. Continue reading A Hidden Gem at WCI
It is a time of mourning and sadness for the loss of innocent lives this weekend, but also a indication that we need to look forward, towards building a world free from fear. Continue reading A World Free from Fear