Power, Love, and the Importance of Understanding Intersectional Feminism: Reflecting on The Women’s March

KIMYA MANOUCHEHRI

Living in Canada in 2017 means that, although our country isn’t being led by a man who spends most of his time angrily spewing his egocentrism, lies, and hatred to the world through his twitter account, our next door neighbours are. Continue reading “Power, Love, and the Importance of Understanding Intersectional Feminism: Reflecting on The Women’s March”

A Note on Boxing Day

LEENA PATEL Every year around this time, the malls are bustling with huge crowds scrambling to find last minute Christmas gifts for their family and friends. And every year around this time, I avoid the malls at all costs. Yes, I still do my Christmas shopping, but I tend to have it all finished before December even begins. The busy stores, the messy shelves, and … Continue reading A Note on Boxing Day