Opinion

Can the financial system work for our environment?

  Coinciding with the opening of the 74th session of the General Assembly in New York, millions of protesters have taken to the streets to demand meaningful climate change action; all boosted by the figure of Greta Thunberg, the 16-year old activist that has...

Impeachment: Complicated, Risky, but Necessary

In weeks past the President of the United States has been a centerpiece of global news coverage for a call with Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky; Trump ‘asked’ the Ukrainian head to conduct an investigation into Joe Biden’s (potential Democratic nominee) son and his business connections to the eastern European state.

Victory in spite of uncertainty: The 2019 Canadian Election

In about two weeks, Canadian citizens will head to the polls to what is believed to be one of the most contentious elections in recent times.

FARC Through a Columbian’s Eyes – An Exclusive Interview

August 26, 2016. A peace treaty between the FARC (Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia) and the Columbian government was reached after 4 years of intense negotiation, concluding the decades of political turmoil in the country. Euphoria was spread all across the...

Studying, stress, and sleep: Re-evaulating how we learn

In the most fun classes I’ve had in my life, we had very difficult and stressful tests every two weeks, all of which counted the same for the final grade, and each had the same grade as the final exam. Doesn’t this sound beautiful? To make it sound even nicer, I...